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artmom111

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  1. [thank you so much for the info. i have been looking online at restaurant used equipment, as i was thinking about that when i saw the price of the professional ceramic work tables. Yipes! I've got a kiln - front loading. S far, that's all I have. I'm sleepy tired but wanted to drop a quick note of thanks to everyone for your help. Keep it coming - there's so much to think about and consider... quote name=oldlady' date='28 September 2012 - 07:40 PM' timestamp='1348882805' post='22831] continued because i was interrupted. sinks can be set at various heights to accomodate
  2. Yes, I did get your message but teach all day without a phon win my classroom. Email is MUCH better! Kanelson@dallasisd.org AWESOME! I would love for you to come by so I could pick your brain. Please let me know when you could come visit. I'm at Warren T. White HS. Did you get the message I left for you at your school? If not, I'll call again on Monday. K
  3. AWESOME! I would love for you to come by so I could pick your brain. Please let me know when you could come visit. I'm at Warren T. White HS.
  4. Excellent point! I am a high school teacher in Dallas ISD. I've been trying to get the school to offer ceramics for a while and they finally agreed. I am currently teaching about 200 kids per day and have a kiln. My classroom used to be a mechanical room turned into a science classroom, turned into my studio. We have 3 tiny sinks and only one wall for shelves. I've got some wobbly tables and student chairs.my desk takes up a serious portion of the room (the whole front) and cannot be moved. So... I know I want some Shimpo Whisper wheels & stools, a Cink, a pugger with extrusion
  5. I was looking at the Peter Puggers and was told a Shimpo was a better choice. Ideas, anyone???
  6. I just found out that I will be receiving between $15,000 and $30,000. I've got a brand new ceramics program. We have a kiln, and that's it - I need to get everything else. I would love all suggestions regarding floor plans, etc. the room I will be transforming is 24' x 22' and have the kiln elsewhere. I've got classes with 30 high school students. For sure, I want a pugger, slab roller, and some sort of sink, possibly a Cink that can handle clay. I've got an outside area that I'm contemplating screening and awning-ing so we can put the wheels outside. I just don't even know where to
  7. My husband and sons made me one for Christmas and its AWESOME. we got the plans online through ceramic arts online, in addition to a YouTube video. If you find one, email me and I will look and see if it's the one.
  8. I just found out that I will be receiving between $15,000 and $30,000. I've got a brand new ceramics program. We have a kiln, and that's it - I need to get everything else. I would love all suggestions regarding floor plans, etc. the room I will be transforming is 24' x 22' and have the kiln elsewhere. I've got classes with 30 high school students. For sure, I want a pugger, slab roller, and some sort of sink, possibly a Cink that can handle clay. I've got an outside area that I'm contemplating screening and awning-ing so we can put the wheels outside. I just don't even know where to
  9. I just found out that I will be receiving between $15,000 and $30,000. I've got a brand new ceramics program. We have a kiln, and that's it - I need to get everything else. I would love all suggestions regarding floor plans, etc. the room I will be transforming is 24' x 22' and have the kiln elsewhere. I've got classes with 30 high school students. For sure, I want a pugger, slab roller, and some sort of sink, possibly a Cink that can handle clay. I've got an outside area that I'm contemplating screening and awning-ing so we can put the wheels outside. I just don't even know where to
  10. Howdy - I'm starting a new ceramics program at my high school (Title I in Dallas) and wanted your suggestions as to the bare minimums I need to get the kids started. I've got just under 200 students for 6 weeks each/approx. 30 teaching days. What do I need? (clay, kiln, glazes, etc.) How much do I need? Major equipment needed? other? Thank you so very much - I appreciate your valued expertise on this!
  11. I am absolutely jealous! I am a HS art teacher and can't even seem to get a kiln. Where are you teaching - town/state? Just curious. I'm in a Title I school in Dallas.
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