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NCECA  The National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that cultivates creative opportunity.

Amazing co-lecture by Ted Vogel @tedvogel and Brian Harper @bharperstudio, "The Digital Image Dialog" at #nceca2017: Vogel of accessCeramics and Harper of artaxis are the developers of the leading #ceramic image databases. Each will present their website and discuss the development, goals, the selection process and the impact that these and other image resources are having on ceramics world wide.

#Clay as #cultural material remembers and permeates our lives. When we see all the hands at work, hear all the voices, learn all the stories, we collaborate to dismantle institutional inequities and empower communities erased from the cannon, classroom and museum. We recenter clay, flux and transform. Hear more from Lauren Sandler, @laurensandlerstudio at her lecture, "Recenter: Decolonize the Clay"

@didemmert_pottery in the #process room at #nceca2017! Mert will demonstrate using soft #slabs within bisque slump molds to create her signature ovaled #bowl forms. She will apply terra #sigillata and AMACO Velvet #Underglaze on the bowl to create a sense of playfulness directed through the #color palette, while retaining a minimalistic #design.

Five weeks and counting. #nceca2017 #pdx

We hope everyone has had a beautiful Valentine's Day, however you chose to celebrate. We like these beautiful tulips of spring in the evening more enchanting work of @sanamemami, who will be part of a panel on the cultural impact women in clay at #nceca2017 This panel will explore the dynamics of contemporary cultural influences on women of diverse cultural backgrounds working in ceramics from sculpture to pottery.

Learn "an easy way to adjust #glazes" from Steve Loucks at #nceca2017 Loucks received his MFA at Alfred. He is a full-time studio potter after retiring as full professor from JSU, AL. Steve has conducted numerous workshops and lectures on Developing Glazes and Functional Pottery. He has been awarded fellowships from the Alabama State Council on the Arts and a SAF/NEA fellowship.

Great image of Toshiko Takaezu and Robert Turner examining the work at the first annual ACC Northeast Regional craft fair and conference held in August 1966, Stowe, VT. Want to learn more? Join Jessica Shaykett @jshaykett & Julie K. Hanus @jkhanus in their #nceca2017 co-lecture, "Of Cow Piles and Caveats: a whirlwind tour through the sometimes wacky, always wonderful ceramic highlights of the American Craft Council Archives"

Very excited to have McArthur Freeman @mcarthur_freeman in the #nceca2017 #fablab. Freeman is a visual artist whose work combines three interrelated emerging technologies: digital sculpting, 3D scanning, and 3D printing. Using hybrid digital/traditional processes, his work explores aspects of racial socialization. Freeman is an Assistant Professor at the University of South Florida where he teaches animation and digital modeling.

Very excited that Kim Dickey @kimpdickey will be one of our simultaneous #demonstrators at #nceca2017 you can also see her work in the #NCECAannual, #evocativegarden

Join Susan Speck in the #process room in her #demonstration of a hollow foot on #handbuilt #vessels. @susan_speck uses #bisque molds, hardware, cookie cutters and slab techniques to create her funk-tional #cups, and she'll teach you exactly how during her presentation, "my big fat hollow bottoms" at #nceca2017

Who's gonna want one of these limited run copper bottles? #nceca2017

Seattle based artist, Kristin Schimik will present "A Prayer Without Words" in the #projects space at #nceca2017 The Projects Space is a platform for #ceramic #artists to #create and present works during the annual conference that incorporates #clay as medium in time-based, performative, relational or site-responsive work