Alisa and Claus Clausen on fri 21 apr 00
When I lived in Manhattan, I worked both in the studios at
Marymount College (Lex and 70's or 60's) and the 92nd St. Y (Lex and ...yep)
Both were good, but I would definately reccommend the Y. It was excellent.
The atmosphere, teachers, workshops, materials, availablility was superb.
I made good pots there patially because the humor was always so high.
Both studios supported thrown and handbuilt work, both were cone 9 stoneware
Do not know how things are today, as that was in or around 1982 ish to 1986.
Alisa in Denmark
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Dato: 20. april 2000 22:11
Emne: WHERE TO STUDY IN NYC?
=3EHello, all...here's the scoop:
=3EI have been learning to throw at Annie's Mud Pie Shop in Cincinnati for =
=3Emonths. It's a huge studio which offers classes and space rental, =
=3Ein a great mix of experience levels. There is always much to learn just =
=3Eobserving. I love the community it offers and it's relatively =
=3EBUT, alas, I'm moving to New York City in June (I'm an actress as well) =
=3Eam loathe to leave my new found passion. Any suggestions about CLASSES,
=3ESTUDIO SPACES, APPRENTICESHIPS, INTERNSHIPS OR EVEN JOBS IN NEW YORK =
=3Eam at a loss and know nothing about New York. I'd hate to loose my =
=3Emomentum...(Incidentally, I'll be needing leads on an apartment sublet as
=3Ewell, but I would consider curling up in a particularily spacious =
=3EThanks for any and all suggestions=21
=3E ----Lesley Bevan, Cincinnati
=3EPS=3E I am a student of Shiatsu, a form of Japanese =
=3Ewould certainly consider a trade of services (ie: instruction, or space, =