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Jennifer Harnetty

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  1. Hello CAN Community Members! Just a brief note here to give a quick update on the status of the forum. Thank you all for hanging in there with us during the transition to the new version of the forum and server migration! We wanted to let you know that we appreciate your patience as we work out the bugs and get to know how the new version works. We do hear your feedback and we are working to try to make the forum as useful as it can be to everyone. You may notice that we recently implemented some changes that some of you have asked for. Status updates now appear on the right rail, as well as a couple of other things that used to be there! For that, I have to thank moderator extraordinaire Mea @GEP for figuring out how to make that change! Please continue to post questions and comments about the general use and functionality of the forum in this section and we will do our best to address issues as quickly as they can. Also, if you know the answer to questions another user posts, please chime in. In the long run, I think this upgrade will make the forum more stable and we will have far fewer problems. We hope you will all grow to love using the new forum and that it continues to help artists share ideas and solve problems in the studio! Best, Jennifer Harnetty
  2. Update on the forum, thanks for your patience, feedback, etc.

    @Marcia Selsor I just noticed I do have the like button. I was messing around in the back and and I wonder if I somehow turned it back on! I still don't see it for you though. Also, I think I got rid of the "won the day" stuff. I will keep plugging away at the like button thing.
  3. Update on the forum, thanks for your patience, feedback, etc.

    Hi Marcia, I am not sure why some people (including myself) do not have the like buttons and I have a support ticket open about the issue. Hopefully I will hear back from them soon and we can get the like buttons back on your posts. I will let you know when I get it fixed. Thanks, Jen
  4. Terms Of Use

    I thought I would post these here just for reference... Forum Terms of Use/User Agreement CeramicArtsDaily.org and its related forums are owned by The Ceramic Publications Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of The American Ceramic Society, a non-profit organization headquartered in Westerville, Ohio. The Ceramic Publications Company reserves the right to change the Terms of Use/User Agreement at any time. The changes will appear in this section, and by using these forums you agree in advance to accept all changes. All information is presented as is, and your reliance on any information presented on this site or its forums is at your own risk. Although Ceramic Publications Company may monitor discussions, postings and other user generated content from time to time, we are under no obligation to review material on the web site, and you agree to hold us harmless from any actions based on content that you post or read on these sites. The content of this site and its forums is for private, non-commercial use only. No advertising of products or services is permitted, and any content deemed inappropriate will be edited and/or removed by the site administrators and moderators at their sole discretion. Messages express the views of the author of the message, not necessarily the views of these forums or The Ceramic Publications Company. Any user who feels that a posted message is objectionable is encouraged to report that post using the "report" button included on each post. We have the ability to remove objectionable messages and we will make every effort to do so, within a reasonable time frame, if we determine that removal is necessary. You agree, through your use of this service, that you will not use these forums to post any material which is knowingly false and/or defamatory, inaccurate, abusive, vulgar, hateful, harassing, obscene, profane, sexually oriented, threatening, invasive of a person's privacy, or otherwise in violation of any law. You agree not to post any copyrighted material to these forums unless the copyright is owned by you or by these forums. These Terms of Use and User Agreement, and any disputes arising out of or related to these forums and related sites, shall be governed by, construed and enforced in accordance with the laws of the State of Ohio.
  5. Terms Of Use

    Hi all, Just a reminder... The spirit and intention of this forum is to facilitate the free exchange of information. Please do not write comments here that you feel have an intellectual property value that you wish to control. You should expect anything you write here to be shared freely. Thank you, Jennifer and the Moderators
  6. Update on the forum, thanks for your patience, feedback, etc.

    Found the setting, with some help from Invision Support! You should now be able to see who likes what! Hooray! Thanks for your patience, y'all! Jen
  7. Update on the forum, thanks for your patience, feedback, etc.

    Thanks again @RonSa but we must be on a different version of the software because I am not seeing what you see! I will see what support has to say. Jen
  8. Ceramics Monthly Calendar

    Thanks for pointing that out, Marcia. We will get that fixed and post a new one ASAP.
  9. Update on the forum, thanks for your patience, feedback, etc.

    @RonSa We already have it set to "show reactions individually" so that's not it. I did change the allowed file types to Images Only, though. Thanks, Jen
  10. Update on the forum, thanks for your patience, feedback, etc.

    Thanks for the tip. I had already looked there, and I didn't find anything that seemed to be a setting for showing member names with Likes. Am I missing something? If you could elaborate on your post, @RonSa, it would be helpful. Thanks! Jen
  11. Update on the forum, thanks for your patience, feedback, etc.

    Hi all, I have searched and searched in the back end for settings on the Like function, but to no avail. I am reaching out to Invision (developers of the forum software) to see if they can help me find it. Fingers crossed the functionality still exists! Jen
  12. 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
  13. some mugs circa 2014ish

    From the album My work

  14. My work

  15. 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
  16. 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
  17. 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!
  18. 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!
  19. 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
  20. 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
  21. 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/
  22. A CAD subscriber sent this to me and I thought I would share it since others may have similar questions: Myself and two long time friends, are in the early but progressing stages of setting up our "Studio / Gallery". To preserve our very sacred friendship, succeed in our goal, and of course grow and prosper, I was wondering if you have published any papers, books etc. on working together as a co-op . We would be very interested in any direction you can send us because the more info the better! After viewing the videos of the pottery studio tours, it struck me that the energy that ceramicartsdaily generates you would be a great research point! Here's my response: In the January 2007 of Ceramics Monthly there is a great article about the Union Project, a nonprofit co-op in Pittsburgh. The founders of the Union Project did a great deal of research and share a lot of their findings in this article. Check your local library to find the archived issue of CM. Also, the entire research document was posted at one time on the Union Project's website: www.unionproject.org. Not sure if it is still there. Other than that, I would suggest browsing the CAD website (we have a lot of articles by working artists that might be insightful), as well as talking to other organizations that you see as models. Can anyone else weigh in on good resources for this type of project?
  23. The May 2010 issue of Ceramics Monthly is out the door and should be arriving in subscribers mailboxes any day now. So I thought now would be the perfect time to showcase the focus of that issue, the 2010 Emerging Artists, on Ceramic Arts Daily. This year, the editors of Ceramics Monthly chose seventeen promising artists who have been pursuing a career in ceramics for less than ten years to be featured in the magazine. In addition to sharing this work on CAD, I thought I would bring back the People's Choice Award to give CAD readers a chance to weigh in on their favorite emerging artist. So have a look at all of the great work here: http://ceramicartsdaily.org/ceramic-art-and-artists/ceramic-artists/emerging-artists-2010/ Then, click on the artist's names to read more about their work, and use the voting link at the bottom of the page to vote for your fave. The voting is open through Saturday, April 24 and I'll announce the winner Monday, the 26th! After you have voted, come back here and let us know your thoughts on this year's emerging artists. This selection of work is a good balance of the various kinds of work submitted and is therefore a good snapshot of current trends in ceramic art. What do you think of these trends? Is there a particular artist's work that really spoke to you? How do you feel about some of the mixed media work in the field? Discuss...! -Jennifer Harnetty editor, ceramicartsdaily.org
  24. 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
  25. Oh, how I want one of these! http://www.jetsongreen.com/2010/04/modern-green-affordable-studio-shed.html
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