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I am a high school teacher in Priceville, Alabama. This is the second year for our brand new art program and the first year in our new art room. We have a kiln room, but no kiln. I want my students to have the opportunity to work with clay, but we don't have the money for a kiln and are still trying to build up our account with money to be able to maintain and purchase the basics. When I was at my former high school, we would get a call periodically when someone wanted to donate an old kiln they did not need anymore. We didn't need them at the time. I thought it couldn't hurt to ask around on some of the online ceramics forums and see what I could find. Please let me know if you know of a good size kiln that needs a home.
Hi, I'm an art teacher based in Washington, DC and am interested in traveling to Mexico this summer to learn more about art and ceramics of the Mayan and Aztec people. I work in a Title 1 public school where some of my students are of Mexican descent. I'd like to be able to bring back into my classroom a better understanding and more creative ideas to my students. In my research to find some kind of professional development experience in Mexico, I thought someone in the Ceramic Arts Community might have a recommendation for me. Thanks for your help.
Hi All, I'm a new member on this forum and wanted to ask your opinion which pottery wheels would be the best choice for clay workshop with children? I' setting up a new studio where I will teach children's and adult's groups pottery. I appreciate any suggestion. Thank you, Olga Blushtein www.artisto.ca