clennell on wed 19 dec 01
Victor Levin wrote:
> The Early-Bird registration fee is $150 Canadian for members of
> Fusion (Membership fees are $55.00 annually and include a
> subscription to a fine magazine.) Of course, you all know by now that
> the total cost is about $125 American with our Free Trade Discount.
> The cost is $200 plus membership in FUSION after February 28th.
> New dorm rooms are available for about $35 Canadian per night ($22 US).
>Dear Clayart Gang: Well, Vic has let the cat outta the bag so I might as well
give you some more details. the 5 day workshop that I am giving is on
Atmospheric firing- wood kiln and salt kiln May 21- 25. 10 folks bring pots
to be fired in wood and salt kilns - Liz Willoughby always first in line to
sign up and first at the awards ceremonies with her woodie teapots. Firing
and mini workshops all week, then the Fusion conference with Ruth Ann
Tudball- Britain, Grace Nickel- Winnipeg and followed by a week with Walter
Ostrom- NOva Scotia and Ron Meyers- Georgia . If any of you have dilemmas
about what workshops to go to. this is 2 solid weeks of big time HEAT at
Anyone interested let me know and I'll pass you back to Vic- he needs the
Victor Levin on wed 19 dec 01
The FUSION Conference 2002 will be on May 24-25, 2002 in Oakville,
Ontario (a half hour west of Toronto) at the lovely facilities of
Sheridan College home of a very successful ceramic program founded by
Winn Burke and now headed by Bruce Cochrane. Tony Clennell will be
there thru Saturday finishing up a week-long wood-fire course. (No
charge to look in on that.)
The Conference will feature Ruthanne Tudball from England who
specializes in soda fired work, and Grace Nickel from Winnipeg who
works in paper clay on larger forms.
The Early-Bird registration fee is $150 Canadian for members of
Fusion (Membership fees are $55.00 annually and include a
subscription to a fine magazine.) Of course, you all know by now that
the total cost is about $125 American with our Free Trade Discount.
The cost is $200 plus membership in FUSION after February 28th.
New dorm rooms are available for about $35 Canadian per night ($22 US).
For those who wish to extend their stay, Sunday will feature an
all-day symposium on Contemporary Ceramics at the Gardiner Museum in
Toronto. Costs and details on this are not finalized yet. Needless to
say, The Gardiner always puts on a great conference and exhibition.
Call 416 438-8946
fax: 416 438-0192
see the web site at www.clayandglass.on.ca
(Oh, and did I mention that it is all happening less than 30 minutes
from Tony and Sheila's cute little studio?) Call Tony to reserve
your tent sites.