Y2Clay@kilnman.fhda.edu on thu 20 may 99
Y2Clay Virtual Exhibition
DeAnza College Ceramics announces a virtual clay exhibit for the year
The Y2Clay Exhibit is the second international juried exhibition of
contemporary ceramics, which will exist solely on the Internet. We are
proud to present this opportunity to exhibit ceramic work, and hope you
find it exciting as it takes advantage of the new arena of cyberspace
for showcasing photos of ceramic work and text from each artist. As the
Internet continues to expand into our lives and activities, it is
exciting to use this technology to effect both how we make and view
artwork. The Y2Clay Exhibit is an attempt to bring together a wide
array of ceramic art and artists via the Internet and continue to
illustrate possibilities for the visual artist.
Today's exhibition will vary only slightly from its predecessor the
Exhibit=3C/color=3E.=3C/underline=3E We want to make this exhibition as easy
for the artists as possible.
Please send a slide of your choice to:
DeAnza College Ceramics
21250 Stevens Creek Boulevard
Cupertino, California 95014
Do not enclose a self-addressed envelope, slides will not be returned.
Jurors for the exhibition are:
Richard Notkin Jack Troy Linda Arbuckle Joseph
In either case you once your work is selected for the exhibition you
will need to submit an artists statement in text format and or an
All slides must be received no later than July 15, 1999.
Notification of acceptance by e-mail only September 1, 1999
Artist's Statement for accepted work due October 1, 1999
Exhibition On line December, 1999
Label each slide with the following information:
Artist=5F=5F=5F=5F=5F=5F=5F=5F=5F=5F=5F=5F=5F=5F=5F=5F=5F=5F=5F Address =
Bill Geisinger DeAnza College 408 864-8378
Lee Jaffe on sun 23 may 99
Does anyone else find it ironic that actual slides,
sent presumably via the postal service, are
required for a virtual exhibit? We may be looking
forward to the 21st Century but part of the
process is still stuck in the 19th. -- Lee Jaffe
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> Y2Clay Virtual Exhibition
> The Y2Clay Exhibit ... will exist solely on the Internet.
> Please send a slide of your choice to....