Dan Hill on fri 15 may 09
Just wondering if anyone has experiences good or bad to share about taking
workshop at Shakerag. What is the area like etc.?
ned guttman on fri 15 may 09
I went there last year for the Ellen Shankin and recommend it. The
workshops are on the campus of a boarding/local private school. The
facilities are good, equipment good, and the food excellent. Claire R. is =
wonderful director of the program. I don't know which workshop you are
interested in, but I can vouch for Kent M. He knows his stuff and is a fun
On Fri, May 15, 2009 at 6:45 AM, Dan Hill wrote:
> Just wondering if anyone has experiences good or bad to share about takin=
> workshop at Shakerag. What is the area like etc.?
> Dan Hill
> Hill Pottery
Chris Campbell on mon 18 may 09
> Just wondering if anyone has experiences
> good or bad to share about taking a
> workshop at Shakerag.
> What is the area like etc.?
I have taken a workshop at Shakerag and
it was great. The staff are helpful and friendly,
the food was great, the facilities are modern and
The location is semi rural and quiet. During the
rest of the year it is a private boarding school.
I would recommend it highly with NO negatives.
I am just waiting to get back there as a student
or a teacher!
Chris Campbell - in North Carolina
Chris Campbell Pottery LLC
Designs in Colored Porcelain
9417 Koupela Drive
Raleigh NC 27615-2233