Olympic 3027HE Oval Electric Kiln. 240 volt, phase 1, 80 amps, cone 10, watt 19200. Great condition, breaker boxes and shelving; $1500.00. Olympic 2327G Gas Kiln. Cone 10, weather worn, new shelving; $350.00. Call Sean (614) 264-5356. Located Columbus, Ohio.
General Manager Position for Brickyard Ceramics and Crafts in Indianapolis, IN. The retail/wholesale location associated with the American Art Clay Company is seeking a full time person with a minimum of three years of ceramic and managerial experience. For more information and to submit resumes contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
2014 California Clay Competition April 25 – May 23, 2014. Due: Feb. 11, 2014. Juror: Don Fritz. CA Residents only; Clay – functional and sculptural. Fee: $15 per entry. Prospectus: www.theartery.net. Artery.email@example.com.
DaVinci T3445 5-Ring Kiln. Currently hooked up with only two rings and easy hinge lift lid. 240V, 3-Phase, 119.9 amps for total 5 ring assembly. Also works well for glass slumping. Kiln is a ten years and only fired about ten times! It’s in fantastic shape. $4800 firm. Call Natalie for photos. (401) 339-5444; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Head of Ceramics, Assistant Professor, at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, Department of Art and Design, Edwardsville, IL. To view a complete job description visit www.siue.edu/employment/employmentopportunities/cas/FY14-27.shtml.
Bailey De-airing Pugmill Mixer MXP-50 in excellent condition. Asking $4200. Located in Rhinebeck, NY. (845) 876-3190; email@example.com.
Skutt KM 1027 Digital 1-phase Kiln, Cone 10, max 240 volts, near perfect condition. Includes safety lid lifter, Orton Ventmaster, 8 half shelves, one full shelf. Fired under 50x; minimal wear. Bluebird Pug Mill, 440 1-phase 115 volts, with speedaire vacuum pump. Delivery possible. Each Item $1800. Photos available. Outside Boston; prices are flexible. EMAIL… Read More »
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Artists Housing Community forming in Louisville, Boulder County, Colorado. Urban cohousing with art studios and gallery. To get involved join online community: meetup.com/Artists-Housing-Community; Emilie.firstname.lastname@example.org.
The best possible outcome in seeing these half-finished projects is that we rediscover something we could not understand at the time, but now have the necessary tools or insight to complete, and so a reinvigorating adventure begins. Of course, you or I may not have those insights or tools, but hopefully in these cases we’re wise enough to think hard before just disregarding something that was previously discounted or relegated to the status of one-time diversion.—Sherman Hall, editor.
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