Now entering its third year, Blinc20:20 is becoming an exciting piece of programming at the annual conference.  This image-driven visually impacting short-form presentation provides a perfect platform for professors, students, international artists, or just about anyone who wants to be a part of the conference program.

Not too long ago, I was chatting with a local college professor, who was lamenting that getting funding from the university to attend the conference is becoming more challenging.  However, they are inclined to provide funds to anyone who is presenting at the conference.  He thought that the Blinc programming was ideal for many professors and students to take part in and share research they are currently doing, or developments in the field, or community collaborations and other such topics that would be of interest to like-minded NCECA-goers.  I couldn’t agree more!  And I also think this programming is perfect for a variety of other sorts of conference attendees:

Blinc 20:20 is also ideal for international attendees to share information about their own country or culture’s work in ceramics.

Blinc is great for any NCECA member who wishes to share a grassroots movement such as community project they created to broaden the reach of clay.

Take a look at some of last year’s presentations below and then head on over to read all the details and APPLY HERE. The deadline is imminent!  Don’t delay!