The More We Learn, the More We Grow
~Stephen Eckelberry, National Recreation and Park Association
I believe we must share our knowledge with others to better our work and communities. As students of the world we should always be asking questions, experimenting and attempting to remain curious.
Over the years I have been referring students of all ages at all skill levels to websites and books that support this philosophy of development.
Below are resources I would encourage you to explore. Check back often for more additions, and read my blog for more on my processes. My links page will guide you to art centers, ceramic residencies and programs you may want to consider.
ceramicsfieldguide.org/: "The “Field Guide for Ceramic Artisans” is a website of information and resources developed to help and support students when they are finishing school.
by Julia Galloway
Potter, Professor and Director of the School of Art
College of Visual and Performing Arts
The University of Montana
If you are interested in thermofaxing (simple printmaking technique) see the following websites:
www.diyprintsupply.com/ This website has products you can purchase.
www.thermofaxprinting.co.uk/ Order custom and stock screens here.
email Brooke Noble firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to place an order for custom screens.
artaxis.org/ Find contemporary ceramic artists' websites, artist statements and images here. Apply to be represented on this artist-run website.
cfileonline.org/ Contemporary ceramics.
ceramicartsdaily.org/ Read artist blogs, find glaze recipes and much more.
*digitalfire.com/services/database.php?l? Ceramic programs in academic settings.
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