27th Annual California Conference for the Advancement of Ceramic Art


May 1-May 3, 2015
CCACA,
the California Conference for the Advancement of Ceramic Art,
celebrates its 27th year, presented by the John Natsoulas Center for the
Arts (521 First Street, Davis, CA) The conference takes place May 1-May
3, 2015.  
The
annual Ceramics Festival, hosted by the John Natsoulas Center for the
Arts, enters into its 27th year and continues to bring the leading
national and international ceramic artists to the Sacramento Valley for a
weekend of creative instruction and collaboration. This year’s
conference will feature captivating lectures and hands-on
demonstrations, participants will include Patti Warashina, Irina
Zayctevea, John Toki, Clayton Keyes, Chris Antemann, Beverly Mayeri, Shalene
Valenzuela, Esther Shimazu and many more. 
Artists and art lovers can interact with top artists in a way not possible at other venues. CCACA will be a weekend of demonstrations,
lectures, and art shows.  There is no other event that delivers more
inspired knowledge of ceramic sculpture for a better price.  
CCACA runs in conjunction with the annual 30 Ceramic Artists exhibition, from April 15 to May 16, 2015
Special
weekend showings will open Friday, May 1st and will run through Sunday,
May 3rd include free exhibitions of ceramic work by art students from
40 colleges and universities, as well as exhibitions of ceramic work by
well-known local artists at ten other Davis locations. Free shuttle
service will be provided to all exhibitions.
For schedule information or to register for the conference, please go to the CCACA website athttp://www.natsoulas.com
John Natsoulas Center for the Arts
521 First Street, Davis, CA 95618

Clay @ Play: Irony, Humor, & Whimsy in the Ceramic Arts

The 30th Alabama Clay Conference – February 26-28, 2015 in Birmingham

The Alabama Craft Council is pleased to announce the 30th Alabama
Clay Conference – ALCC 30 to be held in Birmingham February 26-28, 2015
at the Historic Boutwell Auditorium. Our ALCC 30 presenters are Nick Joerling from Penland, North Carolina, Peter Rose from Knoxville, Tennessee, and Patti Warashina from Seattle, Washington.

ALCC 30 is being held in conjunction with the 2nd Bunting
Ceramics Symposium at the Birmingham Museum of Art including ceramic
artist Kathy Butterly, Birmingham clay artist Frank Fleming and speakers Professor Glen R. Brown, Gail Andrews, Dr. Don Wood, and Dr. Graham Boettcher, Rob Hunter, Ellen Denker, and Joey Brackner. For more information about the Ceramic Symposium contact: Anne Forschler or Emily Hanna.

The Alabama Clay Conference – ALCC 30 is
sponsored by the Alabama Craft Council with partial funding from the
Alabama State Council on the Arts. Additional support provided by the
Birmingham Museum of Art, Greater Birmingham Convention & Visitors
Bureau, Olympic Kilns, Potters Council, SHIMPO Ceramics, and Royal Cup
Coffee.

Early Registration Extended – Register Now and Save $$$

ends Jan 31 midnight

www.alclayconference.org

If you need more information, contact.
Paula Reynolds
ACC & ALCC 30 Interim Director
Birmingham, Alabama
205-999-1698
(Alabama Craft Counsil