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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
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