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  1. Looking for some advice. I am breaking down my studio in Colorado and will be moving to Barcelona Spain and setting up a new studio. I currently work at a ceramic supply store and get a 25% discount. My question is should I buy anything while I am stateside with my discount and bring things in suitcases over to Spain? or should I just get everything when I get there? One of the first things I would like to do is build a kiln on the rooftop. Are there items that are difficult to get there? Recommendations on where to find used equipment? Do you know any product design focused ceramic studios in Barcelona. Any other info you think would be useful to me? You can see my work on insta thebrasswheel Cheers Evan Powell
  2. Hi from Turkey, My name is Mehmet.I am at graduate school of Ceramics and Glass Art in İzmir. I am looking for an internship opportunity in Europe as an assistant in a studio,not necessarily looking for a paid position. I am skilled on free forming,mould making,preparing glaze,slip etc.. Does anyone have any suggestions or ideas? Thanks in advance! Mehmet
  3. The beautiful ceramic art studio at Ghost Ranch, New Mexico, affectionately called Pot Hollow was damaged by a 100-year flash flood this week. https://www.facebook.com/GhostRanch The studio, which was fully equipped and home to many workshops, is virtually destroyed. Many ceramic teachers and students have had incredibly meaningful experiences in Pot Hollow over the last 40+ years. Here is a listing of some of them in 2015: http://www.thesliptrail.com/pot-hollow-workshops-2015/ The (New Mexico Potters and Clay Artists (NMPCA) organization has worked to maintain and develop the facilities and equipment. Now, we need to reimagine a new studio at the ranch and help Ghost Ranch to bring about this rebuilding and carrying on of a long tradition of clay at Ghost Ranch. Anyone who has ideas of resources to help in this effort, please contact me. Judy Nelson-Moore Vice President and Webmaster New Mexico Potters and Clay Artists jnm@nmpotters.org www.nmpotters.org www.claystudiotour.com www.thesliptrail.com www.celebrationofclay.com
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