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  1. Hi all, It is lovely to read your posts and get a an idea of the positive vibe in this community! I was wondering if you have any tips or ideas about the following; after sitting at home behind a computer for a year i'm finally vaccinated and my company has granted me a career break of 3 months starting june 1st. In college I took a couple ceramic classes and I would love to pick up wheel throwing and combine that with a visit to Guatemala or Mexico (my husbands job is taking is in that direction). Any tips on places to go, creative retreats or ceramic schools I should try? Than
  2. Hi again! I saw a few posts relating to where to get your BFA in ceramics, but they were all circa 2012, and there weren't many school options. Does anyone have some more recent ideas of good ceramic undergrad programs? I'm based out of Portland, Oregon but I'm more than willing to go nearly anywhere for the right program. I'm used to/fluent in ^10 firings, glaze and clay mixing, raku, wood fire, soda & salt fire, and kiln construction and repair (to an extent). I mainly do handbuilding and slab work, not to mention sculpture in many different media, but I'm also familiar with wheel throwi
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