Potters Council provides some of the premier conferences with nationally and internationally recognized artists. These conferences bring ceramic artists together for knowledge exchange on a wide-range of topics. We offer four national conferences, one international conference and multiple sponsorships each year.
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Nothing in pottery shows off your creativity more than a beautiful surface—the glazes, the patterns, the textures—they all combine to showcase your imagination. Sarah Jaeger‘s loose organic brushwork, Kristin Pavelka‘s layered sgraffito and slip decoration, Forrest Lesch-Middleton‘s image transfers, and Akira Satake‘s rich surfaces inspired by nature are sure to inspire you for years to come.
Are you ready to attend an upcoming Potters Council event? Each year we provide our members with regional conferences, sponsorships and international conferences. Check out the upcoming events in Natchez, MS, Lexington, KY, and Columbus, OH. We look forward to seeing you soon.
Liz Zlot Summerfield will focus on demystify working with slabs and offer the essential components to create unique slab built pots, as well as expanding upon the basics to create a lidded pitcher and a salt and pepper set. She is one of the presenters at the Potters Council Handbuilding III conference in Natchez, on January 17-19, 2014.
Would you be interested in being a presenter at an upcoming Potters Council conference? We are now accepting presenter proposals online. Submit your proposal today.
How exciting would it be to host a conference built around a theme that truly gets you energized. A conference is an opportunity to gather your own community of associates and fellow artists in one setting to share techniques and presentations that you would be hard-pressed to find any other place.
Interested in checking out past presenters who have shared their ideas and techniques with Potters Council members? This list includes presenters in video sharing their techniques or sharing their ideas within an online article. You’ll find everything from handbuilding to throwing and so much more.