Gigi Green on thu 26 aug 99
Bonjour les artistes!
I am also interested in France for next summer. I'm a fairly new potter
(I have just taken a handful of courses) and would like to take a few weeks
of classes somewhere in France to improve my pottery and maintain my French.
Any recommendations on schools, "camps" or studios which offer courses in
France would be welcome!
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Anne POSSOZ on fri 27 aug 99
=3E ----------------------------Original message----------------------------
=3E Bonjour les artistes=21
=3E I am also interested in France for next summer. I'm a fairly new potter
=3E (I have just taken a handful of courses) and would like to take a few =
=3E of classes somewhere in France to improve my pottery and maintain my =
=3E Any recommendations on schools, =22camps=22 or studios which offer =
=3E France would be welcome=21
=3E Gigi Green
Some time ago, I was a subscriber of =22La revue de la C=E9ramique
et du verre=22 which is the only french one that I know.
They always had advices for schools, etc.
Today, I see that they have a website:
(I just found that they have a web site now, after your question)
What kind of classes are you interested in?
3 years ago now, I followed a class on glaze and kiln firing
at CNIFOP. The professor is a remarquable person, from my point
of view. If you want to refresh your french, you can read what
I wrote at that time as a summary of my class:
and also access my personal poterie page:
ch. de Bonne-Esperance 17
CH 1006 Lausanne SUISSE
E-Mail : Anne.Possoz=40epfl.ch
Tel+fax+rep : (41/21) 728.53.45