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Potters Council Members / Show / Reception / Portland Nceca

18 March 2017 - 03:04 PM

As always....... NCECA is an exciting "gathering of the clan" kind of event........with total clay overload. I'm looking forward to maybe seeing some fellow Potters Council members at the Portland NCECA. I'll be at NCECA all week, some times at the NHIA (non-profit area) table, and for sure at the PC Reception.   In case you forgot, remember that you got this notice in you inbox a little while ago:



Join us! We have two great events you won't want to miss at NCECA March 22-25 in Portland, Oregon.
  1. 2017 Potters Council Juried Show — We have such talented members and we're excited for you to see their works in person! The display will be open March 22-24 in the exhibit hall. Click here to get a sneak peek of all of the pieces selected. Then stop by booth #602 in the Resouce Hall to see them in person!
  2. Member Reception  Come see us on Wednesday, March 22 from 5-6pm in the Skyview Terrace inside the Oregon Convention Center. There will be food, a cash bar, prizes, and friends. Feel free to bring a clay buddy as well!
We have a special offer for those of you coming to NCECA: Renew onsite and receive an extra 10% off any book or dvd purchases in addition to our show specials!



Potters Council Members.......it Is Time To Vote!

20 January 2017 - 11:37 AM

Just a reminder here......... it is time to place your vote for who will represent you on the Potter's Council Advisory Board.


See the latest Potters Pages for the candidates bios.






Former President and Immediate Past President

John Baymore Solo Exhibition, Thayer Gallery, Ma Feb-Mar 2017

14 January 2017 - 12:56 PM


Breaking The Mold: A Collaborative Exhibition With Tokyo University Of The Arts | Sep 1...

20 September 2016 - 03:01 PM

Breaking the Mold: A Collaborative Exhibition with Tokyo University of the Arts.


This show features more than 50 works of contemporary ceramic art forms created by faculty and students of the Tokyo University of the Arts (Geidai). Colby-Sawyer College, and guest works by faculty and students from Dartmouth College, New Hampshire Institute of Art, and John Stark Regional High School.

The exhibition remains open through Tuesday, Nov. 1. Gallery hours are Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.


Exhibition made possible by Colby Sawyer College Cultural Events Committee, The Fulbright Commission, and Tokyo University of the Arts.


Included Artists:


Chris Archer

Michael Bacote

Loretta Barnett

John Baymore

Jon Chu

Dave Ernster

Bess French

Ryder Gordon

Brenna Gourgeot

Sarah Heimann

Taku Higuchi

Riho Kawachi

Jon Keenan

Hattie Ketchen

Eric Maglio

Ryo Mikami

Maureen Mills

Lauren Morrocco

Riisa Ohgi

Karen Orsillo

Ben Putnam

Takato Sasaki

Aasuka Shikiba

Saki Shinizu

Jenny Swanson

Yuko Takahashi

Makoto Toyofuku

Naoki Yamamoto



Colby-Sawyer College


Colby-Sawyer College is located in New London, N.H. in the heart of the Dartmouth-Lake Sunapee region, known for the natural beauty of its lakes and mountains. The campus is just minutes from Interstate 89, which runs from Concord, N.H. to Burlington, Vt. and into Canada.

Traveling North on I-89
  • Exit 11 - Right off of exit to New London.
  • Proceed one mile and turn left onto Rt. 114/Main St.
  • College will be on your right as you enter town.
Traveling South on I-89
  • Exit 12 - Left off of exit to New London.
  • Follow Newport Rd. about 2.5 miles through town. You will travel through a roundabout approximately 2 miles down Newport Road; take the second exit on the roundabout (straight) and continue on Newport Road.
  • Bear right onto Main St./114, follow another mile.
  • College will be on your left.




Understanding Glaze Chemistry Workshop | Nov. 12, 2016 | Manchester Nh

24 August 2016 - 10:57 AM



Sharon Campus of New Hampshire Institute of Art


Nov 12 (Saturday), 10am – 3pm


Professor John Baymore




This one-day seminar workshop will provide participants with a basic understanding of the core concepts that can impact the creation, use, and evaluation of ceramic glazes for studio use. The use of the popular Insight ceramic chemistry calculation software will be introduced, and the approach used to this can be applied to any ceramic chemistry software. Troubleshooting of fired results, "food-safe" qualities, health and safety, legal requirements, and ventilation concepts will also be touched upon. Handouts will be provided to all participants.


Prerequisite: Intermediate or greater background in ceramic work


To Register



148 Concord Street

Manchester, NH 03104-4858






Community Education Office

(603) 836-2564




Manchester Campus:

Mon – Fri, 9am – 4:30pm

Registrar, 148 Concord St., Manchester, NH


Sharon Arts Campus:

Mon – Fri, 9am – 3pm

457 NH Route 123, Sharon, NH




[email protected]








New Hampshire Institute of Art

Community Education Office

148 Concord Street

Manchester, NH 03104-4858