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 firstname.lastname@example.org or call Casey Giakas at (732)997-9049.
MASSIVE POTTERY SALE IS NOW CANCELLED, SORRY FOLKS. 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.
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 »
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; email@example.com; joebruhin.com.
1 each-Minnesota Flat Top Car KILN For Sale. This was designed and built in 1997 by Nils Lou and built with help. It has 2 huge burners now set up for propane. It is in a covered area. The car design is very easy to move in and out. The door is 24 inches wide;… Read More »
The September issue always feels a little bit like the first day of a new school year for me as we get back into the rhythm of the monthly magazine schedule. This year I feel that way even more so, as I step into my new role as editor.
—Jessica Knapp, Editor.
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The September issue always feels a little bit like the first day of a new school year for me as we get back into the rhythm of the monthly magazine schedule. This year I feel that way even more so, as I step into my new role as editor. Like Sherman, my experience in our field is as both a maker as well as an editor. It’s a privilege to come to work and research different artists, exhibitions, events, and technical topics in my chosen field. It’s also a great environment because I work with an editorial and production team made up of people who also have backgrounds in ceramics. –Jessica Knapp, editor.
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Wayne Art Center announces the 20th Anniversary of Craft Forms, an international juried exhibition of contemporary craft. December 5, 2014 – January 31, 2015. Internationally recognized as one of the highest museum-quality craft exhibitions featuring works in wood, clay, fiber, glass, metal, jewelry and mixed media. David R. McFadden and Bruce Pepich will jury for… Read More »
80 cu. ft. car kiln. Comes with 30 silicon carbide shelves, forced air burners, safety equipment, some posts, pyrometer, brick chimney, sprung arch, and cross draft for $10,000. Can send photos and more extensive description. Call Richard in Rockport, Maine at (207)236-8923 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
WORK WITH THE POTTERS OF NICARAGUA on a Potters for Peace Brigade, January 10-24, or February 14-28, 2015. Visit remote communities, share techniques, experience a beautiful country. www.pottersforpeace.org.