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potters council tile conference: pomona:october, pre announcement

updated fri 1 jul 05

 

Stephani Stephenson on thu 23 jun 05


Dear Folks,
I am going to tease you a bit here. Not my style... (oh right! ) =20
but..I Simply ...cannot...keep my mouth... shut... any longer......)

The Potters Council will be sponsoring a tile conference this fall in=20=

Pomona, California.

What I can tell you now is that

We are finalizing the schedule and a fabulous roster of presenters ,=20=

and will soon announce the conference officially and open=20
registration to Potters Council Members and the clay community at=20
large.

The Tile Conference is titled "Inside Tile: Tools, Traditions,=20
Techniques"
It will feature presentations on history, techniques and technical=20
information of interest to tilemakers , architectural ceramists , and =20=

basically anyone with an interest in the history , or making of tile=20
and architectural ceramics .

the specifics I CAN share with you at this time are :
Potters Council Conference:
Inside Tile: Tools, Traditions, Techniques
DATES:
October 6-9, 2005
LOCATION:

Cal Poly Pomona Downtown Center, Pomona CA
MORE INFO:

For now , the best way to keep tuned into announcements is to check the=20=

Potters Council website:
Stay tuned for more info on schedule, speakers, events, =20
accommodations, etc.

http://www.potterscouncil.org/pomona

This conference will be held in conjunction with a tile exhibit at the=20=

American Museum of Ceramic Art (AMOCA)
featuring the historic art tile collection of Norman Karlson, as well=20
as the work of contemporary tilemakers.
The Cal Poly Pomona Downtown Center is only a few blocks away from the=20=

museum.
AMOCA exhibit
" Laying the Foundation: American Art Tile "
July 9 =96 November 5, 2005

exhibit info at

http://www.ceramicmuseum.org/upcoming-exhibit.htm

This will be a stimulating, fun and informative conference so stay=20
tuned and mark the dates!

cheerio, and a good day in the studio to you,

Stephani Stephenson
steph@revivaltileworks.com
http://www.revivaltileworks.com

pdp1@EARTHLINK.NET on thu 30 jun 05


How does one get ahold of these folks?

There is no telephone number, and they do not ( so far ) reply to e-mail...

Any ideas?

Or must one 'wait' to 'July' sometime for more unilateral
non-reciprocal-communication
methods of 'info'?


...clue me in?


Thanks...


Phil
el ve


----- Original Message -----
From: "Stephani Stephenson"

Dear Folks,
I am going to tease you a bit here. Not my style... (oh right! )
but..I Simply ...cannot...keep my mouth... shut... any longer......)

The Potters Council will be sponsoring a tile conference this fall in
Pomona, California.

What I can tell you now is that

We are finalizing the schedule and a fabulous roster of presenters ,
and will soon announce the conference officially and open
registration to Potters Council Members and the clay community at
large.

The Tile Conference is titled "Inside Tile: Tools, Traditions,
Techniques"
It will feature presentations on history, techniques and technical
information of interest to tilemakers , architectural ceramists , and
basically anyone with an interest in the history , or making of tile
and architectural ceramics .

the specifics I CAN share with you at this time are :
Potters Council Conference:
Inside Tile: Tools, Traditions, Techniques
DATES:
October 6-9, 2005
LOCATION:

Cal Poly Pomona Downtown Center, Pomona CA
MORE INFO:

For now , the best way to keep tuned into announcements is to check the
Potters Council website:
Stay tuned for more info on schedule, speakers, events,
accommodations, etc.

http://www.potterscouncil.org/pomona

This conference will be held in conjunction with a tile exhibit at the
American Museum of Ceramic Art (AMOCA)
featuring the historic art tile collection of Norman Karlson, as well
as the work of contemporary tilemakers.
The Cal Poly Pomona Downtown Center is only a few blocks away from the
museum.
AMOCA exhibit
" Laying the Foundation: American Art Tile "
July 9 November 5, 2005

exhibit info at

http://www.ceramicmuseum.org/upcoming-exhibit.htm

This will be a stimulating, fun and informative conference so stay
tuned and mark the dates!

cheerio, and a good day in the studio to you,

Stephani Stephenson
steph@revivaltileworks.com
http://www.revivaltileworks.com