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  1. I read an interesting Facebook post from Simon Levin and Carter Gillies about having a "children only" section during sales events. The idea is to price items low enough that a child (or young person) could experience buying something handmade, perhaps for the first time. As Mr. Levin writes, "Get pots in kids' hands. Let them know that objects can come from someone they can meet. And that they can own them for themselves." I don't know all of the details of how this might work, but there is something about engaging younger people into the world of hand-made that makes this very attractive to me. Are any of you doing something similar at your sales events? -Paul
  2. Maite Rodríguez

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  3. Hi All, I'm a new member on this forum and wanted to ask your opinion which pottery wheels would be the best choice for clay workshop with children? I' setting up a new studio where I will teach children's and adult's groups pottery. I appreciate any suggestion. Thank you, Olga Blushtein www.artisto.ca
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