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.)
Please give details of your event including dates, venue, venue address and contact details (e-mail, telephone, website).

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This Listing up-dated on 15th July 2019

23 March 2019 - 21 March 2021 - Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
The Persistence of Mingei - exhibition curated by Randy Johnston at Weisman Museum, University of Minnesota.

4 - 10 August - Gatlinburg, Tennessee, USA
Woodfiring and reduction cooling workshop with Seth Green. 6 - 12 October firing a train kiln - workshop with Jason Hess. Arrowmont School of Arts & Crafts.

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

25 - 31 August - Penland, North Carolina, USA
Exploring Natural Materials in Ceramics - workshop with Hitomi Shibata and Takuro Shibata at Penland School of Crafts.

4 - 6 October - Farmington, Pennsylvania, USA
Community woodfiring of two-chamber noborigama with Daniel Tomcik at Touchstone Center for Crafts.

6 - 19 October - Certaldo, Tuscany, Italy
Making for non-glaze finish - workshop with Simon Levin at La Meridiana International School of Ceramics.

26 October - 2 November - La Borne, Cher, France
Grands Feux 2019 - Now an annual occurrence in the village of La Borne and its environs, sixteen woodfire kilns will be fired during the 2019 event. There will also be several other special events taking place.

16 November - 1 December - Malvern, Victoria, Australia
Exhibition of work by Yuri Wiedenhofer at Malvern Artists’ Society Gallery, organised by the Skepsi Gallery.

23 November - 31 December - La Borne, Cher, France
Exhibition of work by Élisabeth Joulia (1925-2003)- at the La Borne Contemporary Ceramics Centre.

28 - 31 May 2020 - Star, North Carolina, USA
Woodfire NC will examine the relevance of woodfiring in educational, historical, ethical, and aesthetic contexts. The conference will be preceded by several woodfiring workshops across the state.

4 - 6 June 2020 - Newberg, Oregon, USA
Northwest Wood firing Conference on the themes of Sustainability, Accessibility, and Education. Lectures, demonstrations, panels, exhibitions. Pre-conference firing of the East Creek anagama in Willamina.