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Whitefish Pottery

Posted On March 3, 2014 0 Comments
Production Potter Wanted. Whitefish Pottery, a small production pottery located in northwest Montana, is currently seeking a full-time (4-5 days/week) Production Potter to make ‘piece work’. Position would start ASAP. Experience preferred; i.e., having worked in ‘piece work’ previously. Hiking, Fishing, Skiing, Glacier Nat’l Park! Questions? Call Tom at (406) 862-8211.

Phoenix Fired Art

Posted On February 18, 2014 0 Comments
Joplin, Missouri “The Joy of Drinking” (July 17- August 18, 2014) open to all drinking vessels, June 13, 2014 entry deadline. Juried from digital, fee: $25 for three entries. Contact: Heather Grills, Phoenix Fired Art,phoenixfiredart@gmail.com or (417) 437-9281 for prospectus and application.

Letter from the Editor March 2014

Posted On February 11, 2014 0 Comments

But in this issue, we’re introducing a new, once-in-a-while article format that focuses on those who have considerable legacies in our field, and discusses the impact of those legacies directly. In no particular order, and by no particular ranking, we are including Warren MacKenzie, John Mason, and Karen Karnes in this (let’s call it the kick off) issue. There are many individuals who we could, and will, be covering from this perspective, and we are of course open to your suggestions for who some of those folks might be. – Sherman Hall, editor.

Ceramics Monthly March 2014

Posted On February 11, 2014 0 Comments

In this issue, we’re introducing a new, once-in-a-while article format that focuses on those who have considerable legacies in our field, and discusses the impact of those legacies directly. In no particular order, and by no particular ranking, we are including Warren MacKenzie, John Mason, and Karen Karnes in this (let’s call it the kick off) issue. There are many individuals who we could, and will, be covering from this perspective, and we are of course open to your suggestions for who some of those folks might be. —Sherman Hall, Editor. 

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Sfclayworks

Posted On February 4, 2014 0 Comments
Julia Galloway-2 Day Demonstration Workshop at sfclayworks,  July 12 & 13, 2014.  $185 for non-members/ $165 for current sfcw members; includes lunch both days.  Artist reception Friday, July 11 at 6:30 pm;  free artist talk at 7:30 pm. Contact: sfclayworks/Galloway, 2240 Palou Ave., San Francisco, CA 94124. 415-647-2529; www.sfclayworks.com.

Baltimore Clayworks

Posted On January 30, 2014 0 Comments
WORKSHOPS at Baltimore Clayworks. BRYAN HOPKINS, Sat–Sun August 16 & 17, 2014. This workshop is filling fast but there are still some spaces available. Please visit www.baltimoreclayworks.org or call 410 578 1919 x10.  

Red Star Studios

Posted On January 23, 2014 0 Comments
SUMMER ONE-DAY HANDS-ON WORKSHOPS IN KANSAS CITY. Eight workshops, wide range of topics. Saturdays starting May 31. Fee $70 each. More information at www.redstarstudios.org or (816) 474-7316.

Red Deer College

Posted On January 21, 2014 0 Comments
Series Summer Arts School, July 7-August 1, 2014- Red Deer, AB, Canada. Series offers ceramics courses featuring world-renowned instructors: Vincent Massey, James Watkins, Sarah Jaeger, Jim Etzkorn, Rebecca Hutchinson, Shirley Rimer, Carol Gouthro and more. Additional courses in: painting, drawing, fibre arts, photography, sculpture, jewelry, metals and woodworking. All skill levels welcome. Catalogs available online… Read More »

Turk Hill Craft School

Posted On January 21, 2014 0 Comments
STRONG ARM CENTERING & OPENING TOOL- Make more pots, save your joints, use it to center and open 1-30 pounds of clay in seconds easily! This is the greatest tool for production potters, schools and studio potters. Create those big pots you have always imagined! Watch the video at www.marcspotterytools.com or call (585) 223-1930.

Letter from the Editor February 2014

Posted On January 13, 2014 0 Comments

In this issue, among our usual fare, we will talk about the approach to ceramic design some have taken, and look at the resulting work so you can make up your own mind. – Sherman Hall, editor.