Judith C. Day on wed 3 may 00
There have been some changes and additions to our workshop program. Please
read the following closely again noting the =2A=2A=2A=2A workshops and =
workshops are wait listed now so please call to assure availability of
LALOBA RANCH CLAY CENTER SUMMMER 2000 - WORKSHOPS
In case you have not seen our ads, or if you are not on our current mailing
list, below is a list of our offerings for this summer. A brochure(
including faculty information, schedule, and application) will be mailed to
you promptly if you contact us at : TEL. 970/870-6423
You may also access most of the information on our WEB SITE at
www.lalobaranch.com Faculty information and works may be seen on the site
in the =22Gallery=22 section.
Our Summer 2000 line up of workshops are:
JUNE 19-27 STEVEN HILL -=22STILL SINGLE-FIRING AFTER ALL THESE YEARS: THE
AESTHETICS OF FUNCTIONAL FORMS AND THE LOGIC OF SINGLE FIRED REDUCTION/SODA
JULY 3-14 BIZ LITTELL - =22THE ART OF'BIZWACKING' CLAY: A FUN FORAY INTO
SALT AND THE VAPORS:
AN INTENSELY DYNAMIC WORKSHOP IN SALT FIRING AND VAPOR GLAZING...
JULY 17-28 JERRY CAPLAN - =22CLAY PLUS.....STEEL, WOOD FIBER, AND A PIECE =
THE ROCK:=22 COMBINING A MYRIAD OF MEDIUMS WITH CLAY. LEARN TO STRETCH YOUR
CREATIVITY UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF A MASTERFUL INSTRUCTOR
=2A=2A=2A=2AJULY 31-AUGUST 11 ROBERT AND GAIL PIEPENBURG - =22CREATIVE RAKU=
RAKUNAHS=22 A WONDERFUL WORKSHOP IN THE CREATIVE SPIRIT THAT FEEDS THE =
HEART, AND HAND.
This workshop will now be taught by Biz Littell, friend of Robert and Gail
Piepenburg while they are concentrating on Robert's recovery through
serious illness. It will remain a Raku workshop
AUGUST 14 - 25 RO MEAD - =22BEWITCHED,BOTHERED, AND BETILED:=22 THE ART OF
SCULPTURAL TILE AND COLORED INLAYS
AUGUST 28-SEPTEMBER 5 TOM COLEMAN - =22PORCELAIN LOVES SHINO ASHK =
PORCELAIN FORMS WITH EMPHASIS ON SHINO AND WOOD ASH GLAZES.
SEPTEMBER 8-15 JIM ROMBERG - =22EXPLORATIONS INTO RAKU, FORM AND SURFACE=22
=2A=2A=2A=2ASEPTEMBER 16-21(The peak of the high country fall color) THE =
=22THE OFFERING BOWL:=22 Workshop Leaders: Susan deWardt, Judith =
Day,=26 Biz Littell
=22It's not the pot we are forming, it 's ourselves...=22 --M.C.
This is a workshop dedicated to the woman's journey through the creativity
and spirit of their lives. The workshop will incorporate =22hands on=22
clay(Raku, bowls=60=26 spirit symbols), writing, and =22miracles=22 woman =
along with sweat lodge, and meditation practice.
=22Art is order made out of the chaos of life.=22 --Saul =
Workshops are limited in size to approximately 10 students to help ensure a
=22mentoring=22 environment, studio access is 24 hours a day, three meals =
day and lodging are included. Costs are =241250 for the long sessions(Two
business weeks plus one week-end), and =24675. for the short Sessions(Steven
Hill, Tom Coleman, and Jim Romberg.) Cost also includes start up clay and
the first round of firing(Bisque and finish fire). Lab fees are =2480. for
the long session, and =2445 for the short. For people who wish to stay
elsewhere, there are also a la carte =22day student=22 rates as well(Meals =
may be purchased separately at =2410. each. Graduate level credit as well as
undergrad credit are available through our affiliation with Adams State
College(three credits for the two week workshops are approximately =2480. =
credits may be given for the shorter session.) Please call/e-mail for the
details on the Laloba Womens Workshop Series. The workshops are filling up
quickly, so if you are interested, please call, fax, e-mail with your
intent as soon as possible.
The Steamboat airport is the Yampa Valley Airport at Hayden which is
approximately 30 minutes by car to town or to the ranch. Connections are
made through Denver on United Express.
If I can answer any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact me
Judith Carol Day,
Director, Laloba Ranch Clay Center