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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 5th June 2017


18 February - 23 April - Sale, Victoria, Australia
Jars - large vessels from the past ten years - exhibition by Owen Rye at Gippsland Art Gallery.

Link: www.wellington.vic.gov.au



March 9 - April 14 - New York, New York, USA
Timeless Elegance in Japanese Art Š Joan B Mirviss Gallery, including ceramics by Kitaoji Rosanjin, Shimaoka Tatsuzo, Hamada Shoji and Kakurezaki Ryuichi.

Link: www.mirviss.com



12 March - 5 May - Penland, North Carolina, USA
Painting with Fire - Spring intensive workshop exploring atmospheric firing techniques with Nick Schwartz, and guest teacher John Dix (for a two week period) at Penland School of Crafts.

Link: www.penland.org



25 March - 28 May - Nan¨ay, Cher, France
Exhibition of work by Claude Champy at Galerie Capazza.

Link: www.galerie-capazza.com



25 March - 11 June - St Ives, Cornwall, England, UK
Japanese Connections - Celebrating the Leach PotteryÕs Japanese Links, including work by Shinsaku Hamada and Tomoo Hamada (Mashiko) and Shigeyoshi Ichino (Tamba), in the Entrance Gallery.

Link: www.leachpottery.com



8 April - 27 May - Cwmbran, Torfaen, Wales
Earth, Fire and Salt - Touring exhibition of work by Micki Schloessingk at Llantarnam Grange Arts Centre.

Link: www.lgac.org.uk



6 May - 22 July - Seagrove, North Carolina, USA
Great Pots: Masterpieces from North Carolina and South Carolina, curated by Mark Hewitt, at North Carolina Pottery Centre coinciding with WoodfireNC international woodfire conference (8 - 11 June). A survey of the pottery regions of both states, of work mostly from the 19th century: From NC: earthenware pots from the Moravian, Catawba Valley, and St. AsaphÕs traditions; salt-glazed pots from Moore, Randolph, and Alamance Counties; alkaline-glazed pots from the Catawba Valley. From SC: decorated and undecorated stoneware from Edgefield; stoneware from Columbia and the Upstate region.

Link: www:ncpotterycenter.org



12 - 21 May - Oxfordshire, England, UK
The anagama at the Oxford Anagama Project is to be fired in May, as part of The Oxfordshire Arts Week. There is space for work available in the kiln. Pots to be delivered on Fri 6th and Sat 7th of May.

Link: www.oxfordanagama.org



8 - 11 June - Star, North Carolina, USA
WoodfireNC - International Woodfire Conference at STARworks Arts Centre. A collaboration between STARworks, the North Carolina Pottery Center and the woodfire potters of NC, the conference will be preceded by several firing workshops.

Link: www.woodfirenc.com

Link: www.instagram.com/woodfirenc

Link: www.facebook.com/hashtag/woodfirenc



10 - 25 June 10 - Herbster, Wisconsin, USA
The Best Little Wood-Fire Workshop - Mike Weber.

Link: www.weberwoodfire.com



11 - 23 June - Penland, North Carolina, USA
Out of Place: Josh Copus (USA) and Ben Richardson(AU). From the Ground to the Kiln: Kevin Lips(USA) and Hervˇ Rousseau(FR),Penland School of Crafts.

Link: www.penland.org



16 - 20 June - Layton, New Jersey, USA
Noborigama Wood Firing Workshop - with Takuro Shibata and Hitomi Shibata, at Peters Valley School of Craft.
11 - 14 August and 15 - 22 August - Making Work for the Anagama, and Firing the Anagama - with Matthew Schiemann.

Link: www.petersvalley.org



26 June - 1 July - Mendocino, California, USA
Yohen - Changed by Fire: Wood-Fire Train Kiln Workshop with Marc Lancet, at Mendocino Art Center.
24 - 29 July 29 - Wood Fired Surfaces, with Dave Zdrazil.

Link: www.MendocinoArtCenter.org



28 June - 1 July - Cooroy, Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia
Smoke on the Water - A Potters Party will feature artists from Korea, Japan, Singapore, Hungary, USA and Australia, with exhibitions (include First Wave Wood Firers organised by Ceramics Art Queensland, Presenters and Delegates, and several more), presentations, panel discussions, artist projects, demonstrations, Pecha Kucha talks and more. Pre-conference events will offer hands on, one on one experience with invited guest artists.

Link: www.smokeonthewater2017.com.au



1 - 31 July - Eureka, California, USA
Exhibition of wood-fired ceramics and sculpture by Conrad Calimpong, at Piante Gallery.

Link: www.piantegallery.com



11 - 21 July - Kecshemét, Hungary
Olsen Woodfire Marathon - with Fred Olsen (USA), at the International Ceramics Studio. Participants will have the opportunity to make work and fire it in all three of the Olsen kilns at the studio Š glaze and ash, salt, and the new Super E.

Link: www.icshu.org



7 - 18 August - Snowmass, Colorado, USA
Pottery: wood/salt/soda firing Š with Linda Christianson, at Anderson Ranch Arts Center.

Link: www.andersonranch.org



13 - 27 August - Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
Opening to the Fire: Approaching the Anagama Anew - Jeff Shapiro (USA), Gaya Ceramic Arts Center.

Link: www.gayaceramic.com



22 September - 14 October - Syracuse, New York, USA
Work by Liz Lurie, Julie Crosby and Fred Herbst, at The Gallery at Clayscapes Pottery.

Link: www.clayscapespottery.com



6 - 29 October - St. Joseph, Michigan, USA
Artful Ambiance: Contemporary Sake Vessels with Character Š curated by Lucien Koonce, including work by 35 artists from 8 countries, at Schaller Gallery.

Link: www.schallergallery.com





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