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  1. I am teaching a workshop on soluble salts in low temperature saggers at La Meridiana next May 31-June 6, 2020. https://lameridiana.fi.it/product/23-2020-marcia-selsor-soluble-salts-in-low-fire-saggars/ We'll be covering several firing processes using ceramic sagger and foil sagger because it protects the kilns from contamination. I sometimes fire without saggers in my own kilns. Here are some examples of soluble salts in low temperatures. We will explore color development and using protective gloves. The course is limited to intermediate and advanced students with some ceramic chemis
  2. San Miguel de Allende Ceramics Workshops for 2018 offers a large number of figurative classes with well-known artists. I am the only one offering a non-figurative class on Alternative firing . San Miguel is well known as an artistic community in the mountains. My course is in Oct. 8-12. Here is the whole list https://www.sanmigueldeallendeceramicworkshops.com/2018-workshops
  3. From the album: Kilns designed/constructed by John Baymore

    A kiln building workshop I ran for the NH Potters Guild for building a combination wood fired and also gas fired crossdraft kiln. Here, the kiln is being built in the early stages.

    © John Baymore - all rights reserved

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