Well i’m not sure what you are all up to this weekend… but here’s where i’ll be…

Please stop by if you can!

California Clay Call for Entry


The Artery, home of the Artists’ Cooperative of Davis, has sponsored the Competition since 1990 to give California ceramic artists an opportunity to display their work during the California Conference for the Advancement of Ceramic Art. For information about the CCACA, phone John Natsoulas Gallery at 530-756-3938, or visit www.natsoulas.com.

The competition is open to all living California artists. Works accepted must be for sale, available for the duration of the exhibit, and made within the last two years.

Entry form available on their webisite http://www.artery.coop/events.html.

New show opening…

November 22 – January 10, 2008

“Fins, Fur and Feathers”

New ceramics by Louis Ballard, Chris Berti, Susan Bostwick, Melody Ellis, Carole Epp, Jacob Foran, Todd Frahm, Bruce Grimes, Roxanne Jackson, Ron Kovatch, Leanne McClurg Cambric, Laura O’Donnell, Angela Rose, Katy Rush, Rimas VisGirda, Michaelene Walsh, Catherine Wiesener, Janis Mars Wunderlich.

I’m completely thrilled to annouce the opening of the show Fins, Fur and Feathers at the Cinema Gallery in Urbana IL. Not only does yours truly have 2 pieces in the show, but some of my all time favorites are in the show as well. As an emerging artist I’m pretty excited to be showing with some artists I was referencing years ago in my thesis. Please do check out the show if you’re near by or you can view some of the work online here.

Call for entry – Cup show

January 5th 2009 Entry Deadline
“Starbrick Clay National Cup Show”
Location: Nelsonville, Ohio
Exhibition Dates: February 27–April 19, 2009
Juror: Matt Long
Open to cups, mugs, goblets, tea bowls, teacups and tumblers.
Juried from digital or slides.
Fee: $20 for three entries; $30 for five entries.
Starbrick Clay Fine Art Ceramic Gallery
21 W. Columbus St.
Nelsonville 45764
[email protected]

Another ceramics teaching position available – NSCAD

Assistant Professor: Division of Craft (Ceramics)


Subject to budgetary and final approval by the Board of Governors, this is an initial three-year appointment, renewable for continuing appointment.

REVIEWS BEGIN December 15, 2008

Qualified applicants must have an MFA, MA or PhD and an established or rapidly developing exhibition record. Post-secondary teaching and/or relevant professional experience is required.

It is expected that the candidate will teach both undergraduate and graduate level courses to include a wide range of ceramic methodologies, skills and concepts. The preferred candidate will demonstrate a commitment to pedagogical and program development.

Knowledge of contemporary and historical discourses in ceramics and the visual arts is essential. Interest in one or more of these areas: ceramic materials, rapid prototyping and/or mold-making, theory and critical writing would be an advantage.

Service to the University and leadership in research and curricular initiatives is expected.

As NSCAD establishes a research agenda in innovation and technology, the University is seeking a candidate who will utilize the new Ceramics facility to develop unique collaborations and experimental directions for the medium of clay.

Applicants should include a current curriculum vitae, a maximum of 20 digital images of professional work, (on a single CD-ROM or DVD-ROM) and the names and contact information for three references. The University will seek permission from the applicant before contacting the referees. A statement of teaching philosophy, an artist statement and other relevant support documentation would be an asset. Please quote competition number F104.08 in your application.

Dr. Kenn Gardner Honeychurch
Senior Vice President
Office of Academic Affairs and Research
NSCAD University
5163 Duke Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3J 3J6 Fax: 902 425 4664