Maxine krasnow on sun 24 jun 07
ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF
TUCSON COMMUNITY POTTERY
JOIN TODAY OR SIGN UP TO RENT SPACE AT AFFORDABLE RATES
The Tucson Community Pottery Cooperative (formerly Muse Pottery) is opening a new studio in the Ojito Springs Café and Art Center at 340 N. 4th Ave (just south of the Food Conspiracy). Our goal is to open with 14 members along with annual renters. A core group has formed and we are actively seeking members. Join our growing membership as we launch this exciting new venture.
The Studio will be equipped with electric kilns, electric wheels, raku kilns, slab roller, extruder, air compressor, giffen grip and other essential equipment available for renters and members to use Gas firing will be available in the near future.
Studio Time When You Want it Coop members have 7-day access to the studio
Join or Rent There are 2 ways to be a part of the Co-op.
Members: $500 joining fee, 1 yr commitment $65 monthly rent, committing to working 3 hrs a week or 6 hrs 2 days a month. Members work is automatically juried into the gallery providing a highly visible venue for exposure and sales.
*Renters: $250 joining fee, 1 yr commitment, $65 monthly rent.
*Month to month renters will pay a higher rate (to be determined) A limited number of 10 X 10 cubicles are available for members to rent @$100.00 per month.
Studio Fees Members and renters will pay flat cost per firing which includes glazes, electricity and kiln maintenance. Classes will be organized by Maxine Krasnow, former director of Muse Pottery and Supermud Pottery & Gallery in NYC. Classes will include wheel, hand building, sculpture, paper clay, kids classes etc.
For more information, call Maxine @327 3949 email firstname.lastname@example.org
or Matthew @531 5584 email email@example.com
Space is limited RESERVE NOW
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Clayart SCtag on mon 25 jun 07
Wow, I wish I could move there !!! Best wishes and much success.
Margaret in SC
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