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Students at Tarnoff Art Center

Bill Armstrong Grant: New deadline, March 15

by Daisy Kates The Bill Armstrong Grant, named after a late member of the NM Potters and Clay Artists, is an annual grant of up to $1000 that supports ceramic ...
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Pack your Work

This article discusses how to pack your work for upcoming NMPCA shows, and might have some ideas for generally packing your work for galleries, shipping or other shows. The description ...
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Every Pot Has a Story

At the upcoming NMPCA exhibit, Conversations In Clay, we look forward to seeing conversations showing of all kinds of clay work: functional, decorative and sculptural. Our NMPCA membership includes people ...
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Natural Clay with Paper

Using Natural Ghost Ranch Clay and Paper Pulp in Short Workshops Artist and Teacher, Barbara Campbell, teaches workshops at Ghost Ranch. Barbara, who has been supporting herself as a potter ...
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2015 Annual Meeting of NMPCA

NMPCA President’s Letter

The President's Letter has been a long standing feature of the NMPCA Slip Trail newsletter and serves to keep members informed as to NMPCA activities and requirements. Here is the ...
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Conversations in Clay Jurors

The 2015 NMPCA Celebration of Clay all-member exhibition has merited several posts on this newsletter. The theme is Conversations in Clay and the exhibit will be located at the Fuller ...
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Pot Hollow Workshops 2015

2015 Ghost Ranch Ceramic Art Workshops NMPCA and Ghost Ranch's ceramic studio, Pot Hollow, have had a long and productive relationship, but it has not always been possible for members ...
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Contemporary Clay Fair, Spring 2015

When: Saturday, April 25th and Sunday, April 26th 2014 10am-5pm. Where: The Santa Fe Woman’s Club, 1616 Old Pecos Trail, Santa Fe, NM Website: Facebook: Come enjoy one ...
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Conversations in Clay 2

Get Ready for Celebration of Clay 2015 Don't we all love to eavesdrop on conversations? How about NMPCA members talking about their work in clay? At the 2015 Celebration of ...
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Conversations in Clay

As in previous years, the NMPCA will hold an exhibition of member work. It is our annual Celebration of Clay show that brings a variety of clay work from members ...
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Las Cruces Potters Guild 30 Anniversary Book

Las Cruces Potters Guild Anniversary Book

Congratulations to our friends, the Las Cruces Potters' Guild, on their 30th anniversary. They have published a book about the organization, their activities and members, showing highlights of the last ...
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Fall 2014 Contemporary Clay Fair

When: Saturday and Sunday, November 22- 23, 2014 10am-5pm. Where: The Santa Fe Woman’s Club, 1616 Old Pecos Trail, Santa Fe, NM Cost: Free Website: Facebook: Come enjoy ...
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The Slip Trail

How The Slip Trail Changed My Life

By Marilu Tejero It was 1999 while living in Melbourne, Australia, that I discovered in an artists webpage, Juanita Wolf from Corrales NM, and her amazing work. We started a ...
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Bill Armstrong Grant Awards

by Daisy Kates The winner of the 2014 year’s Bill Armstrong Grant was the q-Staff Theatre in downtown Albuquerque. They requested $500 for the materials, tools and firings needed to ...
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Participants Working at Gallimaufry 2014 workshop

Gallimaufry 2014 Photo Gallery

The 2014 NMPCA Ghost Ranch Workshop was held September 12-14. These photos of the sessions include some of the pictures incorporated into Jacquita Beddo's article about the workshop. Also included ...
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NMPCA 2014 Ghost Ranch workshop: Gallimaufry 2014

Ghost Ranch Workshop, 2014

Many Ways...Converging Paths Article by workshop attendee, Jacquita Beddo, about the NMPCA workshop held September 12-14 at Ghost Ranch. As I think about the Gallimaufry workshop it’s hard to explain ...
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The Slip Trail Blog

For over 40 years, the NMPCA Slip Trail newsletter has been a major part of the new Mexico Potters Association...renamed the New Mexico Potters and Clay Artists (NMPCA). This has ...
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Newsletter blog of the New Mexico Potters and Clay Artists: The Slip Trail