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B&G the Masiello Group

Posted On September 16, 2014 0 Comments
Multiple Studios & 3 Bdrm Home – Offering two, 40 ft. x 30 ft. floors of open work space, 320 sq.ft. kiln/work shed, 2 car detached garage with unfinished 2nd floor, and 40 ft. x 30 ft. dry basement with 7.5 ft. ceiling for additional storage/work space. The house has an updated kitchen/dining area with… Read More »

Northeast Ceramic Supply

Posted On September 15, 2014 0 Comments
Chandra DeBuse workshop-Collar City Clay Guild is presenting Chandra in a workshop February 6, 7, & 8, 2015.  View Chandra’s work at www.ChandraDeBuse.com.  Chandra will demo how she handles pots that are lively, amusing, & functional.  Location: Northeast Ceramic Supply/Monroe Clayworks, Troy, NY.  Cost: $200 prior to January 1, 2015; $250 after. Sign up and… Read More »

Northeast Ceramic Supply/Monroe Clayworks

Posted On September 12, 2014 0 Comments
Stephen Procter Workshop at Northeast Ceramic Supply/Monroe ClayWorks.  Now signing up for Jan 9, 10, &  11, 2015.  Throwing in Sections hands on weekend workshop.  View Steve’s work at Stephenprocter.com.  Making a large pot is more about strategy and patience then sheer strength.  Learn to make sectional pots with fail-proof tongue and groove joints we… Read More »

Letter from the Editor October 2014

Posted On September 9, 2014 0 Comments

I think that for most ceramic artists, some of this collected work reminds us of the maker, who is also a friend, mentor, or someone we’re inspired by (a.k.a. a ceramic crush). Some pieces are great for dinner parties, while others are our daily companions. As makers, I think we are so lucky to have this cross-over experience, of both understanding how something is created, and understanding the important role that handmade objects play. They make experiences and our environment special, they connect us to others, make us think, and inspire us in the studio.

–Jessica Knapp, editor.

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Ceramics Monthly October 2014

Posted On September 9, 2014 0 Comments

I think that for most ceramic artists, some of this collected work reminds us of the maker, who is also a friend, mentor, or someone we’re inspired by (a.k.a. a ceramic crush). Some pieces are great for dinner parties, while others are our daily companions. As makers, I think we are so lucky to have this cross-over experience, of both understanding how something is created, and understanding the important role that handmade objects play. They make experiences and our environment special, they connect us to others, make us think, and inspire us in the studio.–Jessica Knapp, editor.

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Clinton Arts Center

Posted On September 8, 2014 0 Comments
Seeking Ceramic instructors for the Clinton Arts Center.  The center is a new non-profit located in the Village of Clinton, Michigan between Ann Arbor, Jackson and Adrian.  The scheduled opening is October, 2014. We are in the process of setting up clay classes for January 2015.  There are opportunities for alternative firings with clay. The… Read More »

Gail Van de Bogurt

Posted On August 28, 2014 0 Comments
Virgin Islands Winter 2015 Leah Leitson ‘Responding to Touch: Thrown and altered Porcelain’  January 4-11, 2015. Hands-on workshop focusing on form and surface of freshly thrown pots. Cone 10 firing in a Waste Vegetable Oil  kiln. For information or to register, email potteryinparadise@gmail.com  or call Casey Giakas at  (732)997-9049.

Tom Turner

Posted On August 22, 2014 0 Comments
MASSIVE POTTERY SALE. Oct 18th and 19th. Nineteenth and Twentieth century pottery along with Sung, Ming, and Ching Dynasty Asian pots. Other antiques, books, chemicals, and equipment. 100′s of pots to choose from and lots of mark downs. Tom Turner (828)606-0416. www.tomturnerporcelain.com, www.tomturnergallery.com.

Sedberry Pottery

Posted On August 21, 2014 0 Comments
Ken Sedberry Pottery- Property for Sale! 100+ year old NC Farmhouse w/ 3 bdrms, office, 2 baths, family/sun room, open kitchen/dining room, living room, great, covered, front porch. Hardwood floors. Pottery Studio – 900 sq. ft. w/ loft.  Large kiln shed with two-chambered, wood-fired, kiln (recently refurbished). 2-story outbuilding with efficiency apt (great for rental… Read More »

Bruhin Studios

Posted On August 15, 2014 0 Comments
Excellent opportunity for exploring wood firing in a natural Ozark forest setting. Studio assistant desired in exchange for room, board, small stipend, studio space and kiln space —anagama, noborigama.  Anyone interested in assisting with the November anagama firing contact me.For details, Joe Bruhin, (870)363-4264; joebruhin@gmail.com; joebruhin.com.