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updated tue 23 sep 03

 

Hluch - Kevin A. on tue 15 feb 00


I would like to announce an exhibition to all of you.

The show, "Beautiful Use: A National Pottery Invitational" will be
exhibited from February 21 to March 10, 2000 at Montgomery College,
Rockville, Maryland Campus. The following individuals will be exhibiting
their work:

Linda Arbuckle
Lynn S. Bowers
Linda Christianson
Louise Harter
Peg Malloy
Matthew Metz
Lisa Naples
Jeff Oestreich
Neil Patterson
Linda Sikora

This exhibition is a small taste of the kind and character of the book
that will be published by Krause Publications sometime in 2001. This is
a focused and wonderful show. These potters do not turn a blind eye to
utility. The gaze of art, in this instance, has been turned toward
pottery and what we see is certainly good.

I hope if you are in the Washington, D.C. area you will stop by to see
it.

The opening reception will be held from 6 to 8 pm, on Tuesday, February
22, 2000.

The Montgomery College Rockville Campus Art Gallery is located in the
South Campus Instructional Building, Rooms 117, 118.

Call 301-279-5115 for directions.

Thank you.

Kevin A. Hluch


e-mail: kahluch@umd5.umd.edu
http://www.erols.com/mhluch/mudslinger.html

Louis H.. Katz on fri 25 feb 00

Hello Clayart,
I ahave been asked to let people know of an exhibition with an upcoming
deadline in Corpus Christi at the Art Museum of South Texas.
Susan Peterson is the Juror.
Entrys are $10. Return shipping paid by artist. Hand delivery is O.K.
Two awards of $500 each and and a two person exhibition during the
following year. For merit awards of $200
For more information call 361 825 3503

Louis

Mary Higgins on thu 13 sep 01


Lowell Baker suggested an exhibition. I think this is a great idea. I am =
new at clay and some of my stuff is pretty crude, but I would like to =
participate.

Mary Higgins (not Clark)
in central Florida

Joyce Lee on thu 13 sep 01


Hey Lowell,

I'd like to participate in such an exhibition ..... given a little lead =
time. A specific theme etc?????

Joyce
In the Mojave

Seth Barendse on thu 13 sep 01


I have been thinking of doing some pieces about tuesdays tragedy aswell.
I would love to take part in this exibit.
Seth Barendse



>From: Mary Higgins
>Reply-To: Ceramic Arts Discussion List
>To: CLAYART@LSV.CERAMICS.ORG
>Subject: exhibition
>Date: Thu, 13 Sep 2001 16:27:04 -0400
>
>Lowell Baker suggested an exhibition. I think this is a great idea. I am
>new at clay and some of my stuff is pretty crude, but I would like to
>participate.
>
>Mary Higgins (not Clark)
>in central Florida
>
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Leigh Lunt on thu 13 sep 01


Lowell
Great idea and I'd like to participate. Although, I'd like some time to
process this tragic event, work things out. Planned on getting this down on
clay anyway - just figuring out how. (Dad-inlaw didn't go to work early on
Tues morning like he usually does - WHEW! Was great to hear his voice on the
phone.)
I'm in. Keep us posted.

Leigh

pammyam on thu 13 sep 01


I would like to consider taking part, too. For those of us
(I) who
work in other media, would non-clay pieces be considered?
Pam

----- Original Message -----
From: "Seth Barendse"
To:
Sent: Thursday, September 13, 2001 10:22 PM
Subject: Re: exhibition


: I have been thinking of doing some pieces about tuesdays
tragedy aswell.
: I would love to take part in this exibit.
: Seth Barendse
:
:

Sherry Morrow on fri 14 sep 01


I'd like to participate, too, as Joyce said, given a little lead time.
sherry morrow

Debi Rudman on fri 14 sep 01


I would love to participate in an exhibition...Please let me know when/where
this will all take place...and any particular theme. I think it will be great
to have something solid and constructive and creative come from all this.

Debi

Debi Lampert Rudman
Ceramics Instructor, duCret School of Art, Plainfield, NJ
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Joyce Lee on fri 14 sep 01


I don't want to simply delete the one-line "yes" responses to Lowell =
concerning participation in the exhibition he proposed. BUT we could =
fill Clayart with them ...... thankfully .... so if Lowell will send =
either his e-mail address or that of his designee, perhaps we could =
e-mail him directly.

The posts offering suggestions for presentation etc, of course, will run =
for all of us to enjoy.... even if we don't participate, we can envision =
this development of a concept ..... great opportunity.

Thank you.

Joyce
In the Mojave

Patti Kratzke on fri 14 sep 01


I like the idea of a ceramics exhibition, "putting this conversation into
clay" as Lowell put it. We could raise funds to benefit the rescue and
recovery work going on in New York and D.C., perhaps a donation to the
Red Cross. It would be quite an undertaking, and would probably have to
be a series of exhibitions organized on a local level, but I think it
would be healing and worthwhile. Apparently many of you have been doing
some interesting work during this time. Other circumstances have taken
me away from my clay, and I am feeling it in an almost physical way. I
think once I get back to it, I will have some things to "say." How can
we put this idea into action?
And Patrick, I donít think this is politically correct, new age bullshit.
It is a sincere desire not to escalate the violence. Thereís nothing
"new" about that. I think people just are asking that we be certain we go
after the right people, and not just strike out because someone's outward
appearance or other characteristics are similar to those of someone we
suspect. Otherwise we ourselves become no more than terrorists throwing a
tantrum, and we will have brought ourselves to the level of our attacker.
Justice isnít striking out to feel good - justice is righting a wrong.
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Susan Fox-Hirschmann on fri 14 sep 01


count me in, on an exhibit.
susan fox hirschmann


>From: Mary Higgins
>Reply-To: Ceramic Arts Discussion List
>To: CLAYART@LSV.CERAMICS.ORG
>Subject: exhibition
>Date: Thu, 13 Sep 2001 16:27:04 -0400
>
>Lowell Baker suggested an exhibition. I think this is a great idea. I am
>new at clay and some of my stuff is pretty crude, but I would like to
>participate.
>
>Mary Higgins (not Clark)
>in central Florida
>
>______________________________________________________________________________
>Send postings to clayart@lsv.ceramics.org
>
>You may look at the archives for the list or change your subscription
>settings from http://www.ceramics.org/clayart/
>
>Moderator of the list is Mel Jacobson who may be reached at
>melpots@pclink.com.


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MaryBeth Bishop on fri 14 sep 01


Could we have a virtual exhibition that kind of grows as people get ready to
contribute and then maybe an actual one at NCECA next Spring? Some of the
other ideas are great, but I'm not up to functioning under
pressure...generally and certainly not these days. Whatever you decide, I'll
support and will try to contribute.
Mary Beth Bishop

Karen Deasy on mon 17 sep 01


Lowell,

I think it should be a traveling exhibition, maybe the Smithsonian may =
be willing to sponsor such an event. Or it could be a multi-local =
installation with a web presence. How about installations at =
airports.......................or across the globe.

Just a few Ideas...

I don't think we should limit this to clay.=20

I would also like to participate, am not quite ready to create this in =
clay.

Karen Deasy
Cabot, Vermont

LOWELL BAKER on thu 8 nov 01


I am having some trouble getting galleries to respond to my
proposal for an exhibition. They already have events scheduled
etc. If any of you have had better results that I have, please let me
know. I am going off list for a few weeks because my server has
become very slow and I am trying to prepare to go to Guatemala for
ten days.

I can still be reached at:
wbaker@art.as.ua.edu

I will hook back up on or about December 1. I will tell all of you
about Ron and Melinda on my return.

Lowell

Culling on tue 10 dec 02


Hi
guess none of you are in the area! but I'm in this exhibition -last one =
before the gallery shuts down. If you're interested in the fish I put =
barium glaze on there are a couple of pics at =
http://www.pilbarafineart.com Wouold like any feedback.=20
Thanks=20
Steph=20
41degrees celcius today, strong winds and muggy! Getting sunburnt =
glazing!

Sandra Benscoter on mon 22 sep 03


Hi!

Anyone in the central New Jersey area this month is invited to stop in at
the Somerset Art Association (in Bedminster) and see VARIATIONS IV, a
ceramic exhibition by the New Jersey Artists' Guild. The exhibition will
be up until Oct. 31. For directions, SAA's website is:
www.somersetart.org

Sande

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