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Jennifer Harnetty

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About Jennifer Harnetty

  • Birthday 03/16/1972

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      Columbus, Ohio
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    kids, husband, family, friends, clay, music, gardening, dogs, horses, being crafty, books, movies, home improvement projects

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  1. Hi all,

    There was an issue with the forum software this morning, but I am told it has been resolved. Please clear  your browser's cache and refresh the page in your browser. That should do the trick!

  2. Hello Sue, You can unsubscribe by contacting customer service through the number below or through this form: https://ceramicartsnetwork.org/contact-us/ Ceramic Arts Shop & CLAYflicks – Customer ServicePhone: 866-672-6993 All best, Jennifer Harnetty
  3. And to clarify, you do not need to change your password on the forum, as it is on a separate platform than the main Ceramic Arts Network site. Thanks!
  4. Hello all, Some of you may have received an email asking you to change your password on Ceramic Arts Network due to a hacking attempt. Some thought it was an illegitimate phishing attempt, but it actually was a legitimate email from Ceramic Arts Network. The company that hosts Ceramic Arts Network had a security breach and while we are unsure if it reached Ceramic Arts Network, we do recommend users change their passwords. We can confirm that no financial information was accessed in the breach. If you have an account, please update your password at your earliest convenience. Thank you and sorry for the confusion! -Admins
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  7. It was suggested that we post a link to the Glossary on Ceramic Arts Network, so here you go: https://ceramicartsnetwork.org/glossary/ Enjoy! CAN admin and Mods
  8. How do I get from the Forum to the other sites like my online subscriptions to Ceramics monthly? Is there a link somewhere?


    1. Jennifer Harnetty

      Jennifer Harnetty

      Hi Marcia,

      We are looking into adding the link to the Ceramic Arts Network homepage to the navigation bar at the top. From there you can access Ceramics Monthly, Pottery Making Illus., ICAN etc. Hope to have it up there in the next day or so. For now, here is the link: https://ceramicartsnetwork.org/



    2. Jennifer Harnetty

      Jennifer Harnetty

      Actually, it is already up there! :) That was fast!

    3. Marcia Selsor

      Marcia Selsor

      Yay! This is really getting the kinks out fast. Amazing!


  9. Thanks for pointing that out, Marcia. We will get that fixed and post a new one ASAP.
  10. i love your picture and want to put it in my wallet.

  11. A reader sent this question about residual lead in kilns... I understand lead, when fired, gives off vapor and what not that effectively settles into a kiln making it unsuitable for use in firing functional ware. Is there any way to test a kiln for this? I have been looking for used kilns but many people are unaware of exactly what might have been fired in them. If lead is in the kiln is there a way to remove the lead, seal it or do something to the kiln as to make it usable again for food ware? Also, do other toxic materials such as Barium and Cadmium result in the same leaching and adhering to a kiln causing it to potentially pass into other ceramics meant for food? Thank you for your time and help! Can anyone weigh in?
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