…with a mobile education and outreach gallery for beautiful handmade pottery–a collaboration between over 100 clay artists In Boston, we’ve recently launched a project to spread our passion for ceramics and design. We’re converting a 17ft bread truck into a mobile ceramics gallery, called POW! (Pots On Wheels) in order to bring excellent pottery to those who may not have had the opportunity to touch clay before. Our gallery will display a diverse range of work from […]
Tampa, Seattle, Houston, Milwaukee, and now Providence… Hard to believe that this year will be Student Perspective’s 5th birthday. Wow! Time sure does fly by. I still remember my first board meeting as the new student director for NCECA, and the idea of a student programming thread being put forth as we sat around the conference table down in Tampa, back in May of 2010. I was still absorbing the […]
Dear Clay Friends: If you had five minutes to tell a ClayStory, what story would you tell? We want to hear you tell it live, on stage, at NCECA 2015! For those of you who are planning on attending NCECA 2015 in Providence, Rhode Island, I have some exciting news to share. I’d like to ask you to join Steven Branfman and myself along with some outstanding potters for an […]
…Film night! We are excited to announce this NEW conference event. If you’re attending our 49th annual meeting in Providence, definitely plan to come relax and enjoy an inspiring film from the clay community at 5:30 on Thursday night, just before heading out to the show openings and galleries. Filmmakers – we are now accepting submissions for this opportunity. Click here to learn all the details for how to submit your film!
It’s that time again… it’s the “Oscars” of the ceramic world! Our community has the opportunity and responsibility to honor, recognize and acknowledge individuals in the field who have made incredible contributions. These are folks who have left a lasting impact and legacy with their work, service, teaching/mentorship or outstanding projects. We all know someone who has contributed in ways that change the way we see and think and left […]
Deadline – September 24 @ MIDNIGHT PACIFIC TIME!Attention all full time undergrad, grad and post-back students — it is time to apply to be a part of the nation’s première showcase of student talent in ceramics! Apply now to NCECA’s 2015 National Juried Student Exhibition, juried by Ryan LaBar and Magdalene Odundo and see you in Providence, RI in March!
Do you like a challenge? Do you live life as a “lively experiment?” Do you push boundaries, can you solve problems on the fly while working in front of an audience? Then, 2015 NCECA Projects Space is where you need to be. Don’t worry- you still have a month to complete your application materials for the October 1 due date for the 2015 NCECA Conference in Providence! NCECA’s Projects Space is […]
Calling all clay artists! It is time to get your application together for the 2015 NCECA Biennial! Our esteemed jurors Linda Christianson, Anders Ruhwald and Jo-Ann Conklin are looking forward to seeing your work and putting together a thoughtful and compelling exhibition for Lively Experiments in Providence, R.I. Don’t wait until the last day to apply! The deadline is July 1. Produced by the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts, The […]
Your NCECA Board will be meeting this week in Providence to start planning the programming for our 49th annual meeting. We are excited to review the MANY proposals we received. (A nearly 75% increase over proposals submitted last year! WOW!) While we are hard at work on conference plans and other business. Enjoy these Fun Facts about Providence, Rhode Island! (Big thanks to Lauren Skelly for putting this together!) Also be sure to […]
The Theme for the 49th Annual NCECA Conference in Providence is Lively Experiments (if you didn’t catch the exciting preview, check the video below). So now, we want to know, what’s YOURS? We all have something to say, why don’t you share it with us and your peers by submitting a proposal for next year’s conference programming! Although it seems like a long way away, having just met in Milwaukee, […]
Last night, your NCECA Board attended a lively reception in the lovely Porcelain Room of the Rhode Island School of Design. We were treated to a delightful evening of conversation with the “Rhody” people who will be working hard to make the 2015 conference a special experience for everyone. Each board member came away from that “launch party” with a positive and enthusiastic feeling. We all noticed the close-knit community that […]