SIOUXZIE ZARRILLI on fri 16 jan 98
Some time ago, there was a posting on the list about the NCECA
Assignment Notebook, and that it could be obtained by contacting Key
Connections at (618) 549-7853. This number seems to have been
disconnected, with no new number listed... Does anyone have any idea
where I could look next???
Will there be another one offered? Maybe at the convention in March?
Siouxzie on Balboa Island, Ca. where we have had "liquid sunshine" all
Cheryl L Litman on sun 18 jan 98
The assignment handbook will be sold at NCECA just not sure when or
On Fri, 16 Jan 1998 08:57:32 EST SIOUXZIE ZARRILLI
>Some time ago, there was a posting on the list about the NCECA
>Assignment Notebook, and that it could be obtained by contacting Key
>Connections at (618) 549-7853. This number seems to have been
>disconnected, with no new number listed... Does anyone have any idea
>where I could look next???
>Will there be another one offered? Maybe at the convention in March?
>Siouxzie on Balboa Island, Ca. where we have had "liquid sunshine"
Paula Sibrack on sun 18 jan 98
Siouxzie, Yes there will be another NCECA Ceramics Assignment notebook out, I
believe in March. I've gotten word that my assignment is included. Last time
they were given as an incentive for members to stay for the board meeting on
Saturday. You might try Regina at 1- 800 -99NCECA for info on how to get the
old one. Paula Sibrack, in the woods of Sherman, CT
Louis Katz on tue 20 jan 98
I called Minerva Navarette the conference co-ordinator to get the
official word on the new NCECA Assignment Booklet. It should be
available by conference time, but will be sold by mail. A form will be
available at the conference.
This may strike people as odd, but selling things from the NCECA booth
requires manpower, and with shipping to and from the Conference it was
decided that it would be easier to sell them mail order. There should be
sample copies at the conference.
Dana Henson on fri 23 jan 98
What is an NCECA Ceramic Assignment Notebook?
Louis Katz on sat 24 jan 98
The old Ceramic Assignment book is a spiral bound affair. On each page
is a different Classroom assignment submitted by various National
Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts. It is a collection of
diverse assignments and approaches. While I don't feel the need for much
help in giving assignments to my students that lie close to my aesthetic
core, the book has help give my classes a little more diversity of
It should be available by mail order from NCECA starting around
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