Florida Heat Surface

Heat Surface: February 18-22nd at the Morean Center For Clay. 

Demonstrating Artists are: Adam Field, Ben Carter, Nick Joerling, Steve
Godfrey, Deb Schwartzkopf, Jen Allen, Heesoo Lee and Kari Radasch. 

full workshop is $550 or you can pay per day for $150. 

Go to www.moreancenterforclay.org for the full schedule and for more information. — with Kari Radasch, Steven Godfrey, Matthew Schiemann, Deborah Schwartzkopf, Benjamin Carter, Jennifer Allen and 이희수.

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

Early Registration Extended – Register Now and Save $$$

ends Jan 31 midnight


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

Ryan Greenheck and Nick Joerling @ Santa Fe Clay

Until May 26th
Ryan Greenheck and Nick Joerling are two functional potters who will share the gallery at Santa Fe Clay this spring.

Ryan Greenheck’s work combines a meticulous, detailed aesthetic with pure function. His luminous glazes meld perfectly with the white porcelain clay. He makes his home in Philadelphia.

Nick Joerling throws and alters his stoneware forms creating loose, fluid pots that invite use and handling. His pots combine “qualities of sensuality, empathy, humor and risk.” He has long been associated with the crafts community that makes their home in Penland, NC.