Ellen J. Briggs on thu 14 mar 96
Steven Hill will present a 6-day hands-on workshop beginning Tuesday,
April 23 thru sunday, April 28 at Lee Arts Center, 5722 Lee Highway,
Arlington, VA 22207 (703-358-5256) Participants will work with Steven to
make pots, learn raw glazing techniques, load kiln, single-fire to ^10.
Cost, including materials, is $275
Call or write for more details.
Charles Mcgee (ART) on tue 27 jan 98
I wanted to let everyone know about the Steven Hill Workshop that will
be coming up on February 21, 22nd. The intensive two day workshop will
deal with Steven's work. Throwing, finishing, decorating, glazing, and
much more are on the menu. This workshop will be served at the University
of Tampa. The cost is $150.00. There is a $50.00 discount for students.
If you are hungry you can get in touch with Professor Jack King.
(phone-813.253.3333 ext. 3368 or 3831)
University of Tampa
Department of Art
401 West Kennedy Blvd.
Tampa, Florida 33606-1490
thanks to all the weary eyes staring at the computer screens.
email@example.com (on the horizon)
HLMass@aol.com on thu 30 jul 98
Ilene Mahler posted a note a few days back with an offer of a place to stay
for anyone that was coming to Middletown, CT for the Steven Hill workshop. It
seems that her Eudora Light is inoperable at present and therefore is unable
to receive email. Anyone interested in taking her up on this offer can either
call her at (860) 232-9051, email her husband: FMahler@snet.net, or call me
at (860) 228-8682.
Sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused.
=?iso-8859-1?Q?Ren=E9?= Sprattling on mon 15 mar 99
Here is the latest update on the Steven Hil workshop coming up in July:
The Steven Hill Workshop will take place July 30, 31, and Aug. 1. Friday
evening is a two hour slide show/ discussion with Steven, 7 to 9pm. Sat
and Sun are both 8 hour demonstration days, 9am-to 5pm,(no hands -on for
participants). Steven gives a very good workshop which involves both
throwing demos and his grennware spray glazing techniques which he is known
for. The slide show and workshop will take place at my studio in the
beautiful countryside of Chicago Park, Ca. This is between Grass Valley and
Colfax on Hwy 174 , and about 10 miles from historic Nevada City. Slide
show will be in the barn or out doors if weather is good. We have great
summer skys here. The cost is =2480 per person. Lunch will be pot luck, or
=245 . If you are interested let me know so I can put your name on the
list. If you would like to ensure a spot you may send a =2440 deposit to
Mostly Caly (and put Steven Hill workshp in the memo line), along with your
name and address so we can send a map and any additional information as
time goes on. Overnight accomadations fill up early in this area so it is
advisable to get early reservations. There is a campground at Rollins Lake
about 10 minutes from my studio which is around =2415 per night. =
are recommended. There are also a few cabins for rent on Rollins Lake.
Not sure of their cost or rating of the facillities but can find this out
if you are interested. There are also B=26B's and a couple of motels in
Grass Valley and Nevada City. This workshop is being brought to you by
Mostly Clay and Fine Crafts of Nevada City. If you have any questions you
can e-mail me or write to:
Steven Hill Workshop
227 Broad Street
Nevada City, CA 95959
Contact Ren=E9 Sprattling, 530-265-3535, or 530-477-7456.
Thanks for inquiring,
Nina Jones on mon 16 oct 00
The Steven Hill workshop, at McHenry County College this past weekend
(Friday and Saturday), was beautiful. I want to thank Great Lakes
Clay, the Clayworkers Guild of Illinois and McHenry County College for
sponsoring this workshop and Steven for an absolutely wonderful
presentation, a great learning experience.
Workshops are supposed to be inspiring, informative and provide tools
that the workshop attendees can take away with them to use in their
own work. This workshop was all of that and more (Lord, is Steven
funny!). If you can make it to one of Steven's workshop, it is well
worth the time and money.
Nina D. Jones
Darlene Tsukamoto on thu 30 aug 01
Steven Hill Workshop
Functional Stoneware/Single Firing
Friday, October 19, 2001, 7:30-9:00pm slides/artist reception =20
Saturday, October 20, 2001, 10:00am - 5:00 pm
Sunday, October 21, 2001, 10:00am - 4:00 pm
Fee: $ 140.00
Slides only: $10.00
What makes a pot functional? How can pottery transcend mere function, =
while still honoring it's intended use? In this two day workshop, Steven =
will throw and alter pots, demonstrate slip trailing, and use the =
extruder; all the while communicating his enthusiasm for functional =
stoneware and single firing. =20
Steven Hill received his BFA from Kansas State University in 1973. Since =
that time he has been a professional studio potter, with his home and =
studio located in Kansas City, Missouri. Steven's work is exhibited and =
sold in nationally juried shows and is featured in many ceramics books. =
For more information contact: Lee Arts Center
5722 Lee Hwy.
Arlington, VA 22207
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Master Workshops Ph: 703-228-0558=20
Lee Arts Center: 703-228-0560
Stephani Stephenson on thu 12 dec 02
Saw this in recent CASD newsletter and thought I would pass it on.
Ceramic Artists of San Diego present a pre NCECA workshop with Steven
Saturday and Sunday 3/8 and 3/9/03....9 AM to 4 PM
Location : San Diego Mesa College Little theater (not too far from
Convention center and hotels)
also a pot luck provided by CASD members
General Public $125.00
CASD members $100.00 (membership, including newsletter is only $25/
payment sent to CASD att. Jackson Gray, POB 22524, San Diego CA
(include name, address, phone #, and email address)
accepting 75 prepaid spaces.....'lousy seats' available at the door for
Connie Stockdale on wed 15 jan 03
There are a few openings remaining for the Steven Hill workshop at La
Meridiana Pottery in Italy. The two week workshop will be in session during
the glorious spring season in Tuscany, April 28-May 9. For more information
visit our website, www.potteryabroad.com, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org,
or call Lynne Burke at (404)261-0431 or me, Connie Stockdale at
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Lynn Barnwell on tue 1 jul 03
I see that Steven Hill is having a workshop in Natchez, MS in Sept. Can =
anyone give me a heads up on what to expect? Love his work In books and =
magazine I have. Wondering how his workshops go. You can answer off =
list if you prefer. email@example.com
who made it back from Detroit in one piece and had a great time. Cup =
show at Pewabic a must see!! Good job Scott.
Merrie Boerner on wed 2 jul 03
9AM-5PM Saturday and
Contact Conner Burns at firstname.lastname@example.org or
P.O. Box 114 Natchez, MS 39121
I plan on being there !
Yall come on down : )
Lakeside Pottery - Morty Bachar on sat 20 dec 03
STEVEN HILL WORKSHOP - FUNCTIONAL STONEWARE / SINGLE FIRING
What makes a pot functional? How can pottery transcend mere function, while
still honoring it's intended use? In this two day workshop, Steven will
throw and alter pots, demonstrate slip trailing, and use the extruder; all
the while communicating his enthusiasm and passion for functional stoneware
and single firing.
Steven Hill received his BFA from Kansas State University in 1973. Since
that time he has been a professional studio potter, with his home and
studio located in Kansas City, Missouri. Steven's work is exhibited and
sold in nationally juried shows and is featured in many ceramics books.
Dates: Fri 10/29/04 7:30-9PM slides reception, Sat 10/30 10-5PM, Sun 10/31,
SKILL LEVEL: All
Max seats: 15
Location: Lakeside Pottery
543 Newfield Ave.
Stamford, CT 06905
John Fulwood on sat 13 sep 08
I hope the summer has been good to all.
I will be hosting a Steven Hill Workshop at my studio in Frenchtown, NJ, November 14-16. Space is limited.
You can find all the info at www.kissimmeeriverpottery.com
Kissimmee River Pottery
One 8th St. #11
Frenchtown, NJ. 08825
Bob Johnson on mon 23 nov 09
A week ago I attended Steven Hill's workshop on electric vs gas firing, and
I just wanted to tell everyone what a stimulating experience it was-whether
you fire in oxidation or reduction (as I do). Steven is at once a gifted
potter, a great teacher, and a decent fellow. I was particularly impressed
with his willingness to share his "secrets" about spraying glazes, firing
schedules, and recipes. Maybe most important for me was his reflection on
how to pull all those elements together to make a pot into a unified whole.
I'm sure there are other great workshops out there, too-and I'd love to hea=
which ones people have found helpful-but I'd recommend Steven's to anyone. =
don't think he has his schedule set for next year yet, but you might want t=
look at the workshops he did this year at