4 medium zucchini sliced in half or in rounds
½-1 cup Parmesan cheese—grated
1-2 Tbsp. fresh minced rosemary and thyme or dried—adjust accordingly
Smidgen of olive oil
Salt and pepper to taste
Preheat oven to 350⁰. Brush sides of zucchini with olive oil and place on foil-lined baking sheet. Mix cheese and herbs together in small bowl. Sprinkle on zucchini. Bake 15 minutes then place under broiler for another 3-5 minutes checking to make sure the cheese doesn’t burn.
Red Lodge Clay Center is pleased to announce our search for a full time Curator of Exhibitions.
The ideal candidate would have an extensive knowledge of contemporary ceramics, the ceramic medium, and previous gallery experience. Sales experience, excellent communication and interpersonal skills are necessary. Strong office administration, business skills, and computer database knowledge are essential.
The Curator of Exhibitions will curate and install gallery exhibitions; maintain gallery website; produce the Center’s monthly newsletter; facilitate public relations and advertising; monitor inventory and sales through Center’s point of sale software. Additional responsibilities include managing resident assistants working in the gallery performing such duties as receiving and processing inventory, gallery sales, packing and shipping inventory, and assisting in exhibition transitions.
The Curator of Exhibitions will work closely with Executive Director and Staff to develop programs to enhance the Center's educational mission.
Starting annual salary commensurate with experience.
Application packet should include cover letter, resume, and contact information of three references. Please send all materials to: David Hiltner, Executive Director, Red Lodge Clay Center, PO Box 1527, Red Lodge, Montana 59068. Open until filled.
Alex Irvine needs help with his public art commission in Asheville. This is a great opportunity to contribute to public art and learn from a highly skilled sculptural tile maker.
Still looking for more interns.
This is the deal:
1. A minimum 3 hr time commitment. The more someone can volunteer the more I will teach them. I need help pressing tiles, rolling slabs and wedging clay. I also need help building the figure. At three hours it will mostly be grunt work.
2. A minimum 6 hr commitment. I can teach press molding and some slab construction.
It is really hot in the day in this warehouse and working at night is preferable. IT IS ESSENTIAL that you can huck around a 25 lb bag of clay--it's kinda heavy. Some clay experience would be nice but is not necessary. Below are some process photos to let you know what you'd be getting into.
Thanks for looking. Call if interested: 301-655-9566
I am having a glaze class at The Bascom in Highland NC July 14-18, 2014. It is going to be a great class! We have 14 so far but I want to get 16 or more because it is better to have more testers and more clay and glaze knowledge in the room!
Everyone will will testing three bases on three clay bodies in multiple firing (cone 05 , cone 6 reduction and oxidation and cone 10 reduction). This will give us THOUSANDS of results which we will examine together to try to understand. To do this yourself would take about 2 months of sustained work and will will do it in a fun atmosphere with plenty of laughing!! If you know of anyone who is interested please pass this on!
This is the last class of this kind I will be running this year so don't miss out! It will make all your dreams come true.
Upcoming Glaze Class in Western NC
Yo Potters.....Anyone what to learn more about glazes?
I am having a workshop at the Bascom Center for Visual Arts in Highlands NC , July 14- 18, 2014. It is the last workshop of this kind for the year. A few spots are still open.
We are trying to get as many people in as possible so we can maximize the tests we are doing. It will be a lot of fun and you will learn a lot. This is the workshop you have been waiting for! Take charge of your glazes. Don't procrastinate another day in learning what you need to get the results you want!!
This Clay Camp was so popular we had to offer it again!
Click here to register online. July 14-18, Monday-Friday, 9am- 12 pm Time to get dizzy learning a popular craft in the Carolinas. This week we will make pottery every student is proud to take home and even use! Vases, bowls and mugs are on the agenda, and students will get a much more in depth look at decorating and glazing their pieces.
I have two Eclipse TR-16 atmospheric burners that I am looking to get rid of. They were last used with natural gas. The burners come with the 90 degree elbows which have flame retention screens in them. They can be mounted vertically with them or horizontally without. Burners are 33" long with a 4" open end. All the plumbing (not shown) is included as well as the pilots and baso valves. I will strap everything on a pallet for a freight pickup as well. Asking $1500. Contact Phil at 507.273.2886 or 507.208.6502, or via email firstname.lastname@example.org. Zip for shipping is 55904.
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Tom Bridges in Black Mountain NC has an old (and modified but working perfectly) Lancaster mixer that's used for ceramic or refractory mixes. It is from an explosive ordnance plant that made 40mm grenades and 203 grenade launcher. This thing will mix anything that's difficult to mix or is very stiff. I just need to get the money I have in it - $500?
The Brown Family has been in the U.S.since 1700' and in Arden, N.C. 90 + years. We are Southern Traditional Folk Potters. That means each generation learns from the previous generation . Now we are 11 generations. We still continue Traditions, Tools, and other memorabilia as well. Our ancestors blood , sweat, and tears are intertwined into my hands and every part of my existence. I can not Imagine not doing pottery and working at my wheel. In 2000, We had to remodel inside and out as it was falling down around us and needed to be brought up to utility codes. That put a hefty mortgage on the building as it was like building a new building due to all of the structural and roof repair. Life and taking care of parents found us refinancing ourselves into a refinancial hole and would happily do it again. In the downward spiral we lost slowly, first the life and health insurance , our assets, our house, and now we are down to the savored pieces of family pottery. We are in need of equipment and clay and supplies to be able to continue. Now the shop is all we have left with my family(wife and 2 boys) and a God given talent and our heritage .The shop is our home with no where else to go and very little family left. I can not afford help so I swallow my pride and say"Deeply any help would be truly and humbly appreciated". "The Brown Family"
six-day workshop will incorporate conversation and hands on experience
working with the raw materials that are the building blocks of clay bodies and
glazes. This is the perfect workshop for students who desire a deeper
chemical knowledge of the ceramic process. A resource book written and assembled by
the instructor will be provided to guide you through the workshop and beyond
into common studio practice.
Here's some of the pictures I was going through to prepare for my artist talk at Flow last week. It was great to revisit these photos. They give me so many ideas. The Flow summer Artist talk series is pretty sweet. Sangria, refreshments and an artist talking about their inspiration, process, aspirations. Next month's talk features clothing designer Lisa Mandle on July 10, 6pm.
Dunzi making, Jingdezhen, China
carving glazed greenware for stacking, Chen Lu, China
Loading saggers full of stacked bowls into coal fired kiln, Chen Lu China
Clay Club meets at artist studios and other locations throughout Western North Carolina, usually on the second Wednesday of the month. All potters and ceramic artists are welcome! Look for details about the meetings here on the blog or contact Amy Waller at email@example.com for more info.