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  1. Our studio inventory consists of Cone 6 Clay Bodies and Glazes. We use L&L Electric Kilns primarily. Our local suppliers have not kept a reliable stock of Cone 6 inventory and we have started looking into other options. One is Aardvark. They do not seem to supply much Cone 6 Clay and I was wondering to what extent Cone 5 clay will handle Cone 6 firing. To be clear, we would be looking to fire Aardvark, Cone 5 Clay bodies with Cone 6 glazes in our electric kilns until we can either find a reliable source of Cone 6 Clay or migrate our inventory over to Cone 5 Clay and Glazes. Might anyone have working experience in this situation?
  2. Please join us at the Art Students League for a series of workshops in Denver with Jonathan Kaplan. This is an opportunity to work with one of NCECA's "Glaze Doctors" to learn the basics about clay and glazes. The first of three sessions begins on October 3, 2014. Register at http://registration.asld.org/CatalogSearch.aspx or call 303-778-6990. Thanks! Shelley Schreiber Ceramics Studio Manager Art Students League of Denver WkshpFlyer_JKaplanfall2013.pdf WkshpFlyer_JKaplanfall2013.pdf
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