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Marcia Selsor

Member Since 16 May 2010
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Slab roller is broken down and ready to load. I love Bailey equipment. My pug Mill is also ready. Took the lever and counter weight off, wrapped the pressure gauge as that got b... Updated 02 Dec · 1 comments

About Me

Marcia Selsor is a full-time ceramic artist, workshop presenter, writer, teacher and alchemist investigating making marks on ceramic surfaces. She has a BFA from the Philadelphia University of the Arts and an MFA from Southern Illinois University -Carbondale. Her professional ceramics experience spans 50 years and includes 25 years of teaching at Montana State University-Billings where she was awarded the title Professor Emerita by the State Board of Regents. She was awarded two Fulbright Scholars Awards; Spain 1985-86 and Uzbekistan 1994. She was a Visiting Faculty at University of Hawaii-Manoa and University of Texas-Brownsville.She has taught workshops internationally at Centro Agost in Spain;1996-1999; Crema in Seville, Spain 1996; La Meridiana since 2001-2015; AIR Vallauris in France 2012; The Scottish Potters Association 2016. She has had 9 residencies both in the US and abroad including the Archie Bray Foundation in Helena, Montana; The Banff Center for Creative Arts in Canada, AIR Vallauris in Southern France; The Clay Studio in Philadelphia, Pa.; and at CRETA in Rome, Italy and four international symposiums: Dzintari in Jurmala,Latvia in 1991; two at the national Factory in Tashkent, Uzbekistan in 1992 and '93; fourth at El Torn, Barcelona Spain. Her work is included in public and private collections in 12 countries on three continents. She has served on the Board of NCECA and the Potters Council and the Technical Staff for Ceramics Monthly . She loves to teach and share her knowledge and experiences of working with other ceramic artists worldwide.
Ceramic Arts Daily recently released a dvd "Expanding the Potential of Raku Kiln with Marcia Selsor" http://ceramicartsda...-the-raku-kiln/
Upcoming Events 2016
Winter 2016/17 moving back to Montana and settling in Red Lodge.
Sept. 2017 Sept 3-9th. Alternative Firing Techniques, La Meridiana, Italy. http://www.lameridia...elsor-36-17.htm

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    "I have been working in clay since 1966. -an industrial design major in a ceramics elective. I got hooked!. I love the fire, kilns, tactile surfaces and the comraderie of the folks who live with this humbling medium. My interests in Clay include dynamics of Kiln designs, Glaze Chemistry, Throwing, building kilns, making tools, for new forms and textures, alternative firing processes and the World History of Ceramics. On a non-ceramics note I enjoy cooking and gardening,observations of nature including wild horses and birds incorporating into my art, travel, museums,


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