Focus: Summer Workshops 2009
Our comprehensive listing of summer workshops in ceramics provides all manner of educational opportunities, vocational training and informational overload. Whether you’re looking for figurative or functional, high-fire or low-fire, you will find it here.
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As part of our Working Potter series, successful potter Paul Eshelman shares his approach to the handmade pottery business.
As part of our Working Potter series, successful potter Kathryn Finnerty shares her approach to the handmade pottery business.
Barbro Åberg’s abstract paper clay sculptures hint at ancient language, astronomy, and biology.
Focus: Community Education
Don’t miss the results from our ongoing survey of those involved in teaching the community. We asked about classes, facilities, challenges, events, demographics, equipment, and several other factors affecting small community clay organizations.We also report on how a small organization can have an impact beyond their own physical reach.
Results from our ongoing survey of those involved in
“spreading the word”—that word being clay.
Two potters with well-established careers and reputations have been collaborating for almost three decades. An exhibition, book and DVD celebrate this partnership.
How does a small nonprofit ceramic art center make a large impact on its field and its community? Collaboration.
The old adage that time equals money is especially true in any labor-intensive activity. Making pottery is certainly an endeavor that requires direct labor to produce pottery for sale. Handmade pottery by definition requires physical attention from the potter during many stages of the operation.