John Bryan Community Pottery seeks applicants for a part-time Artist in Residence position beginning in January, 2015. Visit www.communitypottery.com/position for details.
WORKSHOPS at Baltimore Clayworks; MARK SHAPIRO, Teapots: Brew/Pour /More, Sat–Sun January 17 & 18; JOE CAMPBELL, The Potter’s Brush, Sat–Sun April 25&26; KELLY & KYLE PHELPS, Sat–Sun June 27&28; SUE TIRRELL, Sat–Sun Nov 7&8;Please visit www.baltimoreclayworks.org or call (410)578 1919 x10.
Potter’s retreat in sunny SW Florida for rent. Private home and studio rents weekly or monthly. Studio has wheel, kiln, workspace, and lots of light. Kayak from property to waterfront park. www.ThisSideRetreat.com.
GREECE, THESSALONIKI. The Almond Grove: Workshops in Ceramics. Spring-Summer-Autumn 2015. Residential courses in ceramics. Details: +30(2310)450451. email@example.com; www.hectormavridis.com.
You’re invited, “Ceramics Invitational” show, Southwestern Michigan College, opening reception 1/14/15. The show runs 1/8/15/ until 2/5/15, featured artists are: Jonathan Mess, Dick Lehman, James Klinger, Jason Wesaw, Jeff Campana, Heather Robinson, Joseph Chomyn, Jack Troy, Paul Flinckinger, Mark Chuck, Pete Bovee,Debra Steidel. Curated by ceramics instructor Sherrie Styx.
Residency position available immediately. Natchez Clay Studio. See “Resident” at natchezclay.com or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The editorial staff asked these five artists a series of questions that covered both the practicalities of designing and making sets meant for use, and the ideas that drive each artist to create these kinds of pieces. The artists also share details about their studio process along with slip and glaze recipes.-Jessica Knapp, editor.
Piera has been an art director and a production potter; she now creates crystalline glazed pottery, photos and paintings, celebrating lives beauty. Her unique, crystalline, glazed porcelain pottery (with exploding atoms of liquid glass that solidify light into many dimensions) gives vision a place to start. Crystals call to mind a world of open, endless,… Read More »
LAURA MABRY ONE-DAY WORKSHOP IN KANSAS CITY, FEB. 7. Variety of low-fire slip and glaze applications are covered plus more. Fee $90. More information at: www.redstarstudios.org or (816) 474-7316.