1000 miles apart conference 2010

RDC Ceramics is pleased to host 1000 MA in the New Centre for Visual Art

JULIA GALLOWAY is a potter who creates utilitarian work, and is a professor and Director of the School of Art at the University of Montana – Missoula. www.juliagalloway.com
TERI FRAME received a BFA from Kansas City Art Institute in 2005 and MFA from Pennsylvania State University in 2008. She is the Visiting Artist/Instructor in Ceramics at ACAD this year.
ROBERT HARRISON will install one of his brick sculptures that he is famous for over the week of the September 27 to October 3rd. Robert lives and works in Helena, Montana.
DAVID BIAN is a Chinese ceramic artist who works at the Pottery Workshop in Shanghai and will be at RDC as an artist-in-residence for September -October. www.potteryworkshop.org

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Silent Auction
1000 Miles apart is a student run and supported conference that is free to all the attendees. Please help support the students by donating one of your ceramic pieces for a silent auction that will be held over the duration of the conference. Student reps will be on hand to receive your works and put them on display when you arrive to the event.

Students and instructors from the participating institutions are invited to send works for an exhibition of ceramics that will be up for the duration of the conference. Please send the details for the labels in advance to: 1000milesapart2010@gmail.com

Ceramics Program Showcase
a representative from each institution is invited to give a short presentation on their program. Please burn the presentation to a CD in PowerPoint format.

Food on Campus
Beverages and food are available on Campus on Friday, there are various locations but the closest is ‘The Patch’ just outside the doors to Ceramics. The Library Cafe serves Starbucks coffee and will be open Friday and Saturday to ensure that you can get your Lattes and Cappuccinos.

Friday October 1st
9:00-12:00 and 1:00-4:00 Throwing Demonstrations with Julia Galloway (Room 944B) 4:00 Ceramics Performance by Teri Frame (Room 944A)
6:00 Exhibition Reception and mixer.

Saturday October 2nd
9:00-12:00 Demo Julia Galloway 12:00 1:00 Lunch provided 1:00 to 5:00 School Presentation, and Lectures
5:00 to 7:00 Pizza Party Ceramics Studio 944B 9:00 FarSide Pub Live Band

Sunday October 2nd
10:00-12:00 Exhibition Takedown and Farewell.

The Red Deer College Ceramics Program is hosting the annual 1000 Miles Apart conference October 1st, 2nd and 3rd, 2010. This conference was first organized in 1989 by faculty and students from the University of Manitoba, Winnipeg and Red Deer College, Alberta. The distance between the institutions was the origin of the name 1000 Miles Apart. Participating institutions later included the University of Regina and Alberta College of Art + Design. Each year the conference is organized collectively and rotates to a new host institution for that year. It provides an excellent opportunity for students and faculty to meet and network, and creates a valuable forum to develop and strengthen the ceramics community in Western Canada. Members of the public, along with University of Regina, Red Deer College, and University of Manitoba, students and faculty from nearby Ceramics Programs are also invited to attend the conference events.