In partnership with Skutt Kilns, David Gamble will be sharing his wealth of knowledge with over 40 years of experience under his belt.
Discussions to include using commercial glazes, drying pots, loading, firing and some maintenance and repair info. Plus additional clay project ideas for classrooms.
Great for ANYONE firing electric kilns, especially K-12 Art Education teachers.
A minimal fee will be collected to reserve your spot. We look forward to seeing you Saturday, March 2!
$10/person - Practically FREE!
Gamble has four decades of balancing art and business in the ceramic industry. He has developed products, written articles, designed and conducted marketing campaigns, while continuously making clay art and teaching. An MFA and a MED Art graduate, David is contributing an educational focus at Skutt Kilns and Pottery Wheels.
He has conducted hundreds of workshops in the United States and Canada and has helped organize and participated in five clay symposiums in Eastern Europe.
His more recent workshops were in Finland, Alaska, Watershed and many at Arrowmont and Penland. His artwork has been seen in gallery shows, exhibitions and numerous publications.
Lodging is available on the 2nd floor of the Morean Workshop Space featuring private sleeping quarters, shared restrooms, large-communal kitchen and plenty of space to spread out!
Contact Valerie@moreanworkshopspace.org for availability.