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  1. Hello, Everyone. I'm looking for a week-long (approx) ceramic workshop someplace warm in March, April or May 2018. Anywhere! Thank you in advance for your suggestions. These are the kinds of things that I enjoy making, but I'd be happy to experiment with something new.
  2. As some of you already know, I am in Belgium at the moment. At the 17th Chawan Expo in Hemiksem. That’s approx. 400 miles away from my Swiss home. At the opening ceremony I got to know artists who travelled to Belgium from all over Europe, from Taiwan, or even from Australia. That’s impressive! So tell us, how far would YOU travel for a show of your work or for an interesting exhibition or event, or for a workshop etc.? Evelyne
  3. Hi Guys, I looked into several insurance options this far, including that offered by the Potters Council. I found it interesting that insurance companies put higher $$$ on porcelain than other pottery. Is there anyone else that experience the same? Also because part of my work is operated online, I find that insurance companies want to load that part too. all my transactions goes through Paypal, so I do not end up with credit cards that need to be secured. Is there anyone that covered this that is willing to provide some tips. Thanks. Antoinette.
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