Welcome to the evolving index of online resources.  Lots of schools are going digital.  The NCECA conference is investigating going online for this year.  We need one place to find all of the opportunities.  to add yours, fill out the form at the bottom and it will get added in to the main page.  When there’s enough things listed, we’ll start organizing…



Contact us at info (at) ceramicmaterialsworkshop.com with your .edu email address and we’ll get you set up. Or visit ceramicmaterialsworkshop.com for more information and a preview video of one of the lectures.













Just saw this great post from Namita Wiggers with a TON of resources, pasting here:

Teaching Links – Online
Hello All–
Here are some of the teaching resources that have been circulating in the past week.
LOTS of public google docs where people are sharing great tips, information, suggestions.
We have been using a combination of onsite/online teaching in the MA in Critical Craft Studies. I am writing up a document to share — will post by end of Friday.
RESOURCES 3.12.12020
Teaching Theatre Online: A Shift in Pedagogy Amidst Coronavirus Outbreak
FACEBOOK GROUPS – by request
Online Art & Design Studio Instruction in the Age of “Social Distancing”
Corona Teaching Resources – by request
Ideas for teaching ceramics online
Teaching online in times of disruption
ONLINE Asian American History Project
Consider using the 150+ transcribed interviews in the Asian Amerian Art Oral History Project archive in your online classes. “The purpose of the Asian American Art Oral History Project is to collect oral histories of Asian American artists and key organizers and participants of Asian American arts and cultural organizations. While the scope of the project encompasses diasporic and US born Asians across the United States, the primary focus of the archive is to document the history of Midwestern Asian American artists and arts organizations.” https://via.library.depaul.edu/oral_his/
This one has excellent additional resources at the end of the doc including ceramics resources
Resources for Online Instruction // VISUAL+STUDIO Arts Courses
Resources for Online Instruction // VISUAL+STUDIO Arts Courses
Free website for art learning run by Clara Lieu, RISD professor:
This list is specifically designed to serve freelance artists, and those interested in supporting the independent artist community. This includes, but is not limited to, actors, designers, producers, technicians, stage managers, musicians, composers, choreographers, visual artists, filmmakers, craft artists, teaching artists, dancers, writers & playwrights, photographers, etc.
***This is a crowd-sourced list – please add resources by category if you have them! However, please take care not to change the sharing settings; to ensure that folks can continuously have edit access, and be careful as you edit, to avoid removing useful resources that others may need.***
Email hannah.fenlon@gmail.com & abigail.vega1@gmail.com with questions and/or suggestions regarding this list.
PDF for unsettling coloniality:
(These are tools from community engagement thread):
Tools for students to create videos for presentations:
This is a list of some more free video editors (some are simple and some are more advanced, check out the descriptions to find one that suits you): https://www.oberlo.com/blog/best-free-video-editing-software