Jane Woodside on fri 5 jun 98
I will be visiting Pueblo Colorado for a week in September and if my inlaws
don't keep me too busy, where might I find pottery related entertainment
within an hour or two driving time? I am afraid an entire week away from my
studio will have me pulling my hair out and talking to myself. Thanks!
Jane Woodside in San Francisco where the weather could not be better!
Clyde Tullis on sun 7 jun 98
UVAPAPA, Upper Valley Artist Party and Picinic Asso.
11th 12th & 13th of Sept.
Raku, Hot Springs, Increwdible Pot luck, Great company, in th e upper
San Louise Valley
Give me you Address and I'll send the Particulars
c/o Raven Hill, Inc and MUDLARK POTTERY
0111 County Road 45
Howard, CO 81233
pottery on tue 9 jun 98
Jane Woodside wrote:
> ----------------------------Original message----------------------------
> I will be visiting Pueblo Colorado for a week in September and if my inlaws
> don't keep me too busy, where might I find pottery related entertainment
> within an hour or two driving time? I am afraid an entire week away from my
> studio will have me pulling my hair out and talking to myself. Thanks!
> Jane Woodside in San Francisco where the weather could not be
sorry for the delay but we've been busy & away from clayart for a few
You and all other clayart folks are in luck.
September 12th & 13th (Saturday and Sunday) are the dates for the 15th
annual UVAPAPA, a celebration & party built around raku glaze firing
with MUCH MORE.
Raku Clay has been donated by Mile Hi Ceramics and Raku Glazes have been
donated by Laguna. THANK YOU!
WHAT"S HAPPENING AT UVAPAPA: All weekend long there will be raku firing,
so bring your raku clay bisqued ware and join in. Raku firing will
begin early Saturday morning and continue until Sunday afternoon.
Saguache Gallery & Espresso will serve great latte, cappuccino and
espresso drinks all weekend. There is a world record pot luck the
starts promptly at 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, so bring a ready to eat dish
as refrigerators and cooking facilities are limited. Amber's famous
french toast will be provided Sunday morning. (For all other meals you
are on your own.) After the pot luck, raku firing will continue into
the night with an appearance by Mr. Bones, wonderful music and dancing
to the music of the JOHN STONE BAND & the UVAPAPA all-stars. Sometime
during the evening Neil Seitz will put on a REAL fireworks show. At
Nonn on Sunday more music will be provided by Phil Volan, Lyn Akers and
UVAPAPA is a great - mellow - sharing - fun event which should be on
every potter's don't miss list!
LOCATION: ESCUELA, the home of Jeff and Amber & Jessica and Amanda
Shook, 34040 US Highway 285, Villa Grove, Colorado.
DIRECTIONS: Take US Highway 285 to Villa Grove, Colorado, halfway
between Denver and Santa Fe in The San Luis Valley. e-mail:
firstname.lastname@example.org or (719)655-2343
FEE: No fee to attend, but UVAPAPA 98 shirts and other garments in a
variety of styles will be for sale, starting at $10 to cover the costs
of production. (Donations are appreciated but there is NO pressure.)
FACILITIES: Bring overnight essentials and a sleeping bag and a tent or
LOCAL RESOURCES: Villa Grove Trade offers general provisions, beer, gas,
ice and great food in their Mountain Fricassee deli. Mountain Valley
Liquors offers their goods and there are a few other merchants in town.
HOT SPRINGS: Valley View Hot Springs is near by for your sun, soak and
sauna needs, remember to bring a towel and SUNSCREEN, bathing suits are
optional and the cost is $10 per day.
For more information about UVAPAPA call Jeff & Amber Shook at
(719)655-2343 or e-mail them at email@example.com.
See you there!
Don (& Kathy)
Saguache Gallery & Espresso
140 San Juan Avenue - PO Box 175