Ceramic exhibition for NCECA 2014

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Ceramic exhibition for NCECA 2014

Time: February 14, 2014 from 6pm to 7pm
Location: Yet to be determined.
Street: yet to be determined.
City/Town: yet to be determined.
Phone: 803-641-6811
Event Type: ceramic, exhibition
Organized By: Tom Supensky
Latest Activity: Feb 14, 2012

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I am proposing a ceramic exhibition on an international scale for clay artists over the age of 70.  The exhibition will be at the NCECA conference 2014, providing we find a venue.  We will not know the site until the end of this March.  So far I have an amazing group of well-known artists including Jim Leedy, Don Reitz, Doug Baldwin, Joe Bova, Val Cushing, Verne Funk, Wayne Higby, Richard Shaw, Jack Troy, Judith Schwartz, Nina Hole, Wladtslaw Garnik, Karl Borgeson,Patti Warashina, me and others.  Sorry if I left any committed people out.  We will probably have about 30 clay artists in the exhibition.  We are still thinking of a good title for the exhibition...any suggestions? Hope to see lots of Crafthaus people there. Like clay, the older we get the better.

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Comment by Tom Supensky on February 14, 2012 at 11:07pm

Thanks Brigitte...I'll keep you posted.

Comment by Brigitte Martin on February 14, 2012 at 6:51pm
Very interesting! Please keep me in the loop how this all works out with a venue etc. Much success!

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