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Friday, February 24, 2012

New instructional DVD now available and other news.

Hey all, wanted to pass along the news that my new instructional DVD titled "Slabs, Templates, Textures, and Terra Sigilatta" is now available for pre- order at www.ceramicartsdaily.org
I got to watch a preview copy the other night and they did a ton of work and it looks really great. It was a bit weird to sit and watch myself make my pots, and you always sound weird on film, but all in all I think that it will be a good resource to people and studios.
Things have been really cruising lately an the next couple of months are jam packed with upcoming events. This Sunday Sarah and I have been invited to do a workshop for the Syracuse Ceramics Guild in Syracuse NY.
It will be a full day of making pots starting at 9:00 am. The guild just moved into a new space that sounds like it should be a good central location for them, an we hope the workshop will be well attended. Should be fun.
I am going to be doing Craftboston again this year and I have been gearing up for that. Last year was successful, and I hope to have learned a bit about the market in Boston and have been busily making work to take. There should be some nice new pots coming out of the kiln in the next couple of weeks so stay tuned. The dates for the show are March 23, 24, and 25 and it will be located at the Seaport Convention Center in Boston.
In April I am scheduled to go up and do a workshop for the ceramics department at St. Lawrence University where Shawn Oconnor is teaching a couple of classes.
I'll put up some pictures as soon as some come through. Later!

1 comment:

  1. Our copy arrived all the way over here in Scotland today and we've just spent a most enjoyable few hours watching both disks start to finish.

    I was just telling one of my ceramic class colleagues last week how i yearn for that leather hard texture to stay, but it's so fleeting! Really looking forward to trying the Terra Sig recipe, and experimenting with new textures.

    Kath & Mo
    MoKa Pottery

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