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wood-fire potters

updated tue 30 apr 96


Deborah W. Bedwell on thu 4 apr 96

Baltimore Clayworks is the proud "owner" of a little wood kiln built on
our grounds by McKenzie Smith. It is a real beauty, and McKenzie did a
fabulous job, not only on the kiln, but on creating real community
enthusiasm for this process. Now I am looking for experienced, knowledgeable
wood firing potters and sculptors with some teaching experience and good
communication skills to give 2-3 day workshops over the next few years,
beginning as early as this summer.

Are you interested? If so, you can send your resume, some slides of your
work, and a brief proposal for a workshop - what you would do, what you
would charge, etc. You can also phone me at Clayworks, 410 578-1919
between 10:30am and 5:00pm EST.Thanks.

Deborah Bedwell, Baltimore Clayworks
5706 Smith Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21209 on fri 5 apr 96

Dear Deborah , You Might Call Jim Jansma at Peter's Valley Layton N.J. 201-
948 7080 JIm fires his wood kiln all summer with workshops at the Valley and
could Find you plenty of good wood Instructors. Don platypus d