Seeing NCECA: A Student’s Perspective

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Seeing NCECA: A Student’s Perspective

As a student of ceramics at Berea College, I’m always observing and learning about the ceramics world. NCECA, however, takes the fire of my learning to a whole new cone pack.

This blog will capture my excitement of the before, during, and after of the 2013 NCECA. I will talk to ceramicists, explore dazzling exhibits, and embrace all that the NCECA paradise has to offer. This blog will be the log in which I jot all my gushing observations!

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Latest Activity: Dec 11, 2013

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A Student’s Perspective: Critiques, Creators, and Crazy Dancing

Started by Duncan Blount Mar 22, 2013. 0 Replies

NCECA: A Student Perspective, Day 2 Duncan BlountI wish I had an NCECA pause button! Yesterday was nonstop meeting/learning/seeing/experiencing/wowing.  Here are some of this student’s favorite moments, that maybe you can revisit today:Student CritiqueThe student critique was incredibly helpful! My critique was with a potter named Brian and he took a look at some of my salt-fired work. It was interesting to consider consistency in my mugs; my handles take on a thin wildness that the smooth,…Continue

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Seeing NCECA: A Student’s Perspective, Day 1

Started by Duncan Blount Mar 21, 2013. 0 Replies

Student Perspective Day 1, Duncan Blount What an amazing first day! Here are some of the incredible highlights:The First Purchase!After registration, I sat down with some other members at a small table not too far away. We all dug into our NCECA bags like it was Christmas, and then dove into our program schedules. I circled the events for the day (last year I was frantically running around everywhere with no plan), and headed to the Gallery Expo.After gawking at the initial displays, I made my…Continue

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A Bit About Me

Started by Duncan Blount Mar 5, 2013. 0 Replies

Hello! My name is Roswell Duncan Bryant Blount. I’m 21 years old, and I currently attend Berea College as both an English major and a Ceramics Apprentice. I work 10 hours a week to pay for my tuition, during which I make mugs and bowls for the craft program. As part of an outreach program, I demonstrate making pots to members of the community. I also am a Senator for the Student Government, and an ambassador to alumni and friends of the college who come for visits.Ceramics brings me a powerful…Continue

Tags: Student, Ceramics, Duncan, Houston, NCECA

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Comment by Sandra Murray on March 5, 2013 at 10:39am
This is going to be interesting and I'm looking forward to hearing more about it!:)
 

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Dear All Members, Followers and Likers of our Network pages.We are currently streamlining our pages at the moment and have found that fewer people are now following and using twitter and crafthaus to find out about jewellery events, exhibitions,…See More
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