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MEMBER EVENTS

Welcome to the NCECA Member Event Posting, a service that allows Members to alert the public to upcoming events of interest. The posting of events to this page is a benefit of NCECA Membership that is only available to those whose member accounts are active and paid in full. We ask you to be aware of the following rules and conditions:

  • No commercial postings or offers of items or services for sale.
  • All Event postings will be subject to approval by NCECA.
  • The Members Event Board is the sole property of NCECA.

NCECA Membership fees are not included in any event registration.

HOW TO GET YOUR EVENT POSTED:
Please email the event details to candice@nceca.net:
Venue name and link to your website
City, State of Event
Title of Event
Important Dates
Description of 40 words or less

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NCECA 2016, 50TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE March 16-19, 2016 Kansas City, MO

 

July
Canton, CT
2016 Summer Pottery Workshops
May – August 2016
Canton Clay Works is offering several summer workshops covering a myriad of firing techniques.  Topics include Raku, Saggar, Sawdust, Wood (wood/soda) and many more!  Visit our website to learn more about this unique opportunity to experience so many firing types at one facility.

August
Canton, CT
2016 Summer Pottery Workshops
May – August 2016
Canton Clay Works is offering several summer workshops covering a myriad of firing techniques.  Topics include Raku, Saggar, Sawdust, Wood (wood/soda) and many more!  Visit our website to learn more about this unique opportunity to experience so many firing types at one facility.

September

Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts
Gatlinburg, TN
Utilitarian Clay VII: Celebrate the Object National Symposium
September 21-24, 2016

Held every four years since 1992, Arrowmont’s Utilitarian Clay Symposium enjoys a national reputation within the ceramics community. The Symposium, limited to only 200 attendees provides an intimate atmosphere for meaningful and on-going ​dialogue, in-depth conversations, great food and social activities.

October
The Dowd Gallery at SUNY Cortland
Cortland, NY
Future of the Past: Revitalizing Ancient Maya Traditions in Modern Maya Communities
October 19-December 1, 2016

This exhibition features contemporary ceramics by the San Antonio Women’s Cooperative in Belize alongside the objects and tools of their ancient Mayan ancestors. Jeremiah Donovan and Dr. Jaime Awe introduced members to modern processes that reinterpret ancient Maya pottery production.