NCECA would like to Welcome, Gerald Brown as our new Social Media Curator. "I am overjoyed to be selected as the new Social Media Curator for The National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA). I hope to bring [...]
Sponsored Content- Adam Partridge Auctioneers is pleased to be selling the largest collection of studio ceramics ever auctioned in the UK, with more than 1000 lots and some 1500 pots from around the world on sale. The Shurzs participated in [...]
First Actions: NCECA has updated its post on “First Actions” to reflect additional steps since the original posting.
NCECA has updated its post on “First Actions” to reflect additional steps since the original posting. NCECA is committed to addressing the structural racism that exists within the organization. Critical and creative insights from our communities provide essential contributions in [...]
By Naomi Clement Ever since I started attending NCECA conferences, I have donated a cup to the NCECA Annual Cup Exhibition and Sale. I always enjoy dropping off my cup at the conference, and I look forward to seeing [...]
As we all know the 2020 NCECA National Juried Student Exhibition did not play out as expected. Yet, the show must go on. Thanks to our dedicated jury, Salvador Jimenez and Virginia Scotchie and some behind the scenes people: [...]
Hello NCECA members, NCECA received a record number of pre-conference registrations for NCECA’s 2020 conference that was cancelled due to the COVID-19 crisis. The NCECA staff have been busy refunding conference fees and are coming to the conclusion of processing requests received [...]
Sacramento will host the 2022 Conference of NCECA! Welcome Nancy Servis as our Sacramento On-Site Liason!
Sacramento will be the hub for all things clay during the 2022 NCECA conference! Northern California is where the rise of modern studio ceramics took hold with the arrival of Marguerite Wildenhain, Antonio Prieto, and Edith Heath. Their arrival built [...]
2020 jurors for NCECA emerging artist: Kevin Snipes, Julia Galloway, Sequoia Miller "How do you map a field? The six recipients of NCECA’s 2020 Emerging Artist award embody, in our eyes, the most compelling directions in contemporary studio ceramics. [...]
With hundreds of artists involved in working with clay in the region "the cradle of American Art Pottery, spearheaded by women" Cincinnati becomes a fitting place for the 55th Annual NCECA conference. We anticipate the return after 31 years to invigorate the [...]
Welcome to the 2020 NCECA new board members! NCECA Board members volunteer their time and energy that directly impacts our community and our field. Some board members are appointed by the current board and others are voted onto the board [...]
"The role of NCECA onsite conference liaison involves a journey filled with challenges and discoveries. Kelly Kerr and Jeff Vick undertook the many dimensions of this experience with humility, grace, and perseverance. Few if any of those called on to [...]
The National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) is pleased to announce Pete Pinnell, Professor of Art at University of Nebraska-Lincoln, as the president of the organization. Pete is a longtime contributor to the [...]
Congratulations to the 2020 International Artist in Residence Christy Wittmer and Yeonsoo Kim. The purpose of NCECA is to promote and improve the ceramic arts through education, research and creative practice. One of the many ways that NCECA supports its [...]
Ling Chun, Ruth Easterbrook, Nurielle Stern, Stephanie Hanes, Yeonsoo Kim, Cathy Lu NCECA believes that those creating work offering new/exciting/thoughtful perspectives on the ceramic medium, expanding upon genres of creative production and inquiry are qualified as candidates for its Emerging [...]