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Conferences, Exhibitions, Workshops, Fairs


Alabama, Tuscaloosa February 8?0 ?3rd Alabama Clay Conference,?includes lectures, exhibitions and demonstrations by Ching-Yuen, Jason Briggs and Curtis Benzle. Fees: $135; after December 30, $160; student rates available. For more information, visit www.alclayconference.org.

Arkansas, Fayetteville January 31朏ebruary 2 揅rafting Content: Ceramic Symposium 2008,? includes panel discussions and lectures with Tanya Batura, David East, Jeannie Hulen, Nicholas Kripal, John Perreault, Jeanne Quinn and Benjamin Schulman. Contact Jeannie Hulen, University of Arkansas, 116 Fine Arts Center, Fayetteville 72701; jhulen@uark.edu; http://art.uark.edu/ceramics/info; (479) 575-2008.

Georgia, Athens February 22?3 揊ourth Henry D. Green Symposium of the Decorative Arts.? Registration deadline: January 25. Contact Georgia Museum of Art, 90 Carlton St., University of Georgia, Athens 30602; www.uga.edu/gamuseum; (706) 542-4662.

Maryland, Baltimore February 21?3 揝ynergy I: Moving Forward/Looking Back,?includes panels and seminars with Robert Dancik, Jeffrey Lloyd Dever, Kathleen Dustin, Carol Duval, Tim McCreight and Cynthia Tinapple. For more information, visit www.npcg.org.

Michigan, Jackson March 12?4 揓ackson抯 Three Days of Clay,?includes presentations by Bill van Gilder. For more information, visit www.ellasharp.org.

North Carolina, Asheboro March 7? ?1st Annual North Carolina Potters Conference: Three Women, Three Countries, Three Ways of Working with Clay,?includes presentations with Jane Hamlyn, Mary Law and Robin Best. For more information, visit www.randolphartsguild.com.

Virginia, Sweet Briar May 30朖une 1 揅ommunity of Fire,?includes panels and presentations with Svend Beyer, Robert Compton, Kevin Crowe, Stephen Driver, Victoria Hansen, Mark Hewitt, Micki Schloesingk and Jack Troy. Fee: $395; after March, $425. Contact Kevin Crowe; tyeriverpottery@aol.com; www.kevincrowepottery.com; (434) 263-4065.

solo exhibitions

Arizona, Scottsdale February 14?5 揓ennifer Moquino: Birds, Bees and Butterflies? at King Galleries of Scottsdale, 7100 Main, #1.

Arizona, Tempe through January 6 揊ollowing the Rhythms of Life: The Ceramic Art of David Shaner? at Ceramics Research Center, ASU Art Museum, NE corner of 10th St. and Mill Ave.

California, Pomona through February 23 揙hr Rising: The Emergence of an American Master? at AMOCA, 340 S. Garey Ave.

January 12朚arch 1 揇on Reitz: Hands on the Goddess? at Armstrong抯 Gallery, 150 E. 3rd St.

California, San Francisco January 3朏ebruary 2 Robert Brady; at Braunstein/Quay Gallery, 430 Clementina.

through January 27 揈dith Garcia: Contemporary Monsters Mini? at Museum of Craft and Folk Art, 55 Yerba Buena Ln.

Connecticut, Washington through January 1 Ann Mallory; at The Gunn Library and Museum, The Gunnery, 99 Green Hill Rd.

Florida, Gainesville through January 20 揟he Ceramics of Toshiko Takaezu: Function, Form and Surface? at the Harn Museum of Art, SW 34th St. and Hull Rd.

Illinois, Chicago January 11朚arch 1 ?/span>Barbara Hashimoto Retrospective? at Dubhe Carre駉, 1841 S. Halsted St.

Missouri, Kansas City January 3朏ebruary 2 Michael Baxley; at Red Star Studios, 821 W. 17th St.

Missouri, Sedalia through January 27 Peter Callas, 揝parks? at Daum Museum of Contemporary Art, 3201 W. 16th St.

New Jersey, Clinton through January 6 揝hellie Jacobson: Clay and Paper? at Hunterdon Museum of Art, 7 Lower Center St.

New Mexico, Santa Fe through January 3 Z Jacobson, 揑ndulgence? at Counter Culture, 930 Baca.

New York, Alfred January 24朚arch 21 Jeffrey Mongrain; at Schein-Joseph International Museum of Ceramic Art, NYSCC, 2 Pine St.

New York, New York January 3朏ebruary 2 Anna Siok. February 13朚arch 15 Barry Bartlett; at Jane Hartsook Gallery, Greenwich House Pottery, 16 Jones St.

New York, Port Chester January 5?6 揂lbert Pfarr: Making Space? at Clay Art Center, 40 Beech St.

North Carolina, Seagrove through February 29 揥ood Fired Elegance: The Work of Donna Craven? at North Carolina Pottery Center, 250 E. Ave.

North Dakota, Grand Forks through January 20 揥arren Mackenzie: Legacy of an American Potter? at North Dakota Museum of Art, 261 Centennial Dr.

Ohio, Columbus through January 15 John Balistreri; at Sherrie Gallerie, 694 N. High St.

February 3朚arch 30 揅hristina Bothwell: Invisible Realities? at Ohio Craft Museum, 1665 W. 5th Ave.

Ohio, Springfield January 12朏ebruary 23 Stephen Hill; at Springfield Museum of Art, 107 Cliff Park Rd.

Ohio, Zanesville through January 1 揟he Hand of Toshiko Takaezu? at Zanesville Art Center, 620 Military Rd.

Oregon, Portland through January 6 揈den Revisited: The Ceramic Art of Kurt Weiser? at Museum of Contemporary Art, 724 Northwest Davis St.

January 3朏ebruary 2 Betsy Wolfston; at Butters Gallery, 520 NW Davis, 2nd Fl.

Pennsylvania, Philadelphia through January 26 Karen Shapiro; at Works Gallery, 303 Cherry St.

January 4?7 Rob Kirsch. Alec Karros. February 1朚arch 2 Munemitsu Taguchi. Alison Reintjes; at The Clay Studio, 139 N. 2nd St.

Texas, Lufkin February 14朚ay 30 David Hendley, 揚ots and Process?at Museum of East Texas, 503 N. 2nd St.

Virginia, Charlottesville January 3?7 Cri Kars-Marshall, 揗orphing Forms: Ceramic Vessels and Other Shapes Marked by Fire? at The McGuffey Art Center, 201 2nd St., NW.

Washington, Bellevue February 12朅pril 19 揈den Revisited: The Ceramic Art of Kurt Weiser? at Bellevue Arts Museum, 510 Bellevue Way NE.

Washington, Seattle through January 26 揂 Ben Waterman Project: Reckoning of Mile? at Drop City Gallery, 964 Denny Way.

group ceramics exhibitions

Alabama, Mobile through January 6 揂labama Folk Pottery? at Mobile Museum of Art, 4850 Museum Dr., Langan Park.

Arizona, Scottsdale January 31朏ebruary 9 揢p, Up and Away: The New Native American Super Hero? at King Galleries of Scottsdale, 7100 Main, #1.

Arizona, Surprise through January 6 揂nnual All Arizona Ceramic Exhibition? at West Valley Art Museum, 17420 N. Ave. of the Arts.

Arizona, Tempe January 26朅pril 26 揟he Figurative Impulse: The Diane and Sandy Besser Collection? at Arizona State University Art Museum, Tenth St. and Mill Ave.

Arkansas, Fayetteville January 9朏ebruary 15 揅eramic Objects/Conceptual Material? at University of Arkansas, Ceramics Program, 116 Fine Arts Center.

Arkansas, Little Rock February 8朚arch 30 揑nnovation and Change: Great Ceramics from the Permanent Collection of the Ceramics Research Center, Arizona State University Art Museum? at Arkansas Art Center, 501 E. Ninth St.

California, Claremont January 19朅pril 6 揅eramic Annual 2008: 64th Scripps Ceramic Annual? at Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, Scripps College, 11th and Columbia Sts.

California, Los Angeles through January 27 揨ulu Fire: Ardmore Ceramics from South Africa? at Craft and Folk Art Museum, 5814 Wilshire Blvd.

California, Pomona through February 23 揙ther Mad Potters: A Corollary Exhibition to Ohr Rising,?works by Steve Horn, Lisa Orr, Don Pilcher and Mary Roehm; at AMOCA, 340 S. Garey Ave.

through January 5 揂ll of It? at Armstrong抯, 150 East 3rd St.

California, San Francisco through January 10 揌oliday Show and Sale? at Ruby抯 Clay Studio and Gallery, 552A Noe St.

Massachusetts, Brockton through January 6 揅eramic Sculpture: Fire and Ash,?works by Joy Brown, Chris Gustin, Karen Karnes, Don Reitz, Tim Rowan, Jeff Shapiro and Malcolm Wright; at Fuller Craft Museum, 455 Oak St.

Massachusetts, Dedham January 7朏ebruary 8 揟hree Potters: Mark Shapiro, Karen Swyler and Steven Branfman? at Foster Gallery, Noble and Greenough School, 10 Campus Dr.

Minnesota, Minneapolis January 11朏ebruary 24 ?008 Jerome Artists Exhibition,?works by Donna Flanery and Peter Jadoonath. 揓erome Artists in Retrospect: Reflections on 17 Years of Ceramic Artists Project Grants.?揊ogelberg and Red Wing Artists Exhibition,?work by Donna Flanery, Kathy Mommsen and Mike Helke; at Northern Clay Center, 2424 Franklin Ave. E.

Missouri, Kansas City February 1朚arch 1 揇ynamic Ceramic Duos: Couples Who Share a Love For Clay? at Red Star Studios, 821 W. 17th St.

New Mexico, Santa Fe January 4朏ebruary 2 揟he Seven Deadly Sins.?February 8朚arch 8 揜ED? at Santa Fe Clay, 1615 Paseo de Peralta.

New York, New York through January 2 揃reaking the Mold/Kata o Yaburu: Leading Women Ceramists of Japan? at Joan B. Mirviss Ltd., 39 E. 78th St., 4th Fl.

through February 11 揊ragile Diplomacy: Meissen Porcelain for European Courts? at The Bard Graduate Center, Studies in Decorative Arts, Design and Culture, 18 W. 86th St.

New York, Port Chester January 5?6 揚arts and Pieces? at Clay Art Center, 40 Beech St.

North Carolina, Asheville through January 19 揃reaking New Ground: The Studio Potter and Black Mountain College? at Black Mountain College Museum and Arts Center, 56 Broadway.

through January 13 揥estern North Carolina Pottery: The Rodney Henderson Leftwich Collection? at Folk Art Center, MP 382 Blue Ridge Pkwy.

North Carolina, Winston-Salem through January 19 揊rom This Earth: Ceramics by Winnie Owens-Hart and Her Followers? at Delta Arts Center, 2611 New Walkertown Rd.

Ohio, Springfield January 12朏ebruary 23 揟he Contemporary Ceramic Collection from the Canton Museum of Art? at Springfield Museum of Art, 107 Cliff Park Rd.

Pennsylvania, Philadelphia January 4?7 揘ew Year朜ew Residents.?February 1朚arch 2 揃eyond Tradition: Yixing Teapots? at The Clay Studio, 139 N. 2nd St.

Pennsylvania, Phoenixville through January 12 揟hrough the Looking Glass: An Adventure into Contemporary Ceramics? at Barnstone Gallery, 388 W. Pothouse Rd.

Texas, Houston January 5?1 ?nd Annual Texas Teapot Tournament? at Houston Potters Guild Shop and Gallery, 2726 White Oak Dr.

Texas, Lubbock through February 17 揅lay on the Wall: 2007 Clay National? at Texas Tech School of Art, Landmark Arts, 18th St. at Flint Ave.

Virginia, Richmond through June 29 揅eramic Portraits: Selections from the Georganna Yeager Johns Collection of Royal Doulton Character Jugs? at Lora Robins Gallery of Design from Nature, University of Richmond Museums.

Washington, Kirkland February 15朚arch 29 揅lay? II? at Kirkland Arts Center, 620 Market St.

ceramics in multimedia exhibitions

Arizona, Tucson through January 5 揌oliday Exhibition? at Obsidian Gallery, 4320 N. Campbell Ave. #130.

California, San Diego through January 27 揅raft in America? at Mingei International Museum, 1439 El Prado.

California, San Francisco through January 13 揟he Diane and Sandy Besser Collection? at the de Young Museum, Golden Gate Park, 50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Dr.

through January 27 搼C?Change: Craft in our Future, Recent Alums from the California College of the Arts? at Museum of Craft and Folk Art, 51 Yerba Buena Ln.

Colorado, Denver through January 6 揂rtisans and Kings: Selected Treasures from the Louvre? at Denver Art Museum, 100 W. 14 Ave. Pkwy.

Florida, West Palm Beach January 24朏ebruary 23 揗aster Artist Workshop Exhibition? at Armory Art Center, 1700 Parker Ave.

Massachusetts, Beverly through January 12 揥himsical? at Redbrick Art Center, 95 Rantoul St.

Massachusetts, Boston through January 6 揝hy Boy, She Devil and Isis: The Art of Conceptual Craft? at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Ave. of the Arts, 465 Huntington Ave.

Massachusetts, Brockton through January 6 揚ulp Function? at Fuller Craft Museum, 455 Oak St.

Minnesota, Minneapolis February 24朚ay 25 揂rts of Japan: The John C. Weber Collection? at Minneapolis Institute of Art, 2400 3rd Ave. S.

New Mexico, Santa Fe February 1朚ay 11 揊lower Power: A Subversive Botanical Exhibition? at New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe抯 Plaza at 107 W. Palace Ave.

New York, Corning through February 1 揅lay and Glass Invitational 2007,?including ceramics by Ron Hand, Matt Jacobs, Jill Lawley, Missy McCormick, Lynn Munns, Steve Schaeffer and Tara Wilson; at Atrium Gallery of Corning Community College, 1 Academic Dr.

New York, New York through March 9 揅heers! A MAD Collection of Goblets? at Museum of Art and Design, 40 W. 53rd St.

March 7朖uly 6 揜ococo: The Continuing Curve, 1730?008? at Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, 2 E. 91st St.

North Carolina, Chapel Hill through January 5 ?0th Annual Holiday Art Exhibition? at Somerhill Gallery, 3 Eastgate, E. Franklin St.

North Carolina, Charlotte January 26朅pril 20 揗ade in China? at Mint Museum of Art, 2730 Randolph Rd.

North Carolina, Hendersonville February 5朚ay 9 揃lue Ridge Residencies? at Center for Craft, Creativity and Design, 1181 Broyles Rd.

Ohio, Cincinnati through January 20 揤anishing Frontier: Rookwood, Farny and the American Indian? at Cincinnati Art Museum, 953 Eden Park Dr.

Ohio, Columbus February 3朚arch 30 揘ature/Culture: Artists Respond to their Environment,?including ceramics by Kim Abeles and Susan Beiner; at Ohio Craft Museum, 1665 W. 5th Ave.

Oregon, Portland through March 23 揟he Living Room? at Museum of Contemporary Craft, 724 Northwest Davis St.

Pennsylvania, Wayne through January 25 揅raft Forms 2007.?揑nspiring Craft? at Wayne Art Center, 413 Maplewood Ave.

Texas, Houston February 22朚ay 4 揅raft in America: Expanding Traditions? at Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, 4848 Main St.

fairs, festivals and sales

Arizona, Tempe February 23?4 ?th Annual Self-guided Ceramic Studio Tour.? For more information, visit www.asuartmuseum.asu.edu/ceramicsresearchcenter/studiotour08.htm.

Arizona, Tubac February 6?0 揟he Tubac 49th Annual Festival of the Arts? at the Tubac Village.

California, San Francisco March 8? 揅ontemporary Crafts Market? at Fort Mason, Festival Pavilion. For more information, visit www.craftsource.org.

California, Santa Monica February 22?4 揝anta Monica Arts Festival? at Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, 1855 Main St.

Connecticut, Hartford March 28?0 揝ugarloaf Craft Festival? at Connecticut Expo Center, 265 Reverend Moody Overpass.

Florida, West Palm Beach January 11?4 揚alm Beach 3? at Palm Beach County Convention Center, 650 Okeechobee Blvd.

Maryland, Baltimore February 22?4 ?2nd Annual American Craft Show? at Baltimore Convention Center, One W. Pratt St.

New Jersey, Somerset March 7? 揝ugarloaf Crafts Festival? at Garden State Exhibit Center, 50 Atrium Dr.

New York, New York January 16?9 揘ew York Ceramics Fair? at the National Academy Museum, 5th Ave. at 89th St.

March 27?0 揜ed Dot New York? at Park South Hotel, 122 E. 28th St.

March 27?0 揃ridge Art Fair New York 2008? at The Waterfront, 222 12th Ave.

March 28?1 揑nternational Asian Art Fair? at Park Ave. Armory, Park Ave. at 67th St.

South Carolina, Columbia March 2? 揅raftsmen抯 Classic Arts and Crafts Festival? at SC State Fairgrounds, Cantey and Ellison Bldgs., 1200 Rosewood Ave.

Virginia, Chantilly January 25?7, 2008 揝ugarloaf Crafts Festival?/span>; at the Dulles Expo Center, 4320 Chantilly Shopping Center.

March 23?5 揅raftsmen抯 Classic Arts and Crafts Festival? at Dulles Expo Center, South Hall, 4320 Chantilly Shopping Center.

Virginia, Richmond March 9?1 揅raftsmen抯 Classic Arts and Crafts Festival? at Richmond Raceway Complex, Exhibition and Commonwealth Bldgs., 600 E. Laburnum Ave.


Arizona, Tucson January 12?3 揌andbuilding: Form+Surface+Spirit?with Tom Kerrigan. Fee: $100. March 14?5 揜elief Tiles?with Stephani Stephenson. Fee: $90. Contact Jan Bell, Southern Arizona Clay Artists; jrbell@u.arizona.edu; www.sa-clayartists.org; (520) 326-6709.

California, Berkeley January 11?3 揈xplore the Surface Regional Workshop?with Virginia Cartwright, Sam Chung, David Hendley, Gerald and Kelly Hong, Willie Hulce and Julia Kirillova. Fee: $380; Potters Council Member, $335. Contact Potters Council, The American Ceramic Society, L-2625, PO Box 600001, Columbus, OH 43260; www.potterscouncil.org/explorethesurface; (866) 721-3322.

California, Mendocino January 19?0 揋laze Basics Made Simple for Beginners?with Chic Lotz. February 23?4 揈ncaustic Workshop Using Fiber and Other Materials on Ceramics?with Meredith Dalglish. Fee: $170. Fee (unless noted above): $175. For more information, visit www.mendocinoartcenter.org. Contact Mendocino Art Center, 45200 Little Lake Street, PO Box 765, Mendocino 95460; mendoart@mcn.org; (800) 653-3328.

California, Ojai February 2 揤entura County Potters?Guild Workshop?with Malcolm Davis. Fee: $70; members, $50. Contact Diana Farrell; dianafarrell@gmail.com; (805) 643-2418.

California, San Diego March 8?2 Workshop with Sandi Pierantozzi and Neil Patterson. Fee: $465. Contact Jackson Gray, Clay Artists of San Diego, PO Box 22524, San Diego 92192; jackpots@speakeasy.net; www.clayartistsofsandiego.org; (858) 270-3828.

California, Sunnyvale February 2? 揅hina Painting with Water-Based Mediums?with Paul Lewing. Contact Judy Lee, Orchard Valley Ceramic Arts Guild, PO Box 71046, Sunnyvale 94086; workshops@ovcag.org; www.ovcag.org; (866) 841-9139, ext. 1075.

California, Walnut Creek January 26 揝hino-man: A Day at the Wheel?with Malcolm Davis. February 24 揅arving Pots?with Lynne Meade. Fee/session: $85. Contact Walnut Creek Civic Arts, Arts Education: Ceramics, 1313 Civic Dr., Walnut Creek 94531; artsed@arts-ed.org; www.arts-ed.org; (925) 943-5846.

Colorado, Denver January 5 揚laster Workshop?with Jonathan Kaplan. Fee: $100. Contact Ceramic Design Group/Plinth Gallery, 3520 Brighton Blvd., Denver 80216; www.plinthgallery.com; www.ceramicdesigngroup.net; (303) 909-5488.

Connecticut, Kent January 26?7 揂nimal Sculptures for Wood-fire?with Alison Palmer. Fee: $195. Mid-March 揥est African Vessels?with Barbara Allen. 揝moke Fire Resist?with Barbara Allen. May 3? Workshop with Jack Troy. Contact Nancy Magnusson; ncmagnusson@joimail.com; (860) 309-8267.

Florida, St. Petersburg January 12?3 David and Tracy Gamble Workshop. Contact St. Petersburg Clay Company, 420 22nd St. S., St. Petersburg 33712; stpeteclay@stpeteclay; www.stpeteclay.com; (727) 869-2529.

Florida, West Palm Beach January 14?6 揈xtruding: New Methods…New Ideas?with Michael Sherrill. Fee: $500. January 25?7 揈xpanding Possibilities with Clay? with Lisa Clague. Fee: $375. February 9?0 揚ouring Vessels: New Forms/New Surfaces?with Richard Burkett. Fee: $300. February 23?4 揋enerating and Assembling Pottery Forms?with Sanam Emami. Fee: $325. March 8? 揙rnately Functional: Form and Surface? with Kristen Kieffer. Fee: $325. March 29?0 揝urface Surplus?with Erin Furimsky. Fee: $325. Contact Armory Art Center, 1700 Parker Ave., West Palm Beach 33401; www.armoryart.org; (561) 832-1776.

Georgia, Watkinsville February 9?0 揚laster Mold Making Instruction and Demo?with Tom Spleth. Fee: $135, includes lunch. Contact Nancy Green; astadizzy@yahoo.com; (706) 769-5659.

Illinois, Warrenville January 12?3 揟ile: Making, Decorating, Marketing?with Paul Lewing. Contact Anne Gary, anne@davegary.com; (630) 561-7611.

Maryland, Frederick January 12?3 揈lectric Kiln?with Phil Berneburg. Fee: $175. February 7?0 揗asters?Throwing? with Joyce Michaud. Fee: $300. February 16?7 揝lip-Cast Porcelain from Original Modeled Plaster Molds?with John Albert Murphy. Fee: $185. March 1? 揅hinese Brushwork?with Xiaosheng Bi. Fee: $175. March 6? 揅hinese Yixing Teapots?with Hui Wang and Zhengzhong Zhang. Fee: $300; yixing clay available for additional fee. Contact Hood College, Ceramics Program, 401 Rosemont Ave., Frederick 21701; www.hood.edu/academic/art; (301) 696-3456.

Nevada, Las Vegas February 2 揗aster Throwing Class?with Tom Coleman. Fee: $120. February 14?7 揟hrowing Techniques and Crystalline Glazing?with Xavier Gonzalez. Fee: $400. February 23?4 揟hrown and Altered Pots?with Ellen Shankin. Fee: $200. April 19?0 揊unctional Pots: Handbuilding Forms with Slabs?with Sam Chung. Fee: $490, includes lodging. May 3? 揌andbuilding the Human Form?with Patti Warashina. Fee: $490, includes lodging. May 26?1 揊unction, Sculpture and Marketing? with Bill van Gilder. Fee: $1270, includes lodging. Contact Pottery West, 5026 N. Pioneer Way, Las Vegas 89149; potterywest@cox.net; www.potterywest.com; (702) 987-3023.

New Jersey, Lincroft January 9 揚recious Metal Clay: Syringe Filigree Drawing.?January 19 揚ottery Glaze Technique?with Susan Johnson. Fee: $38. February 6 揚recious Metal Clay: Artistic Ring.?Fee (unless noted above): $85. Contact Thompson Park Creative Arts Center, Monmouth County Park System, 805 Newman Springs Rd., Lincroft 07738; www.monmouthcountyparks.com; (732) 842-4000, ext. 4343.

New York, Port Chester January 12?3 揕andscape and Texture?with Matt Hyleck. Fee: $180. January 23?5 揌andbuilding Colorful Masks, Animals and Figures?with Lynn Ainsworth. Fee: $250. Contact Clay Art Center, 40 Beech St., Port Chester 10573; mail@clayartcenter.org; www.clayartcenter.org; (914) 937-2047.

New York, White Plains February 19?1 揝ymbiosis in Sets?with Todd Wahlstrom. Tuition: $144. Contact Westchester Art Workshop, 196 Central Ave., White Plains 10606; (914) 606-7500.

North Carolina, Brasstown January 6?2 揚itchers and Tumblers?with Mark Peters. Fee: $524. January 13?9 揂dvanced Wheel Throwing: Following Hunches, Taking Risks? with Kevin Crowe. Fee: $524. January 20?7 揟ricks of the Trade?with Susan Vey. Fee: $748. February 3? 揃eginning Portraits in Clay?with Mike Lalone. February 17?3 揌andbuilding Plates and Trays?with Mary Kay Botkins. February 24朚arch 1 揔itchen Pots for Baking and Serving?with Mary Dashiell. Fee (unless noted above): $478. Contact John C. Campbell Folk School, One Folk School Rd., Brasstown 28902; www.folkschool.org; (800) 365-5724.

North Carolina, Charlotte February 23?4 Workshop with Mark Hewitt. Fee: $115. Contact Carolina ClayMatters Pottery Guild, 5008 Glenbrier Dr., Charlotte 28212; goodallpottery2@bellsouth.net; www.carolinaclaymatters.org; (704) 537-9248.

North Carolina, Durham January 5? 揟echnique and Content: Coil Building Large Figurative Ceramic Sculpture?with Adrian Arleo. Fee: $215. Contact Claymakers, 705 Foster St., Durham 27701; info@claymakers.com; www.claymakers.com; (919) 530-8355.

North Carolina, Wentworth January 26?7 揅arolina Clay Guild Workshop: Functional Teapots?with Dan Finnegan. Fee: $90; members, $70. Contact Molly Lithgo, mlithgo@triad.rr.com; (336) 275-1202.

Ohio, Cleveland April 12?3 揚aperclay?with Graham Hay. Fee: $180; after January 20, $210. Contact Orange Art Center, 31500 Chagrin Blvd., Pepper Pike, OH 44124; www.orangeartcenter.org; (216) 831-5130.

Ohio, Springfield February 2? Workshop with Stephen Hill. Contact Charlotte Gordon, Springfield Museum of Art, 107 Cliff Park Rd., Springfield 45504; cgordon@springfieldart.net; (937) 325-4674.

Pennsylvania, Philadelphia February 23?4 揚ots as Nouns朏unction as Content?with Alec Karros. Fee (unless noted above): $210; members, $195. Contact The Clay Studio, 139 N. Second St., 19106; www.theclaystudio.org; (215) 925-3453.

South Carolina, Edgefield February 8? Workshop with Mark Hewitt. Fee: $75. Contact Gary Clontz, Piedmont Technical College, 506 Main St., Edgefield 29824; clontz.g@ptc.edu; www.ptc.edu/pottery; (803) 637-9616.

Texas, Houston February 23?4 揂ttention to Detail?with Tom Turner. Contact Karen Fiscus, C.A.M.E.O., PO Box 131032, Houston 77219; klfiscus@swbell.net; www.cameohouston.org

Washington, Edmonds March 29?0 揃usiness of Crafts Weekend Workshop?with Pamela Corwin and Manya Vee. Fee: $160; after January 15, $190. Contact Business of Crafts, www.businessofcrafts.com; info@businessofcrafts.com; (800) 969-0869.

international events

Australia, Gulgong through January 28 Susie McMeekin; at Cudgegong Gallery, 102 Herbert St.

Canada, Alberta, Banff January 17?1 揓ohn Chalke and Barbara Tipton: New Work? at Willock & Sax Gallery, 110 Bison Courtyard, 211 Bear St.

Canada, British Columbia, Burnaby February 23?4 揇irect from Down Under?with Robert Baron. Fee: $84.80 (US$86.20); quote barcode 146897. March 6?, 12 揥ood-firing? with Robert Barron. Fee: $318 (US$323); quote barcode 146898. Contact Shadbolt Centre for the Arts, 6450 Deer Lake Ave.

Canada, Ontario, Burlington through February 17 揟oronto Potters Guild? at Burlington Art Centre, 1333 Lakeshore Rd.

Canada, Ontartio, Toronto through January 20 Gertraud M鰄wald; at the Gardiner Museum, 111 Queen抯 Park.

Canada, Ontario, Waterloo through January 13 揧uichiro Komatsu: Spatial Juncture? at Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, 25 Caroline St. N.

Canada, Qu閎ec, Montr閍l through January 13 揋etting Together: Ceramics from Manitoba and Qu閎ec? at Mus閑 des ma顃res et artisans du Qu閎ec, 615, ave. Sainte-Croix.

Canada, Saskatchewan, Saskatoon through February 3 揇imensions 2007? at The Saskatchewan Craft Council and Gallery, 813 Broadway Ave.

Chile, Santiago January 2008 揝oda and Wood Kiln Firing Safari?with Doug Casebeer and Marilu Pelusa Rosenthal. For more information, visit www.chileanceramicworkshop.com. Contact Marilu Pelusa Rosenthal, Curaumilla Arts Center, marilurosenthal@yahoo.com; 56 2 321 6886.

Denmark, Skaelskor through February 30 揘etwork 2007? at International Ceramic Research Center, Guldagergard Heilmannsvej 31A.

England, Devon, Bovey Tracey through January 15 Terry Sawle and Blandine Anderson; at Devon Guild of Craftsmen, Riverside Mill.

England, Leeds through January 19 揅ollect,?works by Duncan Ross, Gabriele Koch, Morgen Hall and Walter Keeler. January 22朅pril 30 Jane Blackman; at the Craft Centre & Design Gallery, City Art Gallery, The Headrow.

England, London through February 17 揙ut of the Ordinary: Spectacular Craft.?January 25?9 揅ollect: International Art Fair for Contemporary Objects? at the V&A, Cromwell Rd.

January 9?1 揇esigner Crafts 2008? at Mall Galleries, 17 Carlton House Terrace.

January 16-20 揕ondon Art Fair? at the Business Design Centre, 52 Upper Street, Islington.

England, Surrey, Nutfield January 19朏ebruary 29 揝elect,?including ceramics by Nicola Malkin and Matthew Chambers; at The Grace Barrand Design Centre, 19 High St.

England, West Country May 25朖une 6 揚ottery and Archaeology Tour of UK SW.?For more information, visit www.portmoodytravel.com. Contact Alan or Gillian McMillan, Port Moody Travel, 2214 St. George Street, Port Moody, B.C., V3H 2G2 Canada; mcmillan@sfu.ca;?isabella@portmoodytravel.com; (604) 937-7696.

England, Worcester January 5?4 揝tepping Out 2008? at Gallery at Bevere, Bevere Ln.

England, York through January 20 揟he Christmas Collection? at Pyramid Gallery, 43 Stonegate.

France, La Borne through January 6 揘o雔 ?la Borne? at Centre de Cr閍tion C閞amique de La Borne, 18250 Henrichemont.

France, Saint Quentin La Poterie through January 6 ?00 Bols D扙xception.?St閜hanie Raymond. Caroline Chevalier; at Galerie Terra Viva, 14 rue de la Fontaine.

France, Sarreguemines through March 10 揅af? Th? Chocolat…? at Musé–‘ de la Fa飁nce, 17, rue Poincar?

France, S鑦res through January 14 揂u service de l扙mpereur: Le Service iconographique antique du Cardinal Fresch? at Mus閑 National de C閞amique, Place de la Manufacture.

Germany, Frechen through February 10 揙ne Century of Ceramics? at Stiftung Keramion-Zentrum f黵 moderne und historiche Keramik Frechen, Bonnstra遝 12.

Italy, Fondi March 4?5 揗edieval Town朓talian Maiolica Decorative Art Workshop,? includes day trips to Rome and Vietri. Fee: $1899, includes lodging, most meals and materials. May 27朖une 7 揗edieval Town朓talian Maiolica Workshop,?includes day trips to Rome and Vietri. Fee: $1899, includes lodging, most meals and materials. For more information, visit www.gotuzzoworkshops.com. Contact Gotuzzo Workshops, PO Box 2003, Newport Beach, CA 92659; gotuzzoworkshops@gmail.com; (714) 600-9535.

Jamaica, Falmouth April 25朚ay 3 揥orking in Jamaica: Ceramic Vessels and Pottery?with John Neely, Alleghany Meadows, Doug Casebeer and David Pinto. Fee: $2850 for single tuition. Contact Doug Ellis, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, 5263 Owl Creek Rd., Snowmass Village, CO 81615; dellis@andersonranch.org; www.andersonranch.org; www.jamaicaclay.com; (970) 923-3181.

Myanmar (Burma), Mandalay, Bagan, Inle Lake, Yagon January 14朏ebruary 2 揃urma: Ceramics and Cultural Excursion,?includes pottery making and firing in traditional villages, cultural and historical tours. Limit/session of 12. Contact Denys James, Discovery Art Travel, 182 Welbury Dr., Salt Spring Island, British Columbia V8K 2L8 Canada; denys@denysjames.com; www.denysjames.com; (250) 537-4906.

Netherlands, Amsterdam through January 1 Helen Dahl Hansen; at European Makers Gallery, Spiegelgracht 2a.

January 5?7 Esther Stasse; at Gallery Carla Koch, Veemkade 500, 6th Fl.

Netherlands, Delft through January 12 Philippe Dubuc; at Terra Delft, Nieuwstraat 7.

Netherlands, Deventer January 13朏ebruary 16 Sigrid Grote and Ulfert Hillers. February 24朚arch 22 Luk Versluys ; at Loes and Reinier International Ceramics, Korte Assenstraat 15.

Netherlands, Leeuwarden through March 9 Anne-Marie van Sprang, 揌anging and Standing.?through April 7 揟urkish and Dutch Ceramics.?through May 4 Johan van Loon, 揂 Life抯 Work 05? at Princessehof Ceramic Museum, Grote Kerkstraat 11.

South Korea, Gyungsangnam-do through March 30 揟he Shin Sang Ho Exhibition? at Clayarch Gimhae Museum, 358, Songjeong-ri, Jilye-myeon Gimhae-si.

Switzerland, Geneva through February 11 揓ean-Claude de Crousaz: C閞amique? at Mus閑 Ariana, Ave. de la Paix 10.

Wales, Cardiff through January 6 揜eflection.?February 29朅pril 20 揇ining In? at The Makers Guild in Wales, Craft in the Bay, The Flourish, Lloyd George Ave.

Wales, Ceredigion, Aberystwyth through January 19 James and Tilla Waters; at the Aberystwyth Arts Centre, University of Wales, Aberystwyth, Penglais Campus.

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