Three Generations of Knowledge: Seng Beh Workshop by Eden Radfarr, 2019 NMPCA Ghost Ranch workshop scholarship recipient Over twenty potters, beginners and experts alike, gathered at Ghost Ranch over Labor Day Weekend, 2019, for an intense four days of learning from four generations of renowned Santa Clara ceramists; Jody, Polly, Susan and Kaa Folwell. We were there to learn to… Continue reading "Three Generations of Knowledge: Seng Beh Workshop"
By Elizabeth Cunningham The maverick spirit of Black Mountain College appealed to Cynthia Homire’s adventurous nature. The place had aroused her interest while at Swarthmore High in Pennsylvania. Cynthia’s first direct connection happened while attending Windsor Mountain School in Lenox, Massachusetts. Three of her instructors, fresh from studies at Black Mountain, reinforced the progressive education she received at Windsor. She… Continue reading "Cynthia Homire Remembered"
A Residency in Seagrove, NC A town with the largest concentration of working potters in the United States. Christine L. Evans, a long-time member and former board member of the NMPCA, has recently been accepted into the Artist In Residency program at the North Carolina Pottery Center (NCPC) in Seagrove, NC. The NCPC is a museum and educational center devoted… Continue reading "A Residency in Seagrove, NC"