mel jacobson on sun 2 mar 08
howard arnold will teach about electric kilns.
bill schran will do a lecture on kiln shelves.
mel will do kiln discussions, anyone can join in.
bring pix of your kiln if you want it discussed.
mug exchange...and a special presentation.
there will be a few morning meetings in the room...
potter's council etc.
if anyone has a program, idea..contact mel.
and of course, there will be a rickets support group
meeting each day. those will be 18 step programs.
melvin lee jacobson
grad of the university of minnesota.
David McBeth on sun 2 mar 08
As last year... I'll be looking for fellow knitters. Since last NCECA I've
gotten the sock thing going and am on my second sweater. Gotta keep those
David McBeth, MFA
330 B Gooch Hall
Department of Visual and Theatre Arts
Martin, TN 38238
William & Susan Schran User on sun 2 mar 08
On 3/2/08 1:16 PM, "mel jacobson" wrote:
> howard arnold will teach about electric kilns.
> bill schran will do a lecture on kiln shelves.
> mel will do kiln discussions, anyone can join in.
Bringing shelf samples to share.
Do you have day/time picked out?
Need to know as I have class to teach Wednesday night & won't be driving up
and arriving mid/late Thursday afternoon.
William "Bill" Schran
Shula on mon 3 mar 08
Is there any way those of us who are not going to Pittsburgh can learn from the ClayArt room happenings? Specifically, I was wondering whether someone has a video camera & is willing to tape the lectures and discussions and perhaps post them on youtube. Any volunteers? Those of us who won't be there will thank you.
Desert Hot Springs, California USA
where it was so windy overnight that I found my recycle bin 3/4 of the way across my front yard and several potted plants scattered in my back yard. There's a reason I can see the wind farms from my back porch! Ah, but the wide dark night sky and lots and lots of stars. There's nothing like it.
>On 3/2/08 1:16 PM, "mel jacobson" wrote:
>> howard arnold will teach about electric kilns.
>> bill schran will do a lecture on kiln shelves.
>> mel will do kiln discussions, anyone can join in.