Muriel Pacheco on thu 11 mar 99
I am very likely moving to Milwaukee, WI. this summer. Is there anyone on
the list from the area that can give me an idea where I could work? Is
there a Clay Association or an artists' co-op? I do both sculptural and
functional work. Ultimately, I would like to get a MFA but I will probably
need some time to settle in, and get my portfolio in order.
Thanks, in advance!
Katheryn Corbin on fri 12 mar 99
Milwaukee has various clay venues depending on where and what you would
like to do with your work. I am a studio working clay artist teaching
sculpture as figure and potting. There are a group of MFA people here who
keep in touch and there are cornor clay centers for the Saturday dabbler.
You are welcome to contact me personnally for direct questions and answers.
Welcome to the Midwest, the more clay folks around the merrier.
Karen Gringhuis on fri 12 mar 99
Muriel - I've no info on Mil. per se but put this name in your
"to do when I get there" folder. Jeff Noska - Douseman Wisconsin.
GOOD potter, good guy, lovely wife - generous & approachable.
Did an MFA (?) at UW-M. Go find him. Karen Gringhuis
Joseph Herbert on fri 12 mar 99
Muriel Pacheco wrote: <summer. Is there anyone on the list from the area that can give me an
idea where I could work? >>
The Wustum Museum in Racine has a clay program and some pots in their
collection that are worth seeing. call them up.