Listen in to a discussion from the Seattle conference between Patti Warashina, Tip Toland and Wally Bivins on making meaningful art. Three Northwest ceramic sculptors who manipulate imagery in their narrative works will investigate what they strive to express and discover in creating works of ”substance”. Each will discuss the roles of passion, conviction and commitment in nurturing and maintaining an artist’s spirit and production over the course of a lifetime […]

ICYMI (In Case You Missed It) The NCECA podcast has returned!  With big thanks to Ben Carter for all of his expertise and assistance, NCECA has been releasing a variety of episodes for our members to enjoy!  This season premiered in September with an episode recorded live at the 2014 Conference in Milwaukee, Igniting the Workshop Circuit.  Since then, we have made available Episode 18, Factory as Studio a panel moderated by […]

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Ruth Braunstein and Don Reitz were both Inducted as honorary members of our organization today. Honorary members are individuals who have made an outstanding contribution to the professional development of the ceramic arts. The program guide includes summaries of all our honorees. The experience of seeing these amazing people accepting their awards and listening to their delightful stories goes far beyond the blurb in the book. Ruth Braunstein was funny […]

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Let’s all have some fun! Click here to learn the dance and lyrics for the opening ceremony on Wednesday March 28th at 7 pm and ring in the opening of the Seattle Conference. Wally and Marge have done a great job putting this together and it would be awesome to have everyone in attendance to be a part of this.

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NCECA’s Green Task Force (GTF) will be holding a silent auction for a Ci Products Cink at the GTF booth #203. The Cink is a portable unit that can be moved to any location you choose in the studio or classroom.  It needs no plumbing… it saves tons of water by reusing 11 gallons of the stuff!! A bucket collects sediment, which can then be recycled into your reclaim clay or glaze buckets creating […]