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aberystwyth 2001

updated tue 20 mar 01

 

LJTCW@AOL.COM on fri 23 jun 00


I am planning a trip to the UK next summer and would like to take in
Aberyswyth. Does anyone know when it will be held in 2001?

Louise


Louise Jenks
Cincinnati OH USA
LJTCW@AOL.COM

Pierre Brayford on sat 24 jun 00


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There is a website http://www.carrog.co.uk/ipc.htm
The dates given are Friday 29th June to Sunday 1st July - slightly earlier
than usual.

-----Original Message-----
From: LJTCW@AOL.COM
To: CLAYART@LSV.CERAMICS.ORG
Date: 23 June 2000 22:49
Subject: Aberystwyth 2001


>I am planning a trip to the UK next summer and would like to take in
>Aberyswyth. Does anyone know when it will be held in 2001?
>
>Louise
>
>
>Louise Jenks
>Cincinnati OH USA
>LJTCW@AOL.COM
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Janet Kaiser on sun 18 mar 01


The International Ceramics Festival at Aberystwyth looks
like being especially interesting again this year, although
there does not appear to be a special kiln building
workshop.

Held on the University Campus 29th June through 1st July the
guest artists include:

Atilla Albert (Hungary)
David Binns (Wales)
Jerry Caplan (USA)
Walter Keeler (Wales)
Christy Keeney (Ireland)
Jolante Kvastye (Lithuania)
David Miller (France)
Jabu Nala (South Africa)
Fred Olsen (USA)
Elisabeth LeRetif (Brittany)
Byron Temple (USA)
John Theis (USA)
Thokozani Nxumalo and Fei Berning (Kwazulu Natal, SA)

As usual, Jim Robison (USA/UK) will be Master of Ceremonies.

Cost is 78 for the weekend This includes admission to all
the demonstrations, lectures, slide shows, seminars and
exhibitions, a souvenir programme, car parking for the
weekend and a buffet with live music on Saturday evening.

See http://www.internationalceramicsfestival.co.uk for
information

Janet Kaiser
The Chapel of Art . Capel Celfyddyd
HOME OF THE INTERNATIONAL POTTERS' PATH
Criccieth LL52 0EA, GB-Wales Tel: (01766) 523570
E-mail: postbox@the-coa.org.uk
WEBSITE: http://www.the-coa.org.uk

philrogers pottery on sun 18 mar 01


Janet,

As a director of the event I should let you know that Aberystwyth is fully
booked and no more tickets are being sold.

There are kiln projects. John Theis from Maryland is building a two chamber
catenary climbing kiln and Fred Olsen a tunnel kiln. Other kiln/firing
projects are in the pipe line.

Phil.



Phil and Lynne Rogers,
Lower Cefn Faes,
RHAYADER.
Powys. LD6 5LT.

Tel/fax. (44) 01597 810875.
philrogers@ntlworld.com
www.philrogerspottery.com

----- Original Message -----
From: Janet Kaiser
To:
Sent: Sunday, March 18, 2001 2:23 AM
Subject: Aberystwyth 2001


> The International Ceramics Festival at Aberystwyth looks
> like being especially interesting again this year, although
> there does not appear to be a special kiln building
> workshop.
>
> Held on the University Campus 29th June through 1st July the
> guest artists include:
>
> Atilla Albert (Hungary)
> David Binns (Wales)
> Jerry Caplan (USA)
> Walter Keeler (Wales)
> Christy Keeney (Ireland)
> Jolante Kvastye (Lithuania)
> David Miller (France)
> Jabu Nala (South Africa)
> Fred Olsen (USA)
> Elisabeth LeRetif (Brittany)
> Byron Temple (USA)
> John Theis (USA)
> Thokozani Nxumalo and Fei Berning (Kwazulu Natal, SA)
>
> As usual, Jim Robison (USA/UK) will be Master of Ceremonies.
>
> Cost is 78 for the weekend This includes admission to all
> the demonstrations, lectures, slide shows, seminars and
> exhibitions, a souvenir programme, car parking for the
> weekend and a buffet with live music on Saturday evening.
>
> See http://www.internationalceramicsfestival.co.uk for
> information
>
> Janet Kaiser
> The Chapel of Art . Capel Celfyddyd
> HOME OF THE INTERNATIONAL POTTERS' PATH
> Criccieth LL52 0EA, GB-Wales Tel: (01766) 523570
> E-mail: postbox@the-coa.org.uk
> WEBSITE: http://www.the-coa.org.uk
>
>
____________________________________________________________________________
__
> 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.
>

Philip on sun 18 mar 01


Dear Phil,

Are there still 'Exhibition-Vendor's Spaces' available?

I had been brooding about exhibiting and selling my 'Trim Tools' there...=
and
have procrastinated some...

Can you suppose any thing on what the attendence might be as well?


Thank you!

Philip Poburka
BISON STUDIOS
Las Vegas, Nevada
U.S.A.

Original Message -----
From: "philrogers pottery"
To:
Sent: Sunday, March 18, 2001 4:49 AM
Subject: Re: Aberystwyth 2001


> Janet,
>
> As a director of the event I should let you know that Aberystwyth is fu=
lly
> booked and no more tickets are being sold.
>
> There are kiln projects. John Theis from Maryland is building a two
chamber
> catenary climbing kiln and Fred Olsen a tunnel kiln. Other kiln/firing
> projects are in the pipe line.
>
> Phil.
>
>
>
> Phil and Lynne Rogers,
> Lower Cefn Faes,
> RHAYADER.
> Powys. LD6 5LT.
>
> Tel/fax. (44) 01597 810875.
> philrogers@ntlworld.com
> www.philrogerspottery.com
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Janet Kaiser
> To:
> Sent: Sunday, March 18, 2001 2:23 AM
> Subject: Aberystwyth 2001
>
>
> > The International Ceramics Festival at Aberystwyth looks
> > like being especially interesting again this year, although
> > there does not appear to be a special kiln building
> > workshop.
> >
> > Held on the University Campus 29th June through 1st July the
> > guest artists include:
> >
> > Atilla Albert (Hungary)
> > David Binns (Wales)
> > Jerry Caplan (USA)
> > Walter Keeler (Wales)
> > Christy Keeney (Ireland)
> > Jolante Kvastye (Lithuania)
> > David Miller (France)
> > Jabu Nala (South Africa)
> > Fred Olsen (USA)
> > Elisabeth LeRetif (Brittany)
> > Byron Temple (USA)
> > John Theis (USA)
> > Thokozani Nxumalo and Fei Berning (Kwazulu Natal, SA)
> >
> > As usual, Jim Robison (USA/UK) will be Master of Ceremonies.
> >
> > Cost is =A378 for the weekend This includes admission to all
> > the demonstrations, lectures, slide shows, seminars and
> > exhibitions, a souvenir programme, car parking for the
> > weekend and a buffet with live music on Saturday evening.
> >
> > See http://www.internationalceramicsfestival.co.uk for
> > information
> >
> > Janet Kaiser
> > The Chapel of Art . Capel Celfyddyd
> > HOME OF THE INTERNATIONAL POTTERS' PATH
> > Criccieth LL52 0EA, GB-Wales Tel: (01766) 523570
> > E-mail: postbox@the-coa.org.uk
> > WEBSITE: http://www.the-coa.org.uk
> >
> >
>
_________________________________________________________________________=
___
> __
> > 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.
> >
>
>
_________________________________________________________________________=
___
__
> 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.

Janet Kaiser on sun 18 mar 01


Thanks for the update Phil! Glad to hear it has sold
out already and even more excited to hear that the kiln
field will be functioning again this year... I have not
been to Aberystwyth since the new buildings were
completed and was worried they may have "stolen" the
site!

Sorry if I misled anyone. Was it a slight case of
showing all you NCECA delegates, we will be having a
good "do" in Wales too? Maybe! But is anyone going? I
hope some Clay Art folk have tickets and plan to come
up to The CoA to visit The Path either before of after
the festival.

Have fun in NCECA you guys and gals. Look after Mel...
He must not overdo it... He plans to walk The Path
himself one day, so make sure he keeps to his orders.
He cannot travel if his doctor roughs him up... Or if
Tony C. leads him astray. Don't add to his $10 pocket
money either... He may go out and buy another 500 red
dots if you do.

Janet Kaiser
The Chapel of Art . Capel Celfyddyd
HOME OF THE INTERNATIONAL POTTERS' PATH
Criccieth LL52 0EA, GB-Wales Tel: (01766) 523570
E-mail: postbox@the-coa.org.uk
WEBSITE: http://www.the-coa.org.uk

----- Original Message -----
As a director of the event I should let you know that
Aberystwyth is fully
booked and no more tickets are being sold.

There are kiln projects. John Theis from Maryland is
building a two chamber
catenary climbing kiln and Fred Olsen a tunnel kiln.
Other kiln/firing
projects are in the pipe line.

Phil

----- Original Message -----
> The International Ceramics Festival at Aberystwyth
looks
> like being especially interesting again this year,
although
> there does not appear to be a special kiln building
> workshop.

Milton Markey on sun 18 mar 01


In a message dated 3/17/2001, Janet writes:


> The International Ceramics Festival at Aberystwyth looks
> like being especially interesting again this year, although
> there does not appear to be a special kiln building
>
===================
Hi Janet!

I wonder if you could teach us how to pronounce the name "Aberystwyth."

I checked the website--looks like a cool festival will occur in Wales.

Best wishes!

Milton NakedClay@AOL.COM

Yucca Valley, CA

It's funny how telephone operators mispronounce "Yucca." I just called to
check a delivery that's scheduled tommorow. The gal at the shipping office
pronounced it "yoo-ka!" I live on Hopi Trail, which often gets mispronounced
"hop-ee, instead of "hope-ee."

Steve Mills on mon 19 mar 01


Replace the *y* with an *i* and your pretty much there.

Any Clayarters coming, come to the Bath Potters stall and say Hello.
It'll be nice to put a face to a name.

Steve
Bath
UK


In message , Milton Markey writes
>In a message dated 3/17/2001, Janet writes:
>
>
>> The International Ceramics Festival at Aberystwyth looks
>> like being especially interesting again this year, although
>> there does not appear to be a special kiln building
>>
>=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D
>Hi Janet!
>
>I wonder if you could teach us how to pronounce the name "Aberystwyth."
>
>I checked the website--looks like a cool festival will occur in Wales.
>
>Best wishes!
>
>Milton NakedClay@AOL.COM
>
>Yucca Valley, CA
>
>It's funny how telephone operators mispronounce "Yucca." I just called to
>check a delivery that's scheduled tommorow. The gal at the shipping offic=
>e
>pronounced it "yoo-ka!" I live on Hopi Trail, which often gets mispronoun=
>ced
>"hop-ee, instead of "hope-ee."

--
Steve Mills
Bath
UK

Janet Kaiser on mon 19 mar 01


In case Phil Rogers has already hit the road or the
skies to NCECA...

You need to contact Pauline Paterson about trade stand
enquiries. paulinepottery@hotmail.com

Attendance is in the hundreds compared to the thousands
at NCECA, but maybe Phil will be able to tell you
more...

Will we be seeing YOU and your AMAZING and BEAUTIFULLY
made tools at Aberystwyth, Philip?

Aberystwyth pronunciation guide:

Three syllables with stress on the middle one...
Aber-ust-with

Aber- just like it is written
-ust an uh? sound with st at the end, to rhyme with
dust
-with where the "th" is pronounced sort and sharp not
softly - sort of like "whiff" but more "th" than "ff".

It means "at the mouth of the river ystwyth"


Janet Kaiser
The Chapel of Art . Capel Celfyddyd
HOME OF THE INTERNATIONAL POTTERS' PATH
Criccieth LL52 0EA, GB-Wales Tel: (01766) 523570
E-mail: postbox@the-coa.org.uk
WEBSITE: http://www.the-coa.org.uk

----- Original Message -----

Dear Phil,

Are there still 'Exhibition-Vendor's Spaces' available?

I had been brooding about exhibiting and selling my
'Trim Tools' there...and
have procrastinated some...

Can you suppose any thing on what the attendence might
be as well?

Thank you!

Philip Poburka
BISON STUDIOS
Las Vegas, Nevada
U.S.A.