Clay Times Back Issues Vol. 21 Issue 99 - Winter/Spring 2015 - Page 12

Hot Stuff I News & Events CLAYTIMES·COM n WINTER / SPRING 2015 The Fulwood MeasureTM The perfect tool for same-size production pottery. Unique hinged pointer measures height and diameter of the pot and moves out of the way when not in use. With the Fulwood Measure, you can get it right every time. Handcrafted in beautiful hardwood and made in the USA. Kissimmee River Pottery Stangl Factory 12 Mine Street Flemington, NJ 08822 908.237.0671 riverpots @ earthlink.net www.riverpots.com What’s Hot (continued from previous page) of mosaic works, to take place May 16 through July 4. Entry fee is $30 for up to five digital images. Sarah McCann will curate. To apply, visit www.baltimoreclayworks.org/ exhibition and click on the “future exhibitions” link. ‰ MUG Shots VII: The National Juried Cup Exhibition 2015 is accepting entries through Feb. 17 of functional and nonfunctional ceramic cups completed within the past two years. $30 entry fee for first work; $5 for additional applications. Juror is Brian Harper. To apply, visit luxcenter.org or juriedartservices.com, or call 402.466.8692 for additional information. ‰ The Art League of Lincoln, in partnership with Blue Line Arts, will be holding their annual America’s ClayFest III Art Show and Competition at Blue Line Arts Gallery in Roseville, CA. Formerly known as the Feats of Clay show held at Gladding McBean Clay Manufacturing Co. in Lincoln, the show carries forward a rich history of more than 25 years. Entries for two concurrent exhibitions are being accepted through Feb. 27. Casey O’Connor will jury the “Student Division” show, to be hosted by the Art League of Lincoln at their Art Center Gallery. Entry fee: $25 for up to three works. Tip Toland and Peter Held will jury the “Open Division” show, to be held at Blue Line Arts Gallery in Roseville, CA. Fee: $40 for up to three entries. Complete submission details for both shows, to take place Apr. 17-May 30, are posted at www.americasclayfest.org. To learn more, call Mike Daley at 916.209.3499, or e-mail: mdaley@americasclayfest.org ‰ The Guilford, Connecticut Art Center is accepting 3D submissions from U.S. artists through March 16 for Teapots, Vessels, Flagons & Flasks, to take place May 15-June 14. Hayne Bayless will jury the show, which will focus on pourable containers. Entry fee is $25 for three digital images submitted via e-mail to gallery@guilfordartcenter.org. For complete details, visit www. guilfordartcenter.org, or telephone 203.453.5947. ‰ The Workhouse Arts Center of Lorton, Virginia is accepting submissions through May 6 for its 2015 Clay National, to take place Aug. 1-Sept. 13. Juror: Anne Currier. Entry fee: $30 for three digital images of work made primarily with clay by U.S. artists. For more information, call 703.584.2982 or log onto www. workhouseceramics.org and click on the “Clay National 2015” link. ‰ The Kansas City Clay Guild Tea Bowl National 2015 is accepting U.S. artist entries through May 8 for its juried exhibition of teabowls, both traditional and non-traditional. Entry fee: $30 for up to three 9" or smaller works reflecting the theme of the show (tea bowls, not just bowls) and completed within the past two years. Each piece will be for sale at $200 or less at the show, to open August 28 in Kansas City, Missouri. Further details can 12 Hot Stuff I News & Events What’s Hot (continued from previous page) of mosaic works, to take place May 16 through July 4. Entry fee is $30 for up to five digital images. Sarah McCann will curate. To apply, visit www.baltimoreclayworks.org/ exhibition and click on the “future exhibitions” link. The Fulwood Measure TM The perfect tool for same-size production pottery. Unique hinged pointer measures height and diameter of the pot and moves out of the way when not in use. With the Fulwood Measure, you can get it right every time. Handcrafted in beautiful hardwood and made in the USA. CLAYTIMES·COM n WINTER / SPRING 2015 Kissimmee River Pottery 12 Stangl Factory 12 Mine Street Flemington, NJ 08822 908.237.0671 riverpots @ earthlink.net www.riverpots.com ‰ MUG Shots VII: The National Juried Cup Exhibition 2015 is accepting entries through Feb. 17 of functional and nonfunctional ceramic cups completed within the past two years. $30 entry fee for first work; $5 for additional applications. Juror is Brian Harper. To apply, visit luxcenter.org or juriedartservices.com, or call 402.466.8692 for additional information. ‰ The Art League of Lincoln, in partnership with Blue Line Arts, will be holding their annual America’s ClayFest III Art Show and Competition at Blue Line Arts Gallery in Roseville, CA. Formerly known as the Feats of Clay show held at Gladding McBean Clay Manufacturing Co. in Lincoln, the show carries forward a rich history of more than 25 years. Entries for two concurrent exhibitions are being accepted through Feb. 27. Casey O’Connor will jury the “Student Division” show, to be hosted by the Art League of Lincoln at their Art Center Gallery. Entry fee: $25 for up to three works. Tip Toland and Peter Held will jury the “Open Division” show, to be held at Blue Line Arts Gallery in Roseville, CA. Fee: $40 for up to three entries. Complete submission details for both shows, to take place Apr. 17-May 30, are posted at www.americasclayfest.org. To learn more, call Mike Daley at 916.209.3499, or e-mail: mdaley@americasclayfest.org ‰ The Guilford, Connecticut Art Center is accepting 3D submissions from U.S. artists through March 16 for Teapots, Vessels, Flagons & Flasks, to take place May 15-June 14. Hayne Bayless will jury the show, which will focus on pourable containers. Entry fee is $25 for three digital images submitted via e-mail to gallery@guilfordartcenter.org. For complete details, visit www. guilfordartcenter.org, or telephone 203.453.5947. ‰ The Workhouse Arts Center of Lorton, Virginia is accepting submissions through May 6 for its 2015 Clay National, to take place Aug. 1-Sept. 13. Juror: Anne Currier. Entry fee: $30 for three digital images of work made primarily with clay by U.S. artists. For more information, call 703.584.2982 or log onto www. workhouseceramics.org and click on the “Clay National 2015” link. ‰ The Kansas City Clay Guild Tea Bowl National 2015 is accepting U.S. artist entries through May 8 for its juried exhibition of teabowls, both traditional and non-traditional. Entry fee: $30 for up to three 9" or smaller works reflecting the theme of the show (tea bowls, not just bowls) and completed within the past two years. Each piece will be for sale at $200 or less at the show, to open August 28 in Kansas City, Missouri. Further details can