MICHIGAN MUD 2015

Michigan Mud 2015 was held at Henry Ford Community College in Dearborn. The event featured Same Chung as Keynote speaker and demonstrations, presentations and lectures by Jeff Blanford, Kelly and Kyle Phelps,  Laura VanCamp, Matt McGovern, Tylor Lotz,  Missy McCormick, Henry Chrisman, Marie Murray, David Ellison, Alex Thullen, John Click and others.

MICHIGAN CERAMICS JURIED COMPETITION 2014

Michigan Ceramics is one of the few U.S. exhibitions of its caliber operated entirely by artists. This Biennial exhibition and competition showcases the excellence of ceramic art and its diversity across the state of Michigan and neighboring states. Entrance is open to all residents of Michigan and all MCAA members, regardless of state of residence.

MCAA Michigan Ceramics 2014 ran from October 17 – December 31, 2014 at the Saginaw Art Museum in Saginaw, Michigan. The reception and awards for exhibiting artists took place on October 17th. On October 18th, a workshop with the juror, Andrea Gill was held. The show then moved from the Saginaw Art Museum to the Dennos Museum Center in Traverse City, Michigan, from January 25 – May 17, 2015.

MICHIGAN MUD CONFERENCE 2013

Delta College, University Center, MI

Every two years ceramic artists, students, educators and enthusiasts gather from across the state and beyond the state borders to enjoy two days of lectures, demonstrations, panel discussions and exhibitions offered by the Michigan Ceramic Art Association. This year’s conference was hosted by Delta College, located just off I-75 between the Tri-Cities of Bay City, Saginaw and Midland.

There was  a Cup/Mug sale to benefit student scholarship, Vendor tables which included Rovin Ceramics, and the MI Student Exhibition, Presenters Exhibition, and a Silent Auction.

MICHIGAN CERAMICS JURIED COMPETITION 2012

with ceramic juror John Glick

Michigan Ceramics 2012 is one of the few U.S. exhibitions of its caliber operated entirely by artists. This biennial exhibition and competition showcases the excellence of ceramic art in its diversity across Michigan and in neighboring states. Entrance was open to all residents of Michigan and all MCAA members, regardless of state of residence. Internationally renowned ceramic artist John Glick was juror in this year’ exhibition.

Michigan Ceramics 2012 ran from October 12th to November 9th in The Robinson Gallery at the Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center in Birmingham Michigan. The reception and awards for exhibiting artists took place October 12th from 6 to 8 pm.

An all day workshop demonstration with John Glick was held on October 20th, 9am to 4pm. John Glick demonstrated wheel oriented pots with an emphasis on surface detailing using his newly developed tools. A demo of hand-built pieces with approaches to surface detailing was included.

MICHIGAN MUD CONFERENCE 2011

Washtenaw Community College, Ann Arbor, MI

Michigan Mudis a conference offered every 2 years by the Michigan Ceramic Art Association. This year’s conference included demonstrations and lectures by many Michigan ceramic artists. Our featured keynote speaker was Robert Piepenburg

Over 200 clay enthusiasts attended the Conference co-sponsored by Washtenaw Community College in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Visit the Gallery One Presenters Exhibition at WCC through October 28, 2011.

Professional clay artists, hobbyists, ceramic department faculty and students from schools throughout Michigan all enjoyed the two days of clay presentations and lectures, and gave the conference rave reviews.

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