movie day: American Craft February-March 2014 Trailer

Published on Jan 13, 2014
Take a peek at the exciting stories
coming up in the February-March issue of American Craft magazine,
including gorgeous tabletop ceramics, flameproof cookware, the best of
Baltimore Crafts, and an provocative essay about what craft can learn
from the local food movement.

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Undergraduate Showcase to appear in the September 2011 issue of Ceramics Monthly

To be considered, please submit the following by June 30, 2011:
• Up to five professional-quality digital images (300 ppi resolution on CD) and complete descriptions
of each work submitted
• A full-size color print (as large as the image will print at 300 ppi) of each image. Images should print to
at least five (5) inches in the smallest dimension; because accepted entries are printed, larger is better.
• Full contact information including e-mail
• 500 words discussing the body of work you are submitting
• Instructor name(s) and contact information
• Institution at which you study
Mail to:
Undergraduate Showcase | Ceramics Monthly | 600 N. Cleveland Ave. | Suite 210 | Westerville, OH | 43082
Arrival deadline: June 30, 2011
Do not submit materials in binders or folders. E-mailed submissions and submissions of more than five images will not be considered. Submitted materials will not be returned.
Due to the volume of submissions, we are unable to acknowledge receipt of materials.
Notification via e-mail will be sent by the end of July. Please, no phone calls.
Do you know a deserving undergraduate? Do they need a nudge?
Pass this along and help them get the recognition they deserve.
Open to all undergraduate students
enrolled in ceramics classes at accredited post-secondary
educational institutions, including 2011 graduates.

Limited time – view the new issue of Ceramics Monthly online!

March 2011
We really hope you enjoy the newly relaunched Ceramics Monthly. Dive right in, flip through, look around, and let us know what you think. Read the full Letter From the Editor.
View this issue online!
(open to everyone
for a limited time-
Flash 9 or higher required)

cover: Compound pocket vase, 12 in. (30 cm) in height, thrown and altered stoneware with resist glaze decoration, by Nick Joerling, Penland, North Carolina.

Call for entry: Art & Australia Contemporary Award

Closing date: 1 March 2010

The Art & Australia Contemporary Art Award is an acquisitive prize open to Australian and New Zealand artists who are within the first five years of their professional practice. Four artists are selected annually with their work featured on the back cover of Art & Australia, accompanied by a profile of their practice. One work from one of the four artists is then purchased for the Art & Australia collection.

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