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Mika Seeger

Posted On April 23, 2015 0 Comments
Four lots for sale, each approximately one-half acre. Be part of  a vibrant, developing artist community in Tiverton, Rhode Island.  More info call Mika Seeger (401)297-9311.

Santa Fe Clay

Posted On April 23, 2015 0 Comments
Business for sale: Santa Fe Clay, leading Ceramic Art Center in the Southwest. This business has operated for 40+ years in the heart of the Railyard Arts District in Santa Fe, NM. It occupies an 11,600-sf building with an excellent long-term lease, and includes a comprehensive retail ceramic supply store, elegant 1,100-sf gallery, 11 resident… Read More »

1001 Pots

Posted On April 23, 2015 0 Comments
Come to visit 1001 Pots, the ceramic event in Val-David, Quebec, Canada. From July 10 to August 16, 2015, this exhibition presents masterpieces from Quebec and Canadian ceramic production. Nearly 100 potters and ceramicists will have work on display. In addition, each artist will have their own outdoor exhibition area. A separate exhibition space will… Read More »

Red Star Studios

Posted On April 23, 2015 0 Comments
STUDIO NONG MASTER WORKSHOPS IN KANSAS CITY. Anatomy and Portrait Sculpture (August 8) and Calligraphy and Inlay Techniques (August 15) workshops led by master sculptors from China. Fees: $70. More information at www.redstarstudios.org or (816)474-7316.

Munson-Williams_Proctor Arts Institute

Posted On April 21, 2015 0 Comments
Wood Firing: Aesthetics of Heat and Ash. Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute School of Art, Utica, NY June 6 – 14; Kiln Opening and Reception June 20; Bryan McGrath, Instructor. Tuition: $535;  Fees: $90; Optional Dorm Fee: $400.  Discover the magical effects of heat and ash on pottery.  Throwing/building strategies, size/form decisions, and the many surface treatments that create exciting… Read More »

Jim Weaver

Posted On April 20, 2015 0 Comments
Ceramics studio equipment for sale. Gas kiln/shelves, Bailey Slab Roller, Brent Wheel & Racks, Shimpo Pugger, Ball Mill, Materials & much more.  Local pickup only in Central Virginia. If interested, please inquire forsale@highfirepottery.com for full details

Jaqua Realtors

Posted On April 14, 2015 0 Comments
Rare and extraordinary, this lakefront Home/Ceramic studio is located on Lake Huron, in beautiful northern Michigan. This property offers privacy, solitude, and amazing beauty with 150 feet of frontage and 3.2 wooded acres. The white sandy beach is a swimmer’s paradise. This artisan built home/studio is clad in cedar siding and cedar shakes.  From its… Read More »

Starflower Farm and Studios

Posted On April 14, 2015 0 Comments
MID-COASTAL MAINE RETREAT CENTER– Huge 2 story ceramics studio w/ gallery, 4 guest studios, large teaching space, and equipment on 125 acres of extraordinary land: orchards, spring fed pond, gardens, fields and woods trails. Large renovated farm house w/retreat apt. $465,000; www.starflowerfarmstudios.com; (207)525-3593.

Letter from the Editor May 2015

Posted On April 14, 2015 0 Comments

In a way, each issue of Ceramics Monthly is about recognition, calling out artists for their achievements and ability, looking at the work and techniques, tools, and research that influence our field today. This issue focuses in on recognizing the achievements and skills of a narrower group within the field, that of our annual group of emerging artists. Choosing the artists is an immensely difficult but gratifying task. After all of the submissions are opened and processed, we bring them into a conference room in mail bins for the first round of selections. Each editor grabs a few bins, and sorts through the files, looking at images, and selecting submissions to consider further. We pass the bins around the table so that all submissions are seen and considered for the first round by everyone. As the pile of selected artists’ folders in the middle of the table grows, so does my curiosity and anticipation.  
–Jessica Knapp, editor.

Ceramics Monthly May 2015

Posted On April 14, 2015 0 Comments

In a way, each issue of Ceramics Monthly is about recognition, calling out artists for their achievements and ability, looking at the work and techniques, tools, and research that influence our field today. This issue focuses in on recognizing the achievements and skills of a narrower group within the field, that of our annual group of emerging artists. Choosing the artists is an immensely difficult but gratifying task. After all of the submissions are opened and processed, we bring them into a conference room in mail bins for the first round of selections. Each editor grabs a few bins, and sorts through the files, looking at images, and selecting submissions to consider further. We pass the bins around the table so that all submissions are seen and considered for the first round by everyone. As the pile of selected artists’ folders in the middle of the table grows, so does my curiosity and anticipation.  –Jessica Knapp, editor.

 

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