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  1. Hi there, I make things out of clay but I'm still a total newbie, never even fired my work yet. I have huge anxiety trying to work with a ceramics studio, people I have met were very rough and inpatient with me, Mostly due to the fact they added me to already experienced group at the time. They told me to come back after summer, when new beginner group comes. Long story short, I don't want to go back, I want to figure it out on my own. (Sorry if this sounds stupid, but I don't want to give up on ceramics, it's very important to me already.) So I joined your amazing forum, and I'm taking notes on all resources thank you for those! However. I am looking also for an online course like on skillshare or domestika to fill in my knowledge gaps. Could you recommend any? My goal is to create glazed planters for now. Thank you so much,
  2. 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? Thank you very much for your help!
  3. Hello everyone, I'm recently feeling very passionate about ceramics both as a medium of art and as a path of business. I used to do painting. I actually studied painting (BA) at university and Theory of Art (MA). However, being away from studio art for about 10 years ( just being into graphic design for living at a junior level), I'm considering to get back on the track. Running my own studio and creating art is becoming my dream once again, at the age of 34. Do you see any chance that I can improve in this field? Is it too late for me to begin from the zero ? How long does it take to learn the adequate techniques? I really appreciate any advice. Thanks in advance
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