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Ceramics Monthly




Letter from the Editor June/July/August 2014

Posted On May 12, 2014 0 Comments

Being the editor of Ceramics Monthly has become a significant part of my personal identity, and stepping away from that will introduce a bit of uncertainty into my life. Luckily, I’m not actually leaving the building, and I’ll get to continue to work with all of the same incredible people who make this magazine (and everything else we do here) happen on a daily basis. I have no doubt the magazine will be in good hands, because one of those people is Jessica Knapp, and she will now bring her expertise and knowledge to these pages in her own way, and that is exciting.
—Sherman Hall, Editor.

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Ceramics Monthly June/July/August 2014

Posted On May 12, 2014 0 Comments

In this issue, we cover the careers of several working potters who have either transitioned into life as a working artist from another career or from school, apprenticeships, and internships within the last 10 years or so. Their paths are varied and provide insight into both the satisfaction and stress of making a living in clay. —Sherman Hall, Editor.

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American Museum of Ceramic Art (AMOCA)

Posted On May 6, 2014 0 Comments

Pomona, California

www.amoca.org

Bruhin Studios

Posted On May 5, 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 October anagama firing contact me. For details, Joe Bruhin, (870)363-4264; joebruhin@gmail.com; joebruhin.com.  

Rebecca Kun

Posted On May 2, 2014 0 Comments
1-Bedroom furnished cottage on near Ocean Park, WA on Washington’s Long Beach Peninsula. Garage is enclosed for work space; cottage has W/D, D/W, and a wood stove.  Great artist community; two and a half hours to Portland or Seattle. Serious inquires please.  $430 monthly, minimum 1 month stay. Contact Rebecca: mscelloprieto@gmail.com; (208) 333-0868.

Mossy Creek Pottery

Posted On May 1, 2014 0 Comments
Oregon Coast, 40-year-old sales gallery, studio and luxury studio apartment. 3,708 total sq. feet.  On 5.9 beautiful acres bordering national wildlife refuge. $475,000. Contact: macnamara2010@hotmail.com.

deCordova Sculpture Park Museum

Posted On April 28, 2014 0 Comments
deCordova Museum Ceramic Sculpture Studio offers workshops throughout the year. Build your dream sculpture with the support of resident artist Bruce Barry. Lincoln, MA. www.decordova.org/ceramics.

Hilltown 6

Posted On April 28, 2014 0 Comments
The eighth annual Hilltown6 Pottery Tour in the scenic Western Massachusetts hills takes place on July 26th and 27th. Nine nationally recognized potters, Christy Knox, Robbie Heidinger, Maya Machin, Michael McCarthy, Hiroshi Nakayama, Mark Shapiro, Eric Smith, Constance Talbot, and Sam Taylor, open their studios with bonus special invited guest artists and events. www.hilltown6.com for… Read More »

Common Ground on the Hill

Posted On April 28, 2014 0 Comments
Common Ground on the Hill -The 20th “Traditions Weeks” Ceramics Classes. Week 1-June 29-July 4: Jane Osti (Cherokee Paddle-Stamped Pottery); Nick Corso (Creativity with Wood-Fired Clay). Week 2-July 6-11: Robert Strasser (Slip Trailing); Jeremy Wright (Wheel Throwing). Visit commongroundonthehill.org for more information or call (410)857-2771.

Kimbrell Frazier Studios

Posted On April 23, 2014 0 Comments
1350 sq. ft. studio built in 2008 on 10 acres in beautiful western NC- an area with a long history and love of pottery. Includes 1850 sq. ft. home, 3-stall horse barn with fireplace, stick-built storage building, organic garden plot, and secluded, spring-fed pond on property. www.FrazierPottery.com/real-estate/.