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    AUTUMN/WINTER '14 classified marketplace

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      CLASSES

      • Mitch Lyons Clay Printing Workshops for 2015 — All weekend workshops are in my New London, PA studio April 11-12, 2015; June 27-28; August 15-16, and October 24-25. Call or email for details: 302-545-4839 or clayprint@yahoo.com

      EVENTS

      • 3rd Clay & Glass Biennial: Brea, CA — Jan. 24 to March 6, 2015. National exhibition open to handcrafted ceramics and glass. Lana Wilson, ceramics juror; Mary White, glass juror. $30 for 3 entries. Digital entry form online at www.acga.net. Entry deadline is 10/31/14. Questions? E-mail: acganational@gmail.com

       

      FOR SALE

      • Arts Community seeks smart, happy people. Intentional, sustainable, arts-oriented community located in the NC mountains near Penland School of Crafts. Forest preserve, hiking trails, organic farm site, green-built houses. Makers and appreciators of clay (and other arts) welcome! www.HighCove.com
      • Available in Key Largo, Florida Keys — 2400 sq. ft. pottery studio and gallery storefront on US Hwy 1. Fully equipped and turn-key. Local and tourist clientele with 22-year presence. Reasonable lease available. Contact Corky or Kim Wagner at Bluewater Potters, 102991 Overseas Hwy., Key Largo, FL 33037, tel. 305-453-1920; e-mail: bluewaterpotters@gmail.com
      • Home For Sale near Jugtown Potters — Beautiful, 1200 sq foot brick ranch built in '77 with modern conveniences and circa early 1900's out buildings on 14 lovely acres in the heart of pottery country. Minutes from Jugtown and Ben 0wen's pottery. $195,000. For details and pics email: billyrayon@verizon.net
      • Cape Cod bungalow and studio/cottage on quiet dead end street — Close to Hyannis and college, but in very quiet area with lots of birds; north of historic Route 6A. Cottage has new Ikea kitchen, large living room, and another room now being used as a bedroom. $330,000. For details, contact Kathy Blackwell at Today Real Estate, tel. 774.994.7433; e-mail: kathybla@msn.com.
      • Retail sales gallery, studio, and luxury studio apartment — 3807 sq. ft. on 5.9 acres bordering national wildlife refuge. Includes 40-year profitable pottery retail business representing 50 northwestern artists. Lush, beautiful garden and surroundings; wonderful place to live and work! $475,000. For further details, e-mail Susan at: macnamara2010@hotmail.com
      • We're retiring and selling our fully-equipped studio — including Bailey Pro 40 gas car kiln, electric kiln, 2 wheels, and 2 pug mills — Also included is a gallery and 3-bedroom home. All sales are from our gallery. Please visit web site: www.wiltonpottery.ca

      OPPORTUNITIES

      • IMMEDIATE OPENINGS — for non-paid ceramic studio interns at Canton Clay Works, Canton, CT — Extensive opportunities in multiple firing types (wood/salt, electric, raku, saggar). Call 860-693-1000 or e-mail cantonclayworks@yahoo.com. Learn more at http://www.cantonclayworks.com/intern.pdf
      • Use of pottery, painting studio, workshop, plus private room and board—in exchange for being eyes + ears for elderly artist couple. Idyllic setting 1/2 hr south of Albany NY. Small stipend. Have health caregivers but need couple or individual to be there at least nights, eat meals with them + be part of the home. Debbie.Pepin@gmail.com
      • CERF— To find out how your group can support the Craft Emergency Relief Fund, call us at 802.229.3206, or visit www.craftemergency.org
      • JOIN AMERICANPOTTERS.COM TODAY! Be a part of a national, searchable database for FREE. Or an “online gallery/portfolio” to sell your work, without commissions. If you have a Web site, join with a “link” page. All information is editable by you, without Web knowledge. Go to http://www.americanpotters.com and click on “FAQ” for more info.
      • K-12 Ceramic Exhibition — The 17th Annual K-12 Ceramic Exhibition opened in March, 2014 at the NCECA Conference in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The 18th Annual event is open to K-12 students by teacher entry. Check out past award winners and their works online at www.k12clay.org.
          • Check out our expanded selection of downloadable CT back issues, tools, potter’s T-shirts, & more when you subscribe or renew your Clay Times subscription online! Log onto www.claytimes.com/store.html or call 800.356.2529

          • Order Great Glazes I & II for just $15 each at the Clay Times online store. Featuring dozens of our favorite glaze recipes from the first 12 years of CT, both books include formulas for all types of firing including low-fire earthenware, cone 6 oxidation, cone 10 reduction, raku, and more! Excellent resources for everyone’s glaze library. Special sale: Go paperless and get both compete books on CD, in PDF format, for just $21.95! To order, visit http://www.claytimes.com/store/glazebook.html or call toll-free 800.356.2529.


            WANTED
          • WANTED: Studio Pottery by Ruth Perdew, a great Denver Potter in the 50s, 60s, and 70s. E-mail tom.turnquist@comcast.net or call 303.988.0442.


            WORKSHOPS
          • WORKSHOPS at Baltimore Clayworks — ADRIAN ARLEO, Sat–Sun Oct. 25 & 26, 2014. Please visit www.baltimoreclayworks.org or call 410.578.1919, ext.10.


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