mel jacobson on mon 13 nov 06
yes, yes, and yes.
we have a grand time.
and, there is no time during your
pottery adventure that is better or
worse to meet other potters.
the clayart room is made for you.
folks meet, ask others to join them
for meals...and you will come home
with thirty new friends.
lots to learn too.
Clayart page link: http://www.visi.com/~melpots/clayart.html
Cindy Buehler on tue 14 nov 06
2007 will be my first NCECA conference and I am really looking forward to
it! I hope the content is not too far over my head. I don't know much
about glaze formulation, reviving dead pugmills, or building anagama kilns
with handmade bricks of clay dug from my own backyard. I just know that I
love the feel of clay, pulling it up on the wheel, creating coils,
smearing it together, pouring and dipping glazes and the magic of firing
the pieces. Clay is becoming my obsession. I look forward to being in a
group of people who understand.
I made reservations for NCECA at the Marriott, but when I looked at the
archives I noticed some of you are staying at a place called Galt House.
Is Galt House open for anyone? Are there many people from the list staying
there? Should I cancel my Marriott reservation and switch over? I will be
driving for Libery, MO. Anyone else from the Kansas City, MO area going?
L. P. Skeen on tue 14 nov 06
Cindy, the Galt House is the "official" clayart hotel. I think the
entire place will be booked by clayart folks, and there will be clayart
events in their conference rooms. You'll be lucky if they still have an
opening, but if I were you I'd try to get in.
Cindy Buehler wrote:
> I made reservations for NCECA at the Marriott, but when I looked at the
> archives I noticed some of you are staying at a place called Galt House.
> Is Galt House open for anyone? Are there many people from the list staying
> there? Should I cancel my Marriott reservation and switch over?
Marcia Selsor on wed 12 jan 11
Add me to the list. It will be 40 years since my first NCECA .