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Houston Goes Clay Crazy with Earth Energy

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Ryan D. Labar, “Time and Inner Space, 2010 on view at the NCECA Biennial at the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft

The 47th annual conference of the NCECA, the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts, convenes in Houston next weekend, March 20-23, with a full-to-bursting program of exhibitions, demos, workshops and symposia. Subtitled Earth/Energy, the conference includes 200 hours of programming at its main venue, the George R. Brown Convention Center, and has spawned 100+ satellite exhibitions across town. The conference offers a convenient Exhibition Guide that organizes them into tours by location , and a shuttle-bus service for dogged ceramic educators who simply MUST see it all.

also by Bill Davenport
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