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An Update From NCC

Hello everyone,

As you are likely aware, Northern Clay Center continues to meet the challenges presented during the last few months and found itself managing a more serious challenge this week. It’s impossible to overstate the concern and support we collectively offer to our community in the midst of dark injustice, exhaustion, anger, and sadness.

NCC Seeks Interns and Assistants

Join NCC for a fabulous and fun summertime clay adventure!

With camps scheduled to begin on June 8, we are seeking assistants that will be flexible to accommodate changing demands as our ability to facilitate programming becomes more clear. Last year, approximately 400 children participated in our weeklong camps, designed for all ability levels, for ages 6 and up.

Northern Clay Center Updates

Hello everyone,

We trust and hope you are discovering ways to fill your time and your soul these days. We are just checking in to let you know that we are still here and creating new strategies for serving our community while doing everything we can to keep NCC’s everyday organization needs met too. 

NCC Seeks Interns and Assistants

Join NCC for a fabulous and fun summertime clay adventure!

Each summer, NCC offers over 15 teaching assistantships and one paid internship for college students and recent high school graduates, ages 18 and older. Last year, approximately 400 children participated in our weeklong camps, designed for all ability levels, for ages 6 and up.

MN NICE: Year Six

Last November, we celebrated our fifth graduating class of Minnesota New Institute for Ceramic Education (MN NICE). The program is currently in its sixth year with another diverse and lively student body. Students enrolled in the 2019 program include: Liane Bromer, Paola Evangelista, Billy Hicks, Rylie Lawrence, Joy Newmann, Marni Oberpriller, Chris Salas, Brent Titcomb, and Sydney Willcox.

Student Spotlight: Joseph Tashjian

Joseph Tashjian sunk his hands deep into clay after finding NCC two years ago. A retired physician, Tashjian deeply values the opportunity to learn about and work with clay—something he didn’t have while working. The community at NCC provides him with a community of like-minded people who are interesting, friendly, and dedicated to their craft.

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