It is that time again—“Perspectives 2011: Georgia Pottery Invitational” is fast approaching!There will be another lineup of 50 ofGeorgia’s finest potters in two exhibitions, along with demonstrations, studio tours, gallery talks, opening gala and preview sale…and more.Information about each of these events is available on the OCAF website www.ocaf.com
I am writing to tell you about the wonderful workshop we have lined up for this year.It is quite different from our other workshops in many ways.For one, we have two instructors—Kate Tremel and her former teacher Jose Luis Yamunaque.For another, you will participate “hands-on” and learn the pre-Columbian paddle and anvil technique used in Jose’s native northern Peru.They will have paddle and anvils for your use in the workshop and will also have some available for purchase.
The attached flyer should provide all the information you need to register.After you are registered, we will provide a list of items you should bring to the workshop.If you have additional questions, you may contact me by email (above) or phone 404.402.0940.Registration is only through Cindy at the contact information specified in the flyer.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.