firstname.lastname@example.org on sat 28 mar 98
Exciting Summer Workshop in Beautiful Estes Park, Colorado
Earth as Mother, Artist as Child
If sand between your toes or making mud pies on a summer afternoon is a warm,
kinetic memory, then working in clay is the way to ease your over-extended
frazzle. This course will take you from the techniques of hand- building to an
understanding of the nature of clay, the earth's most abundant substance. Clay
is the most impressive of materials and can easily divulge a compendium of
emotional and tactile information instilled by the artist's hand. Learn the
basics of form and a smattering of function, as well as interesting ways to
capture the Mother's secrets in a permanent medium. Class work includes hand
building, glazing, and firing. If you are an intermediate or advanced ceramist
our clay studio offers complete equipment for whatever level you would like to
experience. Our primary intent is to help you initiate a personal union with
this simplest of materials.
Workshop Leader: Marty Yochum
Dates: August 5-9, 1998
Marty Yochum is an artist and writer who received a BFA in ceramics and an MFA
in sculpture from the University of Texas at San Antonio, where she taught
Design. She has received national awards in North Dakota, Texas, and Colorado
for her work which ranges from drawings to environmental sculpture. She is
well known for her highly original and creative ceramic sculptures based on a
culturally diverse personal mythology. She is a frequent speaker on
contemporary art and art issues as well as a personal support group leader for
local artists. She is also a devotee of the exquisite natural resources
available in her back yard, Rocky Mountain National Park. She is the author of
Hidden Nature, Experiencing Rocky Mountain National Park, and is currently
writing a new book, Coming to Grips with Contemporary Art. Marty's enthusiasm
for the Rocky Mountains and for teaching art are a culmination of twenty
years' experience in discovering the joys of the creative process.
For samples of Marty s current work in clay or more information about
Alpenaire Workshops, Inc. go to http://www.c-zone.net/alpenair.
You can reach Marty Yochum at:
Alpenaire Workshops, Inc.
P.O. Box 1594
Estes Park, CO 80517
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Yvonne M. Pund on thu 16 apr 98
I will be in Gillette Wyoming the last week of May before Memorial day.
Does anyone know of any workshops at this time of the year. Thank you.
Jeff Lawrence on sun 19 apr 98
A summer workshop worth considering is Clint Swink's Anasazi Potterymaking,
July 13-19 (beginning) and July 20-26 (advanced) at Taos Art School,
505-758-0350. I participated in a workshop of his last year and was
delighted with it.
John Baymore on mon 20 apr 98
With all the talk of summer workshops............. a little shameless self
River Bend Pottery will once again hold the annual 9 1/2 day =22Earth, =
wood firing workshop (first offered in 1981). The workshop begins Friday
evening, August 14th and runs through Sunday, August 23rd, 1998.
Enrollment is limited to only seven participants, who will produce and wood
fire over 400 pieces in the four chamber climbing kiln (noborigama). The
program culminates in a 26-28 hour firing (plus additional 8 hour gas
preheat). Cost for the program, including most materials, is =24380.00.
For more information or a brochure and registration form, call either
1-800-900-1110 or (603) 654-2752, or e-mail to JBaymore=40Compuserve.com.
Mail inquiries should be sent to:
River Bend Pottery
22 Riverbend Way
Wilton, NH 03086
Bill Geisinger on tue 25 apr 00
Blue & White Porcelain Workshop
Hands on instruction:
2 one week workshops
12 participants per workshop
August 28 - September 2
September 4 - September 9
Reservations due by June 1, 2000
$180.00 each week
DeAnza College Ceramics
21250 Stevens Creek Boulevard
Cupertino, California 95014
Co-Sponsored by DeAnza College and A.C.G.A.
James Clark on sun 26 may 02
Does anyone know of any clay workshops during the month of july, near
louisville, kentucky. or any studios to visit in this area during my stay.
foxpots on mon 27 may 02
Dear James and any others visiting my area,
Please come visit my studio. I love to meet other potters. Live about an
hour south of Louisville, out in the woods in a hollow, have 8 dogs, a
Bailey car kiln.
Jean Wadsworth Cochran
Fox Hollow Pottery
New Haven, Kentucky
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> Does anyone know of any clay workshops during the month of july, near
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