10125 E. Jefferson Ave.
Detroit, MI 48214
RETAIL & GALLERY SALES
From Watershed's website:
"On the second Saturday of July each year, hundreds of people come to the Watershed campus for a memorable picnic—and carry home one of 550 hand-crafted plates as a souvenir of this special day. The plates are created by a dedicated artist-in-residence who spends the summer at Watershed making 550 plates for the Salad Days festival.
Visitors pick out a favorite plate and load it up with a delicious array of local foods—breads, locally sourced salads, and desserts—all prepared by area restaurants and Watershed cooks. In addition to the picnic lunch, Salad Days includes live music, artist demos, a ceramics exhibition, and a pottery sale of fine-crafted ceramics made by Watershed artists from around the country.
Many area farms, restaurants and other businesses contribute to the success of this annual event—which provides important funds to keep Watershed offering its ceramic art programs. Tickets for Salad Days go on sale every May. You may purchase tickets in advance or at Salad Days during the event. For more information about helping to sponsor this signature event, please contact us at (207) 882-6075 or email@example.com."
Watershed Center For The Ceramic Arts
19 Brick Hill Road, Newcastle, ME 04553
Kurt Anderson was the Salad Days resident in 2016.
We will also be demoing all day. Come tour Watershed, meet the amazing people that keep it going, and us!
Image of plate by cousin Michael Kline (host).
A good ole' time meeting people, sharing stories, and getting some great pots into good homes.
From the Cousins in Clay website:
"You are invited to come and visit with the "Cousins in Clay - Mountains" for their 5th Annual show and sale of contemporary art pottery . The event takes place under the mighty oaks on the breezy ridge near the Kline Pottery in the mountain town of Bakersville, NC....Watch pottery demonstrations, enjoy some awesome red beans and rice, drink some cold one’s and celebrate the art of the potter in this summer's "Cousins in Clay: Mountains".
Many thanks to the hosts of Cousins in Clay including Michael Kline, Bruce Gholson, and Samantha Henneke.
I'm incredibly honored to be presenting at POTTERS COUNCIL'S EVENT Bridging the Gap: Traditional Techniques Made Modern at Queen City Clay.
3130 Wasson Rd.
Cincinnati, OH 45209
513.871.2529 - phone
866.GETCLAY - toll free
513.871.5576 - fax
10:00am-10:30am B113-116 (Level 1)
PROCESS: OVALED BOWLS + SIG LOVE By Didem Mert
Mert will demonstrate using soft slabs within bisque slump molds to create her signature ovaled bowl forms. She will apply terra sigillata and AMACO Velvet Underglaze on the bowl to create a sense of playfulness directed through the color palette, while retaining a minimalistic design.
Oregon Convention Center
777 NE Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard
Portland, OR 97232