Daniel A. Schwager on wed 15 apr 98
Can anyone help me with a list of summer pottery workshops with one or two
week sessions? I have found Haystack and Taos Institute for the Arts, and
I am particularly interested in one that I believe is in Montana but I
can't seem to find the name of it. If you know of the natural environment
(is it in a beautiful setting) I would love to hear that as well. Any
e-mail on this issue to DAS0009@is.nyu.edu would be very much appreciated.
Mark Burleson on thu 16 apr 98
Odyssey Center for the Ceramic Arts in Asheville, NC offers 4 one week
workshops this summer with Pete Pinnell, Kathy Triplett, Malcolm Davis
and Gay Smith. Also weekend workshop with Svend Bayer. For more
information phone 828.285.0210.
Vince Pitelka on thu 16 apr 98
>Can anyone help me with a list of summer pottery workshops with one or two
>week sessions? I have found Haystack and Taos Institute for the Arts, and
>I am particularly interested in one that I believe is in Montana but I
>can't seem to find the name of it. If you know of the natural environment
>(is it in a beautiful setting) I would love to hear that as well. Any
>e-mail on this issue to DAS0009@is.nyu.edu would be very much appreciated.
The most recent issue of CM (the April issue) contains complete summer
workshop listings for the whole country (and many international). It lists
four separate venues in Montana.
Vince Pitelka - vpitelka@DeKalb.net
Home 615/597-5376, work 615/597-6801, fax 615/597-6803
Appalachian Center for Crafts
Tennessee Technological University
1560 Craft Center Drive, Smithville TN 37166
Betty Burroughs on fri 17 apr 98
For a summer workshop in a beautiful setting do consider
Metchosin Int'l. Summer School of the Arts in Victoria, British Columbia.
The school runs from June 28th to July 11th and offers ceramic courses by
Robin Hopper (Glaze & Colour Development - 2 weeks), Patrick Horsley
(Throwing Everything But Round - 2 weeks), Randy Brodnax (Kiln Building &
Firing - 2 weeks), Bill Porteous (Figure Sculpture - 2 weeks), Patrick Crabb
(Crack Pots - 1 week), Rosette Gault (Paper Clay - 1 week), Steven Forbes de
Soule (Raku - weekend) and Andrew Wong (Photo Images on Clay - 1 day July 4th).
The campus is at Pearson College, one of the United World Colleges,
on a wooded hillside overlooking Peddar Bay Inlet. It's remarkably beautiful
and "conducive to the intense development of the arts with few
distractions", to quote from the brochure.
For full details and registration call (250) 391-2420, Fax (250)
391-2412 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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