syrylyn on sat 18 nov 06
Is any one doing or aware of any glaze formulation workshops in 2007? I
live in the midwest but possibly could go a little farther from home
Thanks for any info.
John Britt on sun 19 nov 06
I am having one at Mudfire in Atlanta:
It will be a quick weekend, kinda of an overview but I am also planning to
have some small more indepth workshops at my studio 3 miles from Penland
Let me know if you are interested,
Ian Currie on sun 19 nov 06
Next March/April I will be in the US conducting a few workshops on
using my grid method for discovering and understanding glazes.
Venues and times are still being negotiated. There are still a
couple of slots if you or anyone else would like to organise one.
Please e-mail me:
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You can find about workshops, grid method etc. at my website:
I will post the itinerary to Clayart once the tour is finalised.
For those friends who have been concerned for me, I am well and
moving ahead. Getting back into wood firing and getting some really
pleasing results. I hope to catch up with some of you at NCECA 2007.
On 19/11/2006, at 6:41 AM, syrylyn wrote:
> Is any one doing or aware of any glaze formulation workshops in
> 2007? I
> live in the midwest but possibly could go a little farther from home
> Thanks for any info.
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syrylyn on mon 20 nov 06
How long do the ones at Penland last? A week? More?
> I am having one at Mudfire in Atlanta:
> > http://www.mudfire.com/john-britt-workshop-20071006.htm
> It will be a quick weekend, kinda of an overview but I am also planning to
> have some small more indepth workshops at my studio 3 miles from Penland
> this summer.
> Let me know if you are interested,
> John Britt