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  1. Hi Guys, I am not sure if this is the right place to post this, but I would like to share this interview with you. I will be teaching porcelain in Europe again in 2018. This video is a glimpse of the fantastic opportunity I had in the summer of 2016. I taught in 6 different countries. This video was made in Slovenia
  2. Plinth Gallery is pleased to present a Steven Hill Workshop in Denver CO Date: Saturday and Sunday August 5-6, 2017 Time: 9am-5pm Cost: $225 Location: Plinth Gallery 3520 Brighton Blvd Denver CO 80216 www.plinthgallery.com To reserve your space: gallery@plinthgallery.com or call 303 295-0717 This workshop is already filling up fast so if you would be interested in learning from a master potter and decorator, this is a workshop to attend.
  3. A few open spaces remain for the 4 day comprehensive tilemaking workshop I will be teaching at Cloudy Mountain Pottery, in the foothills of the Cascade Mtns near Bellingham Washington. We will cover clay bodies, field tile and trim, glazing, relief tile, plaster moldmaking, design, layout, etc. It is all hands on. Some lodging may be available, please contact Shelly Stark. Instructor is a full time professional tilemaker ,sculptor and ceramist. this looks to be a fantastic workshop with a great group of people in a truly lovely setting August 9-12. 4 days. $425. contact Shelly Stark 360 5499 9558 See you there! Stephani Stephenson Revival Arts Studio/Revival Tileworks http://www.revivaltileworks.com
  4. From the album Kilns designed/constructed by John Baymore

    A kiln building workshop I ran for the NH Potters Guild for building a combination wood fired and also gas fired crossdraft kiln. Here, the kiln is being built in the early stages.

    © John Baymore - all rights reserved

  5. DATE : August 9-12, 2016 LOCATION: Cloudy Mountain Pottery, Maple Falls ,WA HANDMADE TILE: 4 days, comprehensive workshop with Stephani Stephenson of Revival Tileworks Join us this summer, August 9-12 2016, at Cloudy Mountain Pottery for an exciting 4 day workshop with the fabulous Stephani Stephenson. This will be an intensive, comprehensive hands on tile making workshop. Come learn design, relief modeling/ carving, making field tile and trim, moldmaking, extruding, pressing and forming techniques. If that isn’t enough, we will also cover drying, firing, clays, surface treatments and glazing. Participants will make a relief tile and reusable mold. Cost: $425 includes 4 day workshop and all materials. Stephenson is a full time tile maker and sculptor. She brings a sense of both history and exploration, experience and high energy to her workshops. link to information: http://cloudymountainpottery.com/events/
  6. Hands-On Raku Workshop with Patrick Crabb and Jim Romberg at Ceramic Services, Ontario CA, October 17-18th, 2015. Exhibition of their art at AMOCA Oct. 12-Nov. 1, 2015, in the Studio Gallery Artist Reception Saturday, Oct. 17, 2015 from 6 to 9 PM in the Studio Gallery, American Museum of Ceramic Art (AMOCA), Pomona, CA Join us for a fantastic Hands-On Raku workshop with two Raku Masters: Jim Romberg and Patrick Crabb. Here is a brief list of some of what they will be covering: Considerations for surface treatment. To Glaze or Not to Glaze­—That is the Question. How to glaze ? Exercises to expand vision and understanding of surface and form 101 varieties of glaze application The relation of glaze to form. Making your own brushes. Special reduction techniques and materials Combination wheel and hand building works from small to large “one-of-a-kind†pieces Low temp firings to include raku/low fire salt/sawdust/sugar Assembling/finalizing a deconstruction piece Creativity exercises—AND MORE!!! Fee: $285 OR $265 for studio members and members of ACS So Cal, AMOCA, Ventura Co. Potter’s Guild and San Diego Clay Artists Potluck lunches both days. Bring throwing tools and 4 small to medium sized pieces of bisque. Call Lenny at 909.986.1566 to reserve your spot.
  7. Porcelain Workshops

    Hi Everyone, I would like to inform you of future workshops that I will present . The workshop in Sunnyvale California is postponed until October. I will confirm the exact date later. The Arvada Ceramic Arts guild host a compact hand-son workshop on August 8-9 On Sunday night the Castle Clay group will host a slide presentation a slideshow presentation, describing my background, inspirations, motivations etc. including past and current work as well as a discussion of influences from my upbringing in South Africa. We will follow that up talking specifically about the business side of art; how to get into shows, exhibits and galleries; relationships with gallery owners, photography and presentation to get into the same, developing a body of work, marketing, etc. In September 2015 I will do another hands-on workshop at the John C Campbell Folk School. The next online workshops are available for registration again. This time we are opening "Wheel thrown Porcelain Dinnerware" and "Hand building Porcelain" Both classes will run from July 27 until September 3rd, with further viewing of material until October 2nd. In 2016 I will travel to Europe to present workshops there. Details TBA. Information about these workshops are available on www.porcelainbyAntoinette.com
  8. Anagama Wood Firing Workshop with John Baymore April 1 – 5, 2015; Unloading on April 12, 2 015 SCER084 Sharon Arts Campus of the New Hampshire Institute of Art, Sharon, NH Come fire your ceramic work in our new anagama kiln! This past summer, we built an anagama kiln on the Sharon Arts Center campus. This past fall, we fired the kiln for the first time and achieved wonderful results. This spring we are excited to offer an immersive workshop. The Anagama Workshop is an opportunity to learn the intricacies of wood-firing through hands-on experience with a large anagama. With the guidance of master wood-fire artist, John Baymore, students will prepare, load, fire, and unload the anagama kiln. John will also lead various presentations and discussions about the process and history of wood-firing. The first two days of the workshop will focus on glazing, wadding, and loading the ware into the anagama, with consideration of the forms going in and the path of the flame during the firing. The kiln will then be fired in shifts around the clock for three days as it reaches 2400 degrees. Participants will serve on 3 shifts at various times of the firing. As the firing progresses, discussion will focus on what changes are happening in the flow of the kiln and with the ware inside. Unloading the kiln, there will be review and reflection on the results and impact of the making, stacking and firing. Participants in the Anagama Workshop will bring work to the kiln and be able to have approximately 8 square feet of ware in the firing. For those that want to have work in the anagama kiln but do not want to take the workshop, there is limited space available. If you are interested in either level of participation (the 5-day Anagama Workshop, or having work in the firing), or for detailed workshop information and costs, contact: Maureen Mills, Chairperson, NHIA Ceramic Dept., mmills@nhia.edu or (603) 836-2565. http://www.nhia.edu/assets/NHIA630CEwtr-spr15web.pdf New Hampshire Institute of Art Continuing Education Office 148 Concord Street Manchester, NH 03104-4858
  9. Making Handbuilt Chawan The formal Japanese Tea Ceremony (Chanoyu) has had a profound impact on both the Japanese and world ceramics since the feudal era in Japan. The making of formal tea bowls (Chawan) is considered the pinnacle of the art of the potter in Japan. This six-session class will share two specific hand-forming techniques for the making of Chawan. It also will explore the “rules†for desired formal attributes of a Chawan within the context of real Chanoyu. A discussion of the formal Chanoyu process will be included, and we will conclude our classes by sharing Matcha (i.e. ceremony tea) out of the bowls we have made in a semi-formal Tea Ceremony in which the class participants get to be both hosts and guests. Prerequisite: Basic clay skills. Limit: 10 Manchester, NH Campus Professor John Baymore MCER058 Wed, Oct. 1 – Nov. 5 7 – 9:50 PM & 9-5 PM tea ceremony on Sat, Nov. 8 6 Weeks & 1 Saturday / Amherst/Williams Building 204 Tuition: $154 / Material Fee: $20 FOR MORE INFORMATION OR QUESTIONS: Chris Archer (603) 836.2561 carcher@nhia.edu TO REGISTER FOR A CLASS: Rhiannon Mimms (603) 836.2564 CERegistration@nhia.edu LOCATIONS: Manchester Campus New Hampshire Institute of Art 148 Concord Street, Manchester, NH 03104-4858 www.nhia.edu
  10. Discover the world of South African ceramics, one of the most dynamic and diverse on the pottery planet. Take part in a learning journey around Cape Town that dovetails with an explosion of collaborative events hosted by Ceramics Southern Africa’s (CSA) activities in the month of November and endorsed by the 2014 World Design Capital. Join Magdalene Odundo OBE as award-judge at CSA’s National Exhibition, the highlight of South Africa’s ceramic calendar which showcases high-end, home-grown creativity – and as guest speaker at From African Earth, a collaboration exhibition between CSA and Iziko Museums of South Africa. Kenyan-born, Professor of Ceramics at the University for the Creative Arts, Farnham, Surrey, UK, Magdalene will share her sources of inspiration while demonstrating her approach to hand-building techniques in a full day’s workshop. Master classes, learn ceramic history in South Africa, visit the wine country, dine with the ceramic masters.activities included for non potters. Capeinsights.com
  11. Just posted my summer workshop information. in adition to a fantastic June workshop I'll be co-teaching with Marcia Selsor at La Meridiana, I am scheduling two workshops in July at a beautiful new venue in Oceanside, CA,( north of San Diego, near the beach and nestled in the palm and pines.) Registration is open, workshop size is small, happy to answer any questions and looking forward to seeing some of you! details are at http://www.revivaltileworks.com/arworkshops2014.html Stephani Stephenson http://revivaltileworks.com revivalsteph@gmail.com
  12. 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
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