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Loved the new Book! (The Complete Guide to Mid-Rang Glazes)

56 minutes agoArts / Ceramics : Clay Club

Got the book - it's great! I have lots of glaze books; this is among the top (Robin Hopper and Hans Coper level). Though I fire cone 6 electric, I enjoy reading about reduction as it gives a better general understanding of glazes. There...Show More Summary

Ceramics Studio Coordinator - Indiana University Bloomington IN

3 hours agoArts / Ceramics : Clay Club

Applications reviewed as received; applications should be submitted no later than December 15th to be certain of full consideration. All requested materials must be received for consideration. Review of applications will continue until position is filled. Show More Summary

It Finally Happened

No, not the zombie apocalypse.The Cubs didn't win the World Series. I didn't learn how to use an iPod. No, the true long awaited event is this: the bill basket is empty.It went down like this:I deposited a check into my household account. Show More Summary

So, you saw this, right?

Bon Appetit magazine recently ran an article about restaurants using handmade ware in place of the chilly, manufactured white china you usually find when eating out. Awesome, right? Awesome, right!! The article seemed to be written by someone not particularly familiar with handmade ceramics, or maybe just written for people less familiar. Show More Summary

Episode 6 - Courtney Martin

Names We Drop John Geci Louise Cort Bob Briscoe Naomi Dalglish Martin Ampt- curator Matthew Metz Sarah Jaeger Melissa Weiss Adam Field Bill Gilbert Gina Bobrowski Barking Spider Dan Anderson Robin Dreyer Matt Kelleher Ron Philbeck Shoko...Show More Summary

Trouble with Wonder White Clay??

2 days agoArts / Ceramics : Clay Club

I am wondering is anyone is having problems with Wonder White Clay from Highwater. I know of someone who is having problems and wanted to see if anyone else is so we can isolate the

Ceramic Studio Equipment FOR SALE!!!!

2 days agoArts / Ceramics : Clay Club

Studio For Sale: Amaco kiln with kilnsitter (not computerized), Clay Boss wheel circa 2005, 24" North Star slab roller, Well used canopy, scales and lots of glaze components, small tools, glaze books, etc. $1200 firm. Will not break it up. call Nanci at 675-9324

Cone 6 Ceramic Glaze Weekend Talk/Discussion

2 days agoArts / Ceramics : Clay Club

Cone 6 Ceramic Glaze Weekend Talk/Workshop January 16-17, 2015 CORNELL STUDIO SUPPLY 8290 N Dixie Dr, Dayton, OH 45414 (937) 454-0357 workshop will be a general overview of ceramic glazes, focusing on but not limited to cone 6 glazes. Show More Summary

Potters looking for Residency Opportunity check out the Bascom in Highland NC

2 days agoArts / Ceramics : Clay Club

Great Opportunity --- -In exchange for materials, the Resident must teach 6-8 hours a week of basic level classes. -Studio asst for all studio barn clay workshops for 2015 - Pay is $12 an hour for 40 hour week- teaching and managing the studio. Show More Summary

Any artists looking for an assistant?

3 days agoArts / Ceramics : Clay Club

Chris DeLange is an experienced artist assistant who did a great job assisting me in my studio for the last six months. I am now out of town for the winter and he is looking for other work. He is a great worker, learns new tasks quickly and works for very reasonable wages. Show More Summary


There is a lot of buzz right now about fermentation. I'm not usually one to jump on the same bus everyone else is hopping on, but this one makes sense to me. I read a good post that blogger Scott Garrett wrote on a fermenting workshop he did. Show More Summary

Monster mugs by Caroline Smith

3 days agoArts / Ceramics : Clay Club

Check out some of Caroline Smith's mugs: her at

Ceramic Studio Space needed in Yancy County NC (Burnsville/Celo)

3 days agoArts / Ceramics : Clay Club

To those those you in or connected to Yancey County, I am looking for studio/gallery space up there. An opportunity for me in Asheville fell through and I think I am ready to make the move toward the "Northern Territories". If anyone knows of a 200-300 sf space in or around Burnsville, please let me know.Contact

TRAC has display spaces available

3 days agoArts / Ceramics : Clay Club

Good Morning,A few weeks ago, I met with Dick Baker, the new director of Blue Ridge Regional Hospital Foundation. They have recently moved “off campus” to an almost finished being renovated building on Broad Street (about a block passed the hospital and in about ½ block). Show More Summary


I'm working on a holiday display for the store at home today. Instead of the cliche red and green,glitter and sparkle (which I still love in the right context), I'm using burlap and chalkboard paint with black and white color scheme and some green for accent. Show More Summary

Fermenting continues

The fermentation project continues. I'm trying to come up with good probiotic items that Gerry will also like. I like the salty vinegar brine of fermentation but he isn't really into that so much. So today, I experimented with ways to get the fermented veggies into things that would mask the fermentation. Show More Summary

Winter Pots for Autumn days

I have had a busy, but rather bitty, making period for a few weeks now. It has been a case of juggling a lot of small outstanding orders, replenishing my slipware for the showroom, and making some new pieces for Christmas. It was a windy Autumn day when I designed these vases. Show More Summary

Sculptors Converge in Small-Town Bakersville - | Our State Magazine

last weekArts / Ceramics : Clay Club

Sculptors Converge in Small-Town Bakersville - | Our State Magazine

make it mighty ugly

I've been noticing lately that I've been falling back into workaholic habits: long hours at the studio, sneaking over there on the weekends to finish pieces, cutting lunch short so I can get back to work, and feeling agitated when things come up that take me out of the studio. Show More Summary

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