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Symposium Wrap Up

  I wanted to do one last post on the symposium. After a quick nap, and time to get gussied up, everyone heads to favorite local downtown…

Started by Liz Steiner

0 May 13, 2011

Day 3: Tom Muir Lecture

Tea Infuser, sterling silver, 1991   Our last lecture of the symposium was Tom Muir, who spoke in depth about his work. Unfortunately, I mi…

Started by Liz Steiner

1 May 10, 2011
Reply by anne havel

Day 3: Michael Dale Bernard Lecture

Sorry for the three week hiatus, but I got super crazy busy with finishing up my MFA thesis. I hope you understand.   After all the worksho…

Started by Liz Steiner

0 Apr 19, 2011

Day 3: Workshops with Tom Muir, Michale Dale Bernard and Mi Sook Hur

Ok, so here's the part of the symposium where things get a little spotty. I spent the first session on Sunday bouncing between Tom Muir's m…

Started by Liz Steiner

0 Mar 26, 2011

Day 2: Student Exhibition and Charm Swap

Our last event for Saturday was the opening for the Student Exhibition and this year, we also had a charm swap.   All attendees to the symp…

Started by Liz Steiner

2 Mar 16, 2011
Reply by Liz Steiner

Day 2: Panel Discussion

photo credit Dejan Jovanovic   After Nicole's lecture, all of the presenters and speakers participated in a panel discussion, answering que…

Started by Liz Steiner

0 Mar 10, 2011

Day 2: Nicole Jacquard Lecture

After all the workshops were over, everyone took a quick break before heading back to the auditorium for Nicole Jacquard's lecture, Technol…

Started by Liz Steiner

0 Mar 3, 2011

Day 2: Slip Casting with Lisa Johnson

So, as I said before, symposium participants attend two out of three workshops per day, which means there's going to be one workshop that y…

Started by Liz Steiner

0 Feb 23, 2011

Day 2: Mineral Pigments with Ken Bova

We're very lucky to have Ken Bova with us this year, since Linda is abroad with a group of students in Italy. And while we miss Linda very…

Started by Liz Steiner

1 Feb 15, 2011
Reply by Brigitte Martin

Day 2: Caroline Gore Keynote Lecture

I was surprised and thrilled when I found out that Caroline Gore was going to be our key note speaker this year. I've been in love with he…

Started by Liz Steiner

4 Feb 8, 2011

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