Cindy Buehler on mon 15 mar 10
I have not seen this posted to Clayart=3DA0and I thought some of you might =
KC Clay Guild
2010 Tea Bowl National - Call for Entries
Application Deadline: April 5, 2010
Show Dates: June 1-30, 2010
Opening Reception: June 11, 2010
The KC Clay Guild is currently accepting entries for the upcoming 2010 Tea =
Bowl National held in Kansas City, Missouri.
The show will be juried by Pete Pinnell, nationally known ceramic artist an=
d professor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
There will be at least $1000 in prize money awarded to "Best in Show", 1st =
and 2nd runners up. In addition there will also be purchase awards.=3D20
Thanks, now back to lurking.=3D20
D. Michael Coffee on mon 15 mar 10
Thanks for the notice. I just visited their website, do they have a
gallery? I looked for images of the gallery under the "Facilities" link and=
see a gallery space. I also went to the "Past Shows" link and found no
images for 2009, 2008, 2007 with the statement that "This page is Under
Construction", for all the past years. I'm just asking...
Lee Love on mon 15 mar 10
You can see some of the Judge's work here:
Lee, a Mashiko potter in Minneapolis
=3D93Observe the wonders as they occur around you. Don't claim them. Feel
the artistry moving through and be silent.=3D94 --Rumi
Hank Murrow on mon 15 mar 10
On Mar 15, 2010, at 2:26 PM, Cindy Buehler wrote:
> The KC Clay Guild is currently accepting entries for the upcoming
> 2010 Tea Bowl National held in Kansas City, Missouri.
> The show will be juried by Pete Pinnell, nationally known ceramic
> artist and professor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
> There will be at least $1000 in prize money awarded to "Best in
> Show", 1st and 2nd runners up. In addition there will also be
> purchase awards.
All well and good, but $30 to have one's work reviewed, and shipping
both ways makes it more than a gamble. I don't join Ponzi schemes
either, your mileage may vary.
Cheers from Hank in Eugene, happy with the results from the East
Creek firing, several fine teabowls among the trays and sake cups.