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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 he
  3. [FINAL CALL FOR ENTRIES!] 5/1-8/2 FRANZ RISING STAR PROJECT selects 100 pieces of artworks annually, and sponsors USD$ 1,000 for each. We also provide opportunities to participate international exhibitions and sales channel resources for young talents, such as Today Art Museum, Porzellanikon SELB, MIC International Museum of Ceramics in Faenza, British Ceramics Biennial, The Artling, Hongik University, Japan Industrial Designers’ Association, and Japan Craft Design Association. With every possibility of international exposure, we encourage young talents to pass down the histo
  4. Hello all. I am currently a student at my local cummunity collage, and have a few classes and some experience under my belt. I have a small collection of my work, but I have always had someone else fire my work. I recently came up on a great deal for a Jen-Ken kiln. It was purchased back in 1995 and has never been used. It is a PFG-18-E with a Perfect Fire control digital control panel. I am just starting out and learning so any help on any topic would be greatly apreciated. Here are a couple topics I need the most help in: Can I put this in my garage as long as I have adiquit vent
  5. Just wanted to let you guys know that I'm the featured member story for September on the NCECA blog. Super excited to be featured and kinda just surprised. Hope you can check it out. http://blog.nceca.net/member-story-spring-montes Thanks, Spring
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