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About Jennifer Harnetty

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    Columbus, Ohio
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    kids, husband, family, friends, clay, music, gardening, dogs, horsies, being crafty, books, movies, home improvement projects

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  1. My work

  2. some mugs circa 2014ish

    From the album My work

  3. Some Changes To The Forum

    Hi Folks! Wanted to let you know that you may soon notice a couple of changes to the forum. We have observed that a lot of postings on studio equipment were being made in the "In the Studio" forum and decided that, perhaps, we needed to make new forum category dedicated to those posts. So we are creating a new forum called Equipment Use and Repair, which will be moderated by Bruce Ciske. Thanks Bruce! We are also going to tweak the names of a couple of forums to make them more clear and intuitive. The moderators will be helping to move posts to the appropriate forums in the coming weeks and we think these changes will help make the forum more useful for everyone! Happy posting! Jennifer
  4. Hi Folks! Wanted to let you know that you may soon notice a couple of changes to the forum. We have observed that a lot of postings on studio equipment were being made in the "In the Studio" forum and decided that, perhaps, we needed to make new forum category dedicated to those posts. So we are creating a new forum called Equipment Use and Repair, which will be moderated by Bruce Ciske. Thanks Bruce! We are also going to tweak the names of a couple of forums to make them more clear and intuitive. The moderators will be helping to move posts to the appropriate forums in the coming weeks and we think these changes will help make the forum more useful for everyone! Happy posting! Jennifer
  5. Most of the questions below are also addressed in the Full Help Section And Terms Of Use, but we thought it might be helpful to gather a handful of the questions we see most about the functions of our forum software here. (please note: these are not clay-related questions, but software related). If you have a question that is not addressed here, ask your question as a new topic in this section. If it seems to be a common question, we'll add it here. I forgot my password/my password doesn't work! What do I do? Please note that your Ceramic Arts Community Forum account is not linked to your Ceramic Arts Daily account as they are different software platforms. If you sign in to one account, you will not automatically be signed in to the other. You may use the same password for both to make it easier to remember, but you will need to sign in to each account individually. If you have forgotten your password, you can click the I've forgotten my password link on the sign in page below the password box. This will take you to a page where you can enter your username or email address, and we will then either email you a new password that you can use or a link for you to reset your password. Note that if you locked your account by typing in the wrong password too many times, you will still need to unlock your account before you can use your new password. Please contact an administrator for assistance if you encounter trouble with a locked account. How do I start a new topic? To add a new topic, press the Start new Topic button. This may not be available for all forums. In forums where you cannot create a topic you will see You cannot start a new topic in place of the button. How do I attach an image? First, you might need to resize your image. The maximum files size for each post on this forum is 500kb. In Photoshop (or similar program) make sure your image is RGB, 72dpi, and we recommend under 600 pixels wide. Then go to File > Save for Web & Devices. You should see 4 versions of the image at differing levels of quality and file sizes. Choose the smallest file size possible without compromising your image quality. Then click Save. After you have your image resized, go to the bottom of your post and click More Reply Options, then to Attach Files at the bottom of the page. Click Choose File button. Navigate to your photo on your computer. Choose the file and click the Attach This File button. You will see a small thumbnail of your image on the left and an Add to Post button on your right. Click the Add to Post button. How do I report a post that violates the Terms of Use for the Forum? You can report content to all staff by pressing the Report button at the bottom right of each post when viewing the content. How do I contact a Moderator or Administrator? If you need to contact a moderator, or simply wish to view the complete administration team, you can click the link 'The moderating team' found at the bottom of the main board page. This list will show you administrators and moderators. Note that you can report content to all staff by pressing the Report button at the bottom right of each post when viewing the content. How do I manage my profile/settings etc.? Click on the arrow next to your name in the very top right of the web page. A list of specific things you can manage will appear, including Profile, Settings, and more. Navigate to the appropriate location and adjust to your heart's content. How do I update my avatar (profile picture)? Click on the arrow next to your name in the very top right of the web page. Navigate to My Profile. Click Edit my Profile in upper right. Click Change my Photo button and upload new photo. How do I add a hyperlink? To add a hyperlink, type in the text you wish to link and highlight it. Then click the hyperlink button ( ) in the editing toolbar above. A box will appear with a space for you to type or paste your link. Hit OK and your link will be inserted.
  6. If you're looking for some inspiration in the studio before the craziness of the holiday season, Darted and Decorated, a one-day workshop with Jennifer Allen, is just the ticket! In this workshop, which takes place October 5, 2013 in Columbus Ohio, Jennifer Allen will show you how to create interesting forms using single-pointed and double-pointed darting methods on both wheel-thrown and handbuilt forms. In addition, she’ll cover how to finish those forms with a variety of decorating techniques – from greenware through the bisque stage! Please note: This is a demonstration workshop. Learn more and register here: http://ceramicartsdaily.org/potters-council/darted-and-decorated-with-jennifer-allen/ Deadline to save $25 is September 15, 2013! Hope to see you there! Jennifer
  7. Potters Council and Ceramic Arts Daily are hosting a one-day workshop with master artist Ben Carter January 19, 2013! With limited space (only 35 spots!), this workshop will give you an intimate and in-depth look into Ben's signature forming and decorating techniques. Demonstrations include soft throwing, altering, working with foam slump molds, slip decorating, and underglaze painting. DESIGN FOR THE SOFT SURFACE with BEN CARTER January 19, 2013 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Columbus, Ohio Presented and hosted by Potters Council and Ceramic Arts Daily REGISTER BEFORE December 1, 2012 AND SAVE $25! Learn more here: http://ceramicartsda...ith-ben-carter/ Hope to see you there!
  8. Potters Council and Ceramic Arts Daily are hosting a one-day workshop with master artist Ben Carter January 19, 2013! With limited space (only 35 spots!), this workshop will give you an intimate and in-depth look into Ben's signature forming and decorating techniques. Demonstrations include soft throwing, altering, working with foam slump molds, slip decorating, and underglaze painting. DESIGN FOR THE SOFT SURFACE with BEN CARTER January 19, 2013 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Columbus, Ohio Presented and hosted by Potters Council and Ceramic Arts Daily REGISTER BEFORE December 1, 2012 AND SAVE $25! Learn more here: http://ceramicartsda...ith-ben-carter/ Hope to see you there!
  9. Mark - I too have never experienced this problem. And I am confused about the Clayart reference above. Can you please clarify? Also, it would probably be helpful to know what browser you are using. We will look into this. Thank you for bringing it to our attention. All best, Jennifer Harnetty editor, ceramicartsdaily.org
  10. Spam

    Hello all, We actually do have filters in place to block spam and they do a pretty good job. Our goal is to implement the best spam filters with the least impact on usability for our members. Occasionally, some spam manages to get through. It's the nature of the beast. Fortunately, our moderators are very diligent and do a great job of removing spam when it does get through. This is also a moving target as spammers are always finding new ways to game the system, so we are constantly re-evaluating and tweaking our filters. All best, Jennifer Harnetty
  11. Thanks Ghilayne! I'm happy to share those findings, and I am really glad that you find it helpful. Mea Mea's article was posted on Ceramic Arts Daily today. Check it out here: http://ceramicartsdaily.org/ceramic-art-and-artists/open-studios/the-hourly-earnings-project/
  12. Clayart Dead?

    Carl (and anyone else who's interested), Just an FYI, you can choose "Watch Forum" (top right of the landing page for each forum), and choose to get a digest emailed to you each day. You can do this with individual topics too. All best, Jennifer
  13. Oh, how I want one of these! http://www.jetsongreen.com/2010/04/modern-green-affordable-studio-shed.html
  14. In the Ceramic Arts Daily blog today, I posted a recent article from Ceramics Monthly on the efforts of several university ceramics programs to reduce their environmental impact. I thought I would try to continue the discussion here. So, read the article and then share your thoughts. Will these practices work for the average studio potter? What are you doing to make your studio practice more green?
  15. Polishing Your Image, Part 1

    Excellent tips, Leigh. I can attest to the importance of great images, speaking from the publications perspective!
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