POTTERS COUNCIL CONFERENCE

 

ALTERED CERAMICS
September 14-16, 2012
San Diego, California
Presented by Potters Council

Hosted by Jackpots Pottery

 

Discover exciting new techniques?
Altering your style in a comparatively small but significant way can bring new energy and excitement to your work. This conference allows you to learn from multiple artists that are both throwers and handbuilders. Each artist will be demonstrating many ways to alter the form and surface that will have you ready to get back to the studio to try out new ideas. Each of these talented and engaging artists are ready to share their techniques and ideas with you over a two day conference. This conference is open to artists at all levels: from enthusiastic amateur, to the teacher, and for the professional. No matter what level you are, if you’re open to learning and connecting with other ceramic artists then this is the conference for YOU!

 

 

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Featured Presenters:
Natalie Blake, Israel Davis, Marty Fielding,
Martha Grover, Dennis Meiners, and Amy Sanders

 

 

 

 

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Schedule of Events | Presenters | Host & Sponsors

Hotel Information | Venue Information
Travel & Directions | Visitor Information
Registration Information

 

Attendees will learn how to…

  •  Make undulating tile
  •  Carve curved clay
  •  Do Sgraffito
  •  Print with underglazes
  •  Use earthenware, red stoneware, nylon fiber and paper clay to help with attachments and timing
  •  To set up a simple screen print lab in the clay studio
  •  Throw and alter a bottomless cylinder
  •  Utilize darting to alter
  •  Make paper templates for a slab built spout
  •  Pull a “bone” handle
  •  Texture the surface
  •  Do crack repair and mending techniques will be shared
  •  Make slabs by hand
  •  Score, stretch, stamp, sprig the surface
  •  Make and use rolling stamps and sprig molds

 

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS (back to top)
 
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Friday, Sept. 14 , 2012  Events located at the Courtyard Marriott and Fairfield Inn & Suites – Old Town San Diego
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Time Event Location
6-8 pm
Registration and Opening Reception Hotel: Courtyard Marriott, San Diego Old Town
Rm: Santa Barbara Ballroom
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  Sponsor/Vendor Exhibit Hotel: Courtyard Marriott, San Diego Old Town
Rm: Santa Barbara Ballroom
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Saturday, Sept. 15, 2012  
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Time Event Location
8:30-9 am Registration Hotel: Courtyard Marriott, San Diego Old Town
Rm: Santa Barbara Ballroom
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  Sponsor/Vendor Exhibit Hotel: Courtyard Marriott, San Diego Old Town
Rm: Santa Barbara Ballroom
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9-12 pm Martha Grover Hotel: Courtyard Marriott, San Diego Old Town
Rm: Santa Barbara Ballroom
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  Natalie Blake
Hotel: Fairfield Inn & Suites, San Diego Old Town
Rm: Mission Room
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  Dennis Meiners Hotel: Courtyard Marriott, San Diego Old Town
Rm: Cabrillo
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12-1 pm Lunch (provided) Hotel: Courtyard Marriott, San Diego Old Town
Rm: Patio
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  Sponsor/Vendor Exhibit Hotel: Courtyard Marriott, San Diego Old Town
Rm: Santa Barbara Ballroom
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1-4 pm Israel Davis
Hotel: Courtyard Marriott, San Diego Old Town
Rm: Santa Barbara Ballroom
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  Marty Fielding Hotel: Fairfield Inn & Suites, San Diego Old Town
Rm: Mission Room
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  Amy Sanders Hotel: Courtyard Marriott, San Diego Old Town
Rm: Cabrillo
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Sunday, Sept. 16, 2012  
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Time Event Location
8:30-9 am Registration Hotel: Courtyard Marriott, San Diego Old Town
Rm: Santa Barbara Ballroom
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  Sponsor/Vendor Exhibit Hotel: Courtyard Marriott, San Diego Old Town
Rm: Santa Barbara Ballroom
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9-12 pm Israel Davis Hotel: Courtyard Marriott, San Diego Old Town
Rm: Santa Barbara Ballroom
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  Marty Fielding Hotel: Fairfield Inn & Suites, San Diego Old Town
Rm: Mission Room
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  Amy Sanders Hotel: Courtyard Marriott, San Diego Old Town
Rm: Cabrillo
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12-1 pm Lunch (provided) Hotel: Courtyard Marriott, San Diego Old Town
Rm: Patio
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  Sponsor/Vendor Exhibit Hotel: Courtyard Marriott, San Diego Old Town
Rm: Santa Barbara Ballroom
     
12:45-1 pm Pottery Exchange (optional) Hotel: Courtyard Marriott, San Diego Old Town
Rm:
Santa Barbara Ballroom
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1-4 pm Martha Grover Hotel: Courtyard Marriott, San Diego Old Town
Rm: Santa Barbara Ballroom
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  Natalie Blake Hotel: Fairfield Inn & Suites, San Diego Old Town
Rm: Mission Room
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  Dennis Meiners Hotel: Courtyard Marriott, San Diego Old Town
Rm: Cabrillo
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Saturday and Sunday Presenter Demonstrations
Potters Council is pleased to present two full days of demonstration and information exchange. Attendees will sign-up during Friday and/or Saturday morning registration. Attendees will be asked to choose one presenter for AM and PM for Saturday and Sunday. Each attendee will see four of the six presenters.

 


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PRESENTERS (back to top)

 

NATALIE BLAKE

Carving in Curved Clay, Vessels and Tiles
Natalie will demonstrate undulating tile making by draping slabs over hand-sculpted forms as well as demonstrating thrown forms. She will show slip application and sgraffito carving. Natalie will discuss her glazing techniques and firing temperatures. Natalie will also share her experience working as an independent artist and business person which includes travails and triumphs she has been through and where they have landed her now.

 

Additional Information

Natalie has been working in clay for 25 years. She started as a functional potter and then shifted to the vessel to explore the thrown form in porcelain. Natalie carves texture and sgraffito design into her forms. More recently, those vessels have been ‘unwrapped’ and shifted to tile surfaces. Rolled slabs lain over hand sculpted forms produce an undulating three dimensional surface over which to follow curves in the clay with a design in mind and a carving tool in hand.

 

Natalie received her BA at Kenyon College in Ohio and started making clay pieces while in high school at Northfield Mount Hermon School in Massachusetts. She received the Thomas J Watson fellowship to study ceramics in Asia for a post graduate year from 1992-93. Returning home, Natalie studied with several area potters and ceramic artists in southern Vermont, setting up her own business in 1994. She currently has a studio in Brattleboro, Vermont, where she has resided for the past 18 years.

 

 

  

 

For more information about Natalie, visit www.natalieblake.com or www.unaluntile.com

 

ISRAEL DAVIS

Screen Printing on Clay
Israel demonstration will cover technical information regarding screen printing onto clay slabs with underglazes. The slabs will then be used to construct functional objects such as cups, trays, and vases. Additional information will cover generating imagery, exposing screens, and firing types and temperatures. Attendees will learn how to take simple line drawings and photos to the screen print process and apply them to clay objects.

 

Attendees will be learning:

 

  • Printing onto clay slabs with underglazes as printing ink
  • Information regarding firing at cones 04 and 6 oxidation and cone 10 wood-fired
  • Earthenware, red stoneware, nylon fiber and paper in clay to help with attachments and timing
  • Information on generating imagery for the screen print process
  • Information on exposing a screen
  • Information on how to set up a simple screen print lab in the clay studio
  • Information on basic technology such as computer and programs to use in the process

 

Additional Information

Assistant Professor, Kendall College of Art and Design, Ferris State University, Grand Rapids, MI; Teaches at Ox-Bow School of Art and Artist’s Residency, Saugatuck, MI; Formerly Ceramics Program Director, Urban Institute for Contemporary, Arts Grand Rapids, MI; Exhibits nationally in juried, invitational, group and solo exhibitions.

 

Watch the following “Meet the Artist” interview featuring Israel Davis.

 

  

 

 

For more information about Israel, visit israeldavis.com

 

 

MARTY FIELDING
The Hybrid: Throwing and Handbuilding
The presentation will illustrate altering wheel thrown forms. Darting will also be demonstrated as a way to alter the form further. Problem solving in terms of design and function is an integral part of resolving altered pieces. Marty will make a square pitcher and a box from start to finish. In addition to the altering techniques employed in these pieces, the demonstration will also show making a slab built spout from a paper template, pulling a handle, and applying surface texture.

 

Marty’s work is predominantly thrown on the wheel and altered, with hand built additions, i.e. spouts and lids. He had developed depth variation on the surface by layering texture, terra sigillata, resists, underglazes and glazes. Marty works with red earthenware and fires to cone 03 in an electric kiln. He has a supply of renewable electricity that is generated from methane collected on Vermont dairy farms.

 

Attendees will be learning:

  • Throwing and altering a bottomless cylinder
  • Darting
  • Making paper template for a slab built spout
  • Making a spout from a paper template
  • Pulling a “bone” handle
  • Texturing the surface
  • Making a box and a pitcher

 

Additional Information

Marty Fielding became captivated by clay as an anthropology major at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He continued his study of ceramics as a student and teaching assistant at Penland School of Crafts. Marty is currently an M.F.A. candidate at the University of Florida.

 

Fielding’s work has been included in invitational and juried exhibitions locally, nationally and internationally. Craft galleries throughout the U.S. represent his pottery. Marty’s teaching experience includes adjunct positions at Ohio Northern University and Middlebury College, several community studios including Frog Hollow in Middlebury, Vermont where he was Resident Potter, and various workshops including Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville and Truro Center for the Arts on Cape Cod.

His work has been published in several books as well as Ceramics Monthly, Pottery Making Illustrated, and Clay Times.

 

 

 

 

 

For more information about Marty, visit www.martyfielding.com

 

MARTHA GROVER
Thrown and Altered Porcelain: Creating Curves
Discover the idiosyncrasies of working with porcelain on and off the wheel as Martha Grover demonstrates how to make her undulating functional forms. She will discuss special throwing and altering techniques suited for this elegant and sensuous material and how to exploit its best qualities.

 

Demonstrations will include working with various wheel-thrown forms and slabs in both the soft and leather-hard stages to create a mug, large pitcher, butter box, and basket. She will explore bottomless thrown forms, with the additions of slabs, handles and spouts. Crack repair and mending techniques will be addressed as well. There will be brief discussion of how to achieve her glaze surfaces by spraying layered glazes. Martha will also talk about her sources of inspiration, philosophy of making, and studio practices. 

 

Additional Information

Martha Grover is a functional potter, creating thrown and altered porcelain pieces. Martha received her MFA in ceramics from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. She has been a resident at the Northern Clay Center Archie Bray Foundation and Red Lodge Clay. Her work can be found at the Red Lodge Clay Center, the Archie Bray Foundation, Schaller Gallery, 18 Hands Gallery in Houston, Texas, Crimson Laurel Gallery in Bakersville, North Carolina, Charlie Cummings Gallery in Gainesville, Florida, and Cedar Creek Gallery in Creedmoor, North Carolina.  Her work has been published in Ceramics Monthly, Clay Times, 500 Pitchers, 500 Platters and Chargers, and 500 Vases.  It was the cover feature of Ceramic Monthly’s May 2010 issue.

 

 

 

 

 

Ceramic Artist – Martha Grover was featured in the Ceramic Arts Daily Newsletter. Read the article: Seamless Transitions: How to Spray Layers of Glazes to Softly Blend Glaze Colors.

 

For more information about Martha, visit www.MarthaGrover.com

 

DENNIS MEINERS
Pursuing Narrative Surfaces for Expressive Pots
Dennis’ presentation will focus on the possibilities that arise from making slabs by hand, rather than with machines, and will demonstrate the advantages of this process for discovering what we each have to say through the ceramic process. This is a simple, fun, low-tech way to use clay. Dennis will demonstrate scoring, stretching, stamping, sprigging, and overlays that he uses to produce what he refers to as psychodramas on the surfaces of his utilitarian and sculptural pots hand-built from slabs. Conference participants will have the opportunity to see a way of working with clay that requires little other than a good table, homemade tools, and an ability to be observant and open to what the art-making process offers.

 

Dennis uses cone ten stoneware fired in a reduction atmosphere, but the possibilities he will present are applicable to any clay or firing method. Students will learn how to make and use rolling stamps and sprig molds to create their own iconography.

 

Additional Information
Dennis Meiners earned a BA in Fine Arts from Washington State University in 1973, and has been a full time studio potter, mostly, since then. He has taught at Portland Community College, Oregon College of Art and Craft, as well as many workshops and classes. He has published articles and photographs in numerous books and magazines, and has pieces in several public and private collections, including Racine Arts Museum and the Washington Cultural Trust. For the last 15 years he has lived near Jacksonville Oregon where he built a strawbale house and adobe studio with his wife, painter and former clay artist, Leslie Lee.

 

 

 

For more information about Dennis, visit www.dennismeiners.com

 

AMY SANDERS
The Stamped Surface
Working with cone 5 stoneware, Amy’s presentation will focus on soft slab construction and altered thrown forms, while also considering how stamped patterns and clay appliqués enhance the surface. Amy will demonstrate how to make several forms using varied building methods with slabs, while focusing on how to create a sense of volume and “breath” in your work. She will also work on altering thrown forms at the soft-leather hard stage, stretching and patterning the clay with stamps to add interest.

 

Some pieces will be created by pinching, folding, and draping thin slabs over bisqued clay molds; while others will start with simple paper templates or thrown form. Discussion will focus on how pattern, line, texture, and proportion inform composition and aesthetic decisions made while creating a pot, as well as balancing studio practices with a busy family life. Glaze recipes will be shared, and questions and open discussion is encouraged!

 

Additional Information
Amy first discovered clay as an undergraduate studying biology at Centre College in Danville, KY where she quickly switched majors and graduated with a BA in art and secondary education. She and her husband Brian then moved to Charlotte to work for Habitat for Humanity as Americorps volunteers and happily discovered an amazing clay community in NC. Amy has been teaching throwing and hand building classes at Clayworks Studio in Charlotte for 11 years, and also greatly enjoys teaching workshops all over the US. After completing a 1-½ year artist residency at McColl Center for Visual Art, she has been a full time studio artist for 6 years (in between hanging out with her two young boys: Guthrie and Sammy). In 2009, Amy completed a large-scale public art tile project for the city of Charlotte in conjunction with a residency at Garinger High School. Amy’s work is exhibited nationally and has been featured in many publications.

 

 

 

 

Ceramic Artist – Amy Sanders is featured in a comprehensive 4-disc DVD collection that reveals how she took a background in quilting and fabrics to create a unique way to work with clay. Watch a clip from: Creative Forming with Custom Texture

 

For more information about Amy, visit www.theretherepottery.blogspot.com

 

 

 


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HOST & SPONSORS (back to top)

 

 

JACKPOTS POTTERYHost
San Diego, CA

Email: jackson@jackpots-pottery.com
Website: www.jackpots-pottery.com 

 

 


Aardvark Clay & SuppliesSponsor

1400 E. Pomona Street
Santa Ana, CA 92705
714-541-4157

Email: contact@aardvarkclay.com

Website: www.aardvarkclay.com

 

 

AMACO/BRENTSponsor
6060 Guion Road
Indianapolis, IN 46254
800-374-1600
317-244-6871

 

www.amaco.com

 

 

Mayco – Sponsor
4077 Weaver Court South
Hilliard, OH 43026
614-675-2018

 

www.maycocolors.com

 

 

ParagonSponsor
2011 South Town East Blvd.
Mesquite, Texas 75149-1122
888-222-6450

www.paragonweb.com
Paragon kilns have fired the imagination since 1948.

Each attendee will be placed into a drawing to win a $200 gift certificate.

 

 

Pottery Texture QueenSponsor

potterytexturequeen@yahoo.com
potterytexturequeen.com

 

The texture queen has had clay as a joy in her life since early childhood. The ability to play and explore the endless possibilities with this medium, furthers her creative pleasure.

 

As the queen’s career developed, so did her joy of including texture in her work. She has been influenced by texture in everyday life. She especially draws inspiration from nature, textiles, and architecture. Finding beauty in the details, she has become quite passionate about texture, in fact, one could say she is a texture fanatic.

And now she has developed her own line of texture stamps for potters. These are large (7”X9”) unmounted patterned rubber stamps. They work well on both slabs and thrown work. Currently 24 different patterns are available

 

 

ShimpoSponsor
1701 Glenlake Avenue
Itasca, IL 60143
800-237-7079

 

www.shimpoceramics.com

 

 

 

 

 

 


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CONFERENCE VENUE & HOTEL INFORMATION (back to top)

 

The conference is being held at two sister hotels that are located 1 block apart (less than a 5 minutes walk.) Attendees will need to be able to walk to and from each of the hotels. For those who have difficulty walking may request the hotel shuttle for transportation, but the shuttle is not gurranteed.

 

Courtyard Marriott Old Town
2435 Jefferson Street
San Diego, CA 92110
800-255-3544
(619) 260-8500
Website: Courtyard Marriott Old Town

 

$119 per night. Includes mini refrigerator, free wireless in-room connection, and relax in the new bed from Marriott with down comforters, designer duvets and fluffy pillows. Parking: On-site parking, fee: 15 USD daily or Complimentary off-site parking. Airport Shuttle Service: Airport shuttle service, on request, complimentary, call (619) 260-8500.

Ask for Potters Council meeting block to get preferred rates. Room block will be held until Friday, August 31, 2012.

 

Here are some additional links and information: Maps and Transportation | Fact Sheet | Restaurants and Lounges

 


Attendees have the opportunity to stay at either hotel. The choice is yours. Each hotel offers something unique. Each hotel will be hosting classes for the conference


 

 

Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott San Diego Old Town3900 Old Town Avenue
San Diego, CA 92110
(855) 212-0196
(619) 299-7400
website: Fairfield Inn & Suites Old Town

 

$119 per night for Single or Double, Rate includes complimentary breakfast (with some hot items); Complimentary Airport Shuttle Service (based on availability); Complimentary Hi-Speed and Wireless Internet; In-Room Microwave/Refrigerator.

Underground parking is available, currently at a rate of $15 per vehicle, per night and $10/day for guests attending meeting.. Rates are subject to change without notice. (Note you can park for free on the street. Street parking is limited.)

Ask for Potters Council meeting block to get preferred rates. Room block will be held until Friday, August 31, 2012.

 

 

 

Two Of The Best-Located Old Town San Diego, California Hotels
Enjoy a central location at the Holiday Inn Express San Diego Old Town. Located directly off Route 5 — just 10 minutes from the airport and within walking distance of delightful shops, restaurants and attractions — this Holiday Inn San Diego CA hotel puts you exactly where you want to be. Whether you’re vacationing with family or friends, or traveling on business, discover all the advantages of our first-rate hotel. When it comes to comfort and convenience, this San Diego CA Holiday Inn hotel delivers, in an ideal location:

  • One Of The Best-Located Old Town San Diego CA Hotels.
  • Tucked amid the history and charm of Old Town San Diego, California
  • Four blocks from the San Diego Trolley, providing easy access to Old Town attractions
  • Four miles from Balboa Park, home of the world-famous San Diego Zoo
  • Minutes from beautiful Mission Beach and Belmont Park
  • Only five miles from downtown and the Gaslamp Quarter
  • Directly off Route 5, just 10 minutes from San Diego Airport (SAN)

 


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TRAVEL & DIRECTIONS (back to top)

 

Airport:

San Diego Airport (SAN)
website: www.san.org

 

Ground Transportation from Airport:

  • Hotel Shuttles – Each hotel provides complimentary service to and from the airport. Please see hotel information for complete details.
  • Car Rental – As a Potters Council member benefit we offer discount rental programs with ALAMO and AVIS. Read more…

 

Driving Directions form Airport to the Hotels
Travel Is Easy From Airport to Courtyard Marriott
From San Diego International Airport: Left on N. Harbor Drive. Left on W. Laurel Street. I-5 North to Old Town Ave. exit. Right on Old Town Ave. Left onto Jefferson Street. Hotel is 2 blocks on left.

Travel Is Easy From Airport to Fairfield Inn Old Town
From San Diego International Airport: Take Harbor Drive North. Turn left on Grape, then left onto ramp of Highway 5. Take Old Town Avenue exit – turn right onto Old Town Avenue. Make another left onto Jefferson Street. Hotel is on the right.

From I-5, North or South: Take Old Town Avenue exit. Turn East and make a left onto Jefferson Street. Hotel is on the right.

 


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VISITOR INFORMATION (back to top)

There is much to see and do around San Diego, California. This is a great opportunity to bring your family or friends and extend your visit.

 

Year-Round Excitement On The San Diego Old Town Event Calendar
Enjoy the exciting festivals, colorful celebrations, and other fun-filled activities on the Old Town event calendar. From horse racing and football to gourmet cuisine and cultural attractions, the choices are outstanding. Attend a breathtaking military air show. Dine on world-class shrimp and seafood. Celebrate San Diego’s bold Latin heritage. Or just look for hand-crafted treasures at the Old Town Saturday Artisan Market. Liven up your next visit, and consult the Old Town San Diego CA event calendar for upcoming activities, including:

 

Go here to see a listing of events.

 

Local Attractions
Enjoy the festive atmosphere of historic Old Town, just steps from the comfort of the Holiday Inn Express San Diego Old Town. Let the Old Town Trolley take you back in time. Savor a fresh tortilla from a nearby Mexican restaurant. Or wave to Shamu at Sea World Adventure Park. Our Holiday Inn Express Old Town hotel is close to one-of-a-kind shopping, fabulous food, and renowned landmarks. And after a busy day, sink into the comfortable bed that’s waiting for you at our Old Town San Diego hotel. For excitement, history, and value, this convenient Holiday Inn Express is ideally located near thrilling San Diego attractions, including: Among the Most Popular San Diego Old Town Hotels – Near Colorful Sights and Attractions

  •     Heritage Park – An eight-acre county park filled with restored Victorian homes. (0.5 mi.)
  •     Old Town State Historic Park – Recreates life in the 1820s, with an old school house, blacksmith shop, and original adobe buildings. (0.5 mi.)
  •     Plaza Del Pasado – Quaint shops and colorful restaurants sit in a historic setting. (0.5 mi.)
  •     Whaley House – Some say it’s America’s most haunted establishment. (0.5 mi.)
  •     For everything from artisan jewelry to hand-crafted home décor. (0.8 mi.)
  •     Presidio Park – Site of the Serra Museum and original mission church. (1.1 mi.)
  •     Sea World Adventure Park – A favorite destination featuring sensational exhibits and animal shows, including Shamu. (3.5 mi.)
  •     Gaslamp Quarter – Historic Downtown San Diego – Noted for its specialty shops, restaurants, galleries, and night clubs (3.6 mi.)
  •     USS Midway – A fantastic experience for young and old alike aboard an actual Navy aircraft carrier. (3.6 mi.)
  •     Seaport Village – Cobblestone streets are lined with unique shops and eateries on the waterfront
  •     Petco Park – Home of the San Diego Padres baseball team. (4 mi.)
  •     San Diego Convention Center – Home to trade shows, exhibits, and conferences. (4.0 mi.)
  •     Belmont Park – The only Oceanside amusement park in Southern California. (4.5 mi.)
  •     Mission Beach – Boasting a picturesque oceanfront walk and shaved-ice vendors. (4.5 mi.)
  •     Balboa Park – Home to 85 cultural and recreational facilities, including the San Diego Zoo, Fleet Science Center, San Diego Aerospace Museum, and the Museum of Art. (5.0 mi.)
  •     Qualcomm Stadium – Home of the San Diego Chargers. (8.0 mi.)
  •     Birch Aquarium – An underwater adventure land. (10.0 mi.)
  •     Tijuana, Mexico – Offering an exciting South of the Border experience. (25.0 mi.)

 

 

 


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REGISTRATION (back to top)

 

You are invited to register online or by telephone.

  • To register online, click here on REGISTER NOW.
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  • Student discounts (Valid Student ID) Student Passes are SOLD OUT and Day Passes available, but they are limited. Call 800-424-8698 for more information and to register.

 

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  On or Before July 22, 2012 After July 23, 2012
Potters Council Member $295.00 $345.00
Non Member $347.00 $397.00
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Registration fee includes the reception of Friday, and lunch on Saturday and Sunday. Make checks payable to Potters Council in U.S. dollars, drawn on a U.S. bank. Cancellation Policy: Full refund less $50 if canceled on or before August 13, 2012; 50% refund if canceled between August 14, 2012 and September 14, 2012; no refunds after the start of the conference.