Gil Stengel on tue 22 oct 96
This April at the NCECA conference in Las Vegas,
I am moderating a panel discussion titled:
"Sodium Vapor Glazing: A Measure of Pleasure, A Measure of Guilt"
This panel will take place on Friday, April 4th from 11:30am to
I have constructed a webpage to introduce the three panelists at this
event. They are: Janet Mansfield, Wil Shynkaruk and Ruthanne
Tudball. In addition to learning about the panelists and viewing
their work you may also email me from the page with your
thoughts/comments/experiences with salt and soda. I will construct
another page to post what feedback comes in on this subject. I plan
to draw on this information during the panel discussion. In
particular if you have experience with any environmental problems
surrounding salt kilns I would like to hear from you. Please remember
that your comments will be made public unless you instruct me otherwise.
The URL for this site is:
Just hit the button marked "NCECA".
In addition, Ruthanne Tudball is available for workshops around the
conference dates. Her rates are very reasonable and her travel
expenses are already being shared by a couple of institutions (my own
included). If anyone would like to bring Ruthanne in for a workshop
this spring please don't hesitate to contact me.
I'm looking forward to the conference this spring. If you can't
attend but still want to weigh in on this one topic, now is your