Happy Holidays from Musing about Mud.

From my family to yours, happiest of holidays to you, however you chose to celebrate them.
May the season and the new year bless you.
May your corner of the world be filled with peace.
May you be healthy and happy, creative and inspired.
May you find your life filled with family and friends.


2012 Workshops at the Bray

Registration starts on January 11th.

Throwing, Altering, Assembling for Use
and Innovation

Instructor: Walter Keeler
March 16–17

Become a
Master of Plaster

Instructor: Nicholas Bivins
June 1–3

Mash and Mingle: Exploring the Decorative Impulse

Instructors: Matt Metz &
Liz Quackenbush
June 11–22

New Forms to Finish:
Soda Firing

Instructors: Matt Long &
Brad Schwieger
July 9–13

Cut and Construct

Instructor: Christa Assad
August 24–26

The Psychologically Charged Figure

Instructor: Christina West
September 21–23

Pottery as Site:
the Decorated Object

Instructor: Andrea Gill
October 19–20


Registration Information
Walter Keeler
Nicholas Bivins
Matt Metz & Liz Quackenbush
Matt Long & Brad Schwieger
Christa Assad
Christina West
Andrea Gill

For more information contact:
The Archie Bray Foundation
2915 Country Club Ave.
Helena, MT 59602
phone: 406/443-3502
e-mail: archiebray@archiebray.org

or visit their website.


Hosted by the Craft Potters Association of Great Britain in partnership with Ceramic Review


Friday 24 February – Sunday 26 February 2012


In the Henry Moore and Gulbenkian Galleries at The Royal College of Art, Kensington Gore, London SW7 (adjacent to the Royal Albert Hall)

Opening Hours

Friday: 10am – 6pm
Saturday: 10am – 6pm
Sunday: 10am – 5pm

Ceramic Art London is now in its eighth year and recognised as the leading international fair for contemporary ceramics, with over 75 ceramic artists displaying a varied selection of exciting and challenging work. There is something for everyone, for those already in the know this is an opportunity to explore further and buy directly from the maker, for gallery owners and collectors it’s an opportunity to snap up new talent and for enthusiasts and visitors it’s an opportunity to chill out and simply enjoy the vibes.

All works for sale – with something to suit all budgets so everyone has an opportunity to make that special purchase and pick up one of the latest pieces from over 75 selected ceramic artists. Discover the pleasure of buying direct from the maker and visit our online Exhibitor Gallery for a preview of the work of the exhibitors at CERAMIC ART LONDON 2012 (available in Autumn 2011)
Free Discovery Programme. Each day there will be a diverse Programme of demonstrations, talks and discussions, providing a forum for professional development and giving visitors an insight into the current issues, working practices and techniques involved in the production of ceramic art
Exhibition by RCA Ceramics students showing the future of studio ceramics
Full colour exhibition guide with images of the work and details of all exhibitors, plus introductory essays by leading makers

Tickets will be on sale in advance and can be purchased by phone or by visiting our Tickets page. A three day Ticket will also be available to enable you to enjoy the full Event Programme. Each ticket includes a free Exhibition Guide and Catalogue. Re-entry will be available for single-visit ticket holders to collect purchased works or to attend specific daily sessions of the event programme.

Visit the website here.