The the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts, NCECA for short, is having it’s 47th annual conference in Houston on March 20-23. In addition to talking, hobnobbing, and exchanging professional secrets, the expected crowd of 5000 ceramic educators will hopefully attend the 100+ exhibitions around town, and in other Texas cities being held in coordination with the event. Three official NCECA exhibitions showcasing contemporary ceramics open soon, in advance of the conference: the NCECA Biennial juried show opens January 26 at the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft; NCECA’s National Student Juried Exhibition opens February 15 at the nearby Glassell School of Art; and The Texas State K12 Juried Student Exhibition, sponsored by ClayHouston, will be on view at the Houston Central Library beginning March 15. The extensive exhibitions guide is available online.
also by Bill Davenport
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