Get ready to rock at Marjon Ceramics Open House on January 26-27, 2018 in Phoenix, AZ! Join us for Make & Take projects by Mayco and other vendors on Friday, January 26. The Clay Olympics / Rock of Clayges will take place on Saturday, January 27! Let the mudslinging begin!
For more information visit the Marjon Ceramics website.
Join Mayco at Highwater Clays in Clearwater, Florida for a free workshop. Mayco designer, Todd Hickerson will be demonstrating techniques for achieving amazing and dramatic effects by using Mayco Flux in combination with other glazes. Small salad bowls and glazes will be provided so you can try these techniques and take the bowls home to fire. General glazing and technical questions will also be answered.
Join Mayco's Todd Hickersons at the 33rd Annual Alabama Clay Conference on February 15-18 in Montgomery, Alabama. Stop by the Mayco booth to ask questions, see examples, and learn more about Mayco products!
Visit the Alabama Clay Conference website for registration and more details.
Looking for some fun before NCECA? Join the pre-NCECA workshop, sponsored by Mayco, with Adam Field at the Hope Center for Arts and Technology in Sharon, PA on March 12th and 13th from 10am to 6pm with each day showcasing a different demonstration. Monday will be porcelain throwing and carving techniques, and Tuesday will be traditional Korean onggi fermentation jar techniques. Both of these demonstrations are awesome to see firsthand.
Mayco's Todd Hickerson will be on site demonstrating Mayco products and tools!
If you would like more information on how to register, go to www.hopecat.org/workshop
Prices break down to non-students being $100 for Monday AND Tuesday, or $65 per individual day, and students being $50 for Monday AND Tuesday, or $35 per individual day.
“The Hope Center for Arts & Technology, or HopeCAT, is a replication of Bill Strickland’s Manchester Bidwell Corporation (MBC) in Pittsburgh, an educational model blending the principles of art, music, and environment with career training to produce productive members of society. Replication programs are not intended to just mentor students, but to break cycles of poverty and drive economic growth in the region. Thus they work with the region’s employers and educators to continue identifying needs to expand programs.”
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