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We welcome announcements of woodfire related events: workshops, conferences, seminars, exhibitions etc., to be included on this page and also perhaps published in the Backlog Events Calendar of the next issue of The Log Book. (This will depend on how the date of an event ties in with actual publication schedules for The Log Book.)
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This Listing up-dated on 24th February 2019


1 - 30 March - 9700 France Avenue South, Bloomington Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
Western Wisconsin Pottery Tour - Connecting Public to Art - Wayne Branum, Willem Gebben, Randy Johnston, Jan McKeachie Johnston, Mark Pharis, S.C. Rolf, Zac Spates. Normandale Community College.

Link: www.normandale.edu



6 March - 2 April - Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Exhibition of work by Rowley Drysdale at Fox Galleries in Collingwood.

Link: www.foxgalleries.com.au



9 March - 14 April - Uppingham, Rutland, England, UK
Solo exhibition of new work by Clive Bowen at Goldmark Gallery.

Link: www.goldmarkart.com



11 March - 4 April - 2240 North Shore Drive, Wayzata, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
Lost & Found: Don Reitz + Chris Gustin Collaborations - highlighting a selection of work by each artist and five of the ‘Lost Works’ posthumous collaborations. Curated by Peter Held. Minnetonka Center for the Arts.

Link: www.minnetonkaarts.org



17 - 31 March - Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
Inimitable Forms: Wet Earth through Fire - making packing and firing workshop with Peter Callas at the Gaya Ceramic Studio.

Link: www.gayaceramic.com



20 March - 15 April - 4701 W 64th Street, Edina, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
Outside Hers - exploring nature as a catalyst for making and studio practice by four potters in the St. Croix River Valley. Lisa Buck, Linda Christianson, Jil Franke, and Jan McKeachie Johnston. Edina Art Center.

Link: www.edinaartcenter.com



22 - 25 March - Farmington, Minnesota, USA
Pre-NCECA Woodfire workshop with Jack Troy, Donovan Palmquist and Colleen Riley. Firing a two-chamber Bourry-box kiln at Eureka Pots.

Link: www.kilnbuilders.com



23 March 2019 - 2020 - Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
The Persistence of Mingei - exhibition curated by Randy Johnston at Weisman Museum, University of Minnesota.

Link: www.weisman.umn.edu



26 - 30 March - 2519 27th Avenue South, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
Pot Spot: St Croix Valley Pottery Tour 2019 - Work by all 54 potters in the 2019 Minnesota Potters of the St Croix River Valley Tour. Silverhouse Studio.

Link: www.silverhousestudio.com



15 - 22 April - Oxford, England, UK
Spring Firing in the anagama test kiln at Wytham Woods, Oxford University Kilns Project, to be led by Harriet Coleridge.

Link: oxfordanagama.org



19 - 22 April - Sasayama City, Hyogo Ken, Japan
Workshop with Nick Schwartz (USA) and John Dix (USA/Japan). A 24/7 studio intensive with demonstrations. 26 April - 6 May: Loading and firing the anagama.

Link: www.johndix.com



6 - 12 May - Skælskør, Denmark
Communal Woodfiring - in the Bourry-box and soda-glaze kilns, at Guldagergaard International Ceramics Research Center.

Link: www.ceramic.dk



2 - 8 June - Davis City, Iowa, USA
Train kiln building workshop with Ted Neal at Brotherhood of Christ Community School. Unique non-electric/horse-powered community building project.

Link: www.brotherhoodofchristchurch.org



June - Helena, Montana, USA
Team Taught - workshop with Linda Christianson and Simon Levin at the Archie Bray Foundation.

Link: www.archiebray.org



9 - 21 June - Penland, North Carolina, USA
The Whole Pot - workshop with Naomi Dalglish and Michael Hunt exploring the interaction between dark clay, white slip, and glaze in wood and gas kilns. 23 June - 5 July - Woodfiring and the Expressive Hand - with Catherine White - making and exploring the interaction of shape, stacking, and aesthetics packing and firing the woodfire kiln. Penland School of Craft.

Link: www.penland.org



8 - 11th August - Drybrook, Gloucestershire, England, UK
Making earthenware pots and firing in Phoenix woodfire kiln with Nigel Lambert.

Link: www.nigellambertpotter.co.uk





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