Daily Bird Pottery, a full production studio has an immediate opening for an experienced production thrower. Year-round, full-time work. All unglazed and hand burnished wares. Located in Port Townsend, WA. Full description at dailybirdpottery.com/wordpress/job-description/. Contact Xoe at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bayside Clay Center (BCC), located in Portland, Maine, is accepting associate members. BCC provides workspace and shared equipment, sales opportunities at holiday and spring events, workshops, and L&L Kiln distribution. Internship opportunities available for 2016. www.baysideclaycenter.com.
“Electric Dirt: A New Ceramic Landscape” with Garth Johnson, David Hicks and Cheyenne Rudolph – demo symposium sponsored by Glassell School of Art and ClayHouston in Houston, TX focusing on electric firing and digital/video applications. April 30- May 1, 2016, 10 am-5:30 pm, free and open to the public. For more information contact Jeff Forster… Read More »
40 x 40 ft. ceramics studio and a one bedroom mobile home. The studio has fabulous natural light, a large gas kiln, two electric kilns, a slab roller, a Peter Pug mill, and many extras. Silver City, NM is home to a large clay arts community and features an annual clay arts festival. We are… Read More »
GREECE, THESSALONIKI-The Almond Grove: Workshops in Ceramics. Winter-Spring-Summer-Autumn 2016. Residential courses in ceramics. Details: +30(2310)450451. email@example.com; www.hectormavridis.com.
2016 California Clay Competition. April 29 – May 27, 2016. Due: Feb. 13, 2016. Juror: Brian Tanner. CA Residents only. Clay – Functional and Sculptural. Fee: $15 per entry. Enter online at http://theartery.net/ccc.html.
Santa Fe Pottery Studio with space for rent. Our 2,600 sq. ft. professional pottery is looking for one or two artists. 2 reduction fired gas kilns, and raku firing. $300 full-time per month, with part time options. Contact (505)738-6772.
Used Peter Pugger VPM-60-TE pug mill. Motor, vac pump, aluminum barrel and hopper in clean, very good condition! Comes with rolling stand and some custom tile dies. $5,500. Contact Bob at Georgie’s Ceramic and Clay Co. (800)999-2529.
Most artists’ work changes throughout their careers. The reasons vary (for example: time spent away from the studio, a need for a challenge, an interest in exploring or learning something new, a studio/home move, or a shift in physical capabilities), but the way each artist negotiates these decisions about their work is fascinating and instructive.
For the artists included in this year’s Regeneration focus, there are both visual and conceptual threads that run from one body of work to the next. We have included artists who work in series, make gradual, incremental changes, and those who have changed everything from their building techniques to their firing temperature and glaze palette. –Jessica Knapp, editor.
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Most artists’ work changes throughout their careers. The reasons vary (for example: time spent away from the studio, a need for a challenge, an interest in exploring or learning something new, a studio/home move, or a shift in physical capabilities), but the way each artist negotiates these decisions about their work is fascinating and instructive…. Read More »