Herb Moses on mon 6 dec 99
Palm Springs Pottery is looking for another potter. We are a new and =
studio located in beautiful Palm Springs, CA. We have work space and a =
for selling work. The studio has a gas kiln, electric kiln, six electric
wheels, slab roller, and extruder. Everything is new. We fire cone 10
stoneware, and a little porcelain. You should be an experienced potter and =
able to teach.
Palm Springs is a growing (booming) community with a large tourist trade and=
still somewhat affordable.
Part time positions also available.
Please email me privately to discuss the deal we offer. =
Palm Springs Pottery
198 S. Indian Canyon Drive
Palm Springs, CA 92262
Andrew Clift on wed 8 dec 99
I beleive we did a little email correspondence a few
months ago when right before my fiancee and I moved
from Delaware to Redlands, CA. We have settled in and
are adapted to California pretty well. We were in Palm
Springs last weekend, I wanted to look you up but I
forgot to bring any info about the location of your
I am replying to your email from the ClayART list. I
am interested in a part-time potter position. I am
doing some adjunct teaching at the University of
Redlands in the winter and spring so I may be too busy
in January if I end up teaching two ceramic courses.
Beyond that I certainly would be interest in doing
some part-time work.
I am sure my fiancee, Katie/potter would probably be
interested as well but she already has 40 hr work
schedule. We are very interested working with a
community of people. I guess I would like to know more
about the position and the duties you would need
Talk to you soon,
--- Herb Moses wrote:
> Palm Springs Pottery is looking for another potter.
> We are a new and growing
> studio located in beautiful Palm Springs, CA. We
> have work space and a gallery
> for selling work. The studio has a gas kiln,
> electric kiln, six electric
> wheels, slab roller, and extruder. Everything is
> new. We fire cone 10
> stoneware, and a little porcelain. You should be an
> experienced potter and be
> able to teach.
> Palm Springs is a growing (booming) community with a
> large tourist trade and is
> still somewhat affordable.
> Part time positions also available.
> Please email me privately to discuss the deal we
> offer. firstname.lastname@example.org
> Thank you.
> Herb Moses
> Palm Springs Pottery
> 198 S. Indian Canyon Drive
> Palm Springs, CA 92262
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