Andie Carpenter on tue 31 jul 01
I joined the Potter's Council, and think that it will fill an important role in our
lives, but hope, too, that Studio Potter Network is not lost or forgotten in the
shuffle. I wonder if there is a way to incorporate the two -
> Does a virtual potter like me has something to do with the Potters
> Council? I am totally virtual, I will not go to meeting
> will jump by
> Ababi Sharon
> Kibbutz Shoval- Israel
> officially Glaze addict
> ---------- Original Message ----------
> >as you can understand from our posts of the last few days:
> >The Potters Council is forming.
> >Forming is the key word.
> >Programs, ideas, future considerations, and `what do I get?`
> >have to be determined.
> >I asked last week for ideas and help, got two serious ideas.
> >that was a plea for investigating insurance, and standardizing clay
> >So, I just have to go on my own intuition.
> >Clayart, The fund, and the Potters Council are all mixed together.
> >each will have a role.
> >ACers is the depository. ACers has the mailing lists, the way to reach
> >all, the magazines. What happens, what you get, how it will
> >be done is up to potters.
> >what have you DONE to help the profession lately?
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