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"Welcome aboard, Kelly! Sweet cups!"
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"Berea is an amazing place to work. In exchange for a 10 hour labor position, I get a tuition free scholarship from Berea College. After an intro class, I was allowed to apply for the apprenticeship program and now I make around 900$ worth of…"
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"I love this! I wanna reach out and rub it!"
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"Great looking work, Duncan!...I'd like to hear your impressions of the program at Berea College sometime. From what i can tell, it seems like a really strong place to learn ceramics and pottery, in particular."
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Crafting this Antipodean Place

Australian landscapes are old, powerful and strange to Eurocentric eyes. To Indigenous Australia, whose pre-colonial history stretches back something like 60,000 years, every part of the landscape was active and spirited, full of story, meaning and relatedness. Contemporary mainstream Australia views the land as a resource to be measured, assessed, and exploited, without agency and devoid of meaning beyond economic value.This exhibition presents the work of Australian craft artists who engage…See More
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New Orleans
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Tulane University
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I am a ceramic artist/potter and part time college professor at Tulane University.
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At 9:54am on February 20, 2014, Brigitte Martin said…

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At 7:53pm on January 29, 2013, Kelly Lynn Daniels said…

Thanks John.  I love your work!

At 3:50pm on January 8, 2013, Duncan Blount said…

Berea is an amazing place to work. In exchange for a 10 hour labor position, I get a tuition free scholarship from Berea College. After an intro class, I was allowed to apply for the apprenticeship program and now I make around 900$ worth of functional pottery each semester for the college to sell. The best part is, I get studio time each day, but I do not intend to become a ceramics professional - it's my passion and my therapy. I love it.

At 9:21pm on November 6, 2012, Carol Palmer Huntington said…

Lovely pieces...  very voluptuous...

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