Monthly Archives: February 2019

NCECA Make-in Studio!

Posted on February 26, 2019

Wondering what exactly the NCECA Make-in Studio is? Organizer, Mark Shapiro shares all the details on his blog post for NCECA. You can read all about it here:


Posted in NCECA

Student Spotlight: Sara Goettsch

Posted on February 21, 2019

The story of NCC Student Sara Goettsch begins with an invitation to take a class. Join us as she relates the tale: 

“I took my first class at NCC about 15 years ago. A couple of my friends were...

Posted in Education, Community Interviews

Artist Spotlight: Sarah Chenoweth Davis

Posted on February 14, 2019

Sarah Chenoweth Davis has been a welcome addition to past lineups of the American Pottery Festival and NCC is proud to represent her work in our sales gallery. She is part of the 112- year...

Posted in Sales Gallery

Artist Spotlight: SC Rolf

Posted on February 8, 2019

Today we turn our artist spotlight toward River Falls, WI, where Steve (SC) Rolf pursues the balance of two loves – clay and family. On a cool September morning, as the leaves start to turn, we...

Posted in Sales Gallery

Artist Spotlight: Alessandro Gallo

Posted on February 7, 2019

You may remember Alessandro Gallo’s work from the 2017 exhibition Tempered Beasts at NCC, one of the many exhibitions and collections featuring his work around the globe or from the 2018...

Posted in Artist Services, Artist Grants, Artist in Residence

Program Spotlight: MN NICE Year Five

Posted on February 6, 2019

Last November, we celebrated our fourth graduating class of Minnesota New Institute for Ceramic Education (MN NICE). The program is currently in its fifth year with another diverse and lively student body. Students enrolled in the 2018 program include: Clarice Allgood, Chris Bond, Shelli...

Posted in Artist Services, Education, MN NICE, Community Interviews

Artist Spotlight: Kat Wheeler

Posted on February 5, 2019

Kat Wheeler is a potter from Knoxville, Tennessee. In 2008, she received her BFA in Ceramics from the Appalachian Center for Crafts at Tennessee Tech University. While working towards her degree, Wheeler worked part-time for two established studio potters, Peter Rose and Judy Brater. Under their guidance, she helped fire the wood kiln and...

Posted in Sales Gallery, Community Interviews
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