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  1. Since March, I haven't been able to fire any of my work because my school is closed, and that's where the kiln I use is. I was lucky enough to be able to bring a wheel home with me and I've been using it every day. So the consequence is that I have an abundance of unfired pottery. I've searched everywhere for an open studio or someone who might let me use their home kiln, but nothing came up. I've considered buying a kiln of my own but I have nowhere near enough money and no source of income right now. Does anyone have ANY suggestions? Please help haha I'm losing my mind!
  2. Hey yall, I am a student and currently have a glaze making assignment for my class and I found a recipe that goes (in grams): custer feldspar 99 talc 63 silica 48 EPK 45 Whitening 36 zinc oxide 9 +22.5 titanium oxide 6 copper oxide black 6 copper oxide red I got through making most of the recipe and then found out we dont have the zinc oxide, is there something I could replace it with? I dont care if it ends up not being the color I want as long as it ends up as a high fire glaze. Im very new at this and have no idea what Im doing, please help.
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