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chinese clay art newsletter jan. 2007

updated wed 17 jan 07

 

Guangzhen Zhou on tue 16 jan 07


OPPORTUNITIES
Call for Entry: International Ceramic Jewelry Exhibition, XYZ Gallery,
Beijing, China, Deadline: April 15, 2007. Send in images (indicate size and
price in US$) by e-mail for qualification. If accept, send jewelry to us.
Catalog will be printed. E-mail address: editor@ChinesePotters.com

November 5-9, 2007, The 2nd ICMEA Conference. Organized by International
Ceramic Magazine Editors Association, and endorsed by International Academy
of Ceramics, National Council for Education in Ceramic Art, USA.
Theme: Appreciation of Ceramic Art
Call for entries for lectures--20-minute presentations on topic of
speaker’s choice
The aspects of ceramics include marketing, gallery and museum directions,
and critical writing. Deadline: April 30, 2007.
Featuring:
Call for entries for 2nd World Emerging Artists Ceramic Competition
10 awards of an ICMEA residency for one month at FLICAM at the levels of
Gold (US$1000), Silver(US$800), and Bronze(US$500). Call is looking for
entries from artists who have 8 years or less ceramic working experience.
For details see www.FLICAM.com ICMEA section
ICMEA Fuping Pottery Art Village, Fuping, Shanxi, 711700 China




Guangzhen "Po" Zhou
The Chinese Clay Art, USA
PO Box 1733
Cupertino, CA 95015
Tel. 408-343-3919, 408-777-8319, Fax. 408-777-8321
www.chineseclayart.com, chineseclayart@hotmail.com
Art Tools are Part of Art Works.

Guangzhen Zhou on tue 16 jan 07


New Poster
New Poster 100 Images of Chinese Historical Ceramic Art
The educational ceramic art poster No. 2, “100 Images of Chinese
Historical Ceramic Art” (size 21” x 31”) was just compiled by
Guangzhen Zhou recently. In the poster, a hundred images of Chinese ceramic
historical pieces were selected from the Neolithic to the Qing Dynasty of
1911. The chronographically ordered pieces are representatives of ceramic
art in Chinese history from their variety of form and color, the glaze and
decoration techniques, the importance of pieces in the different periods and
production areas. Also, “A Brief Chinese Chronology” is printed on
the left bottom for reference.
Educational ceramic art poster No. 1 was “100 Contemporary Teapots of
Yixing China” printed two years ago. In the poster, a hundred Yixing
teapots were selected from 63 well-known Yixing artists, including all of
the National Arts and Crafts and Ceramic Masters.
Please see the picture at www.ChineseClayArt.com




Guangzhen "Po" Zhou
The Chinese Clay Art, USA
PO Box 1733
Cupertino, CA 95015
Tel. 408-343-3919, 408-777-8319, Fax. 408-777-8321
www.chineseclayart.com, chineseclayart@hotmail.com
Art Tools are Part of Art Works.