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Re: Three more presentations added to the KAEA Fall conference


From: Marcia Scurfield (mkscurfield_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sun Oct 06 2002 - 08:22:29 PDT

Hi Judie,

I know exactly what you mean. I was hoping to go to the Oklahoma State
conference next weekend, but our conference duties--plus a visit home from
college from my son--will keep me away this year. But next year, if it's at
all close to Wichita--I'm going. This is something I never even thought of
before--going to another state's conference. Apparently, Missouri holds
their fall conference at a state park called Knob Knoster, which is maybe a
3-4 hour drive from Wichita--not impossible. Next year, Kansas is going to
break tradition and have the Salina conference on a Saturday and Sunday, so
getting time off from school won't be a problem.

But that's not what you asked. Art Clay World's website is:

They told me that they are trying to have a table at the NAEA convention in
Minneapolis. So perhaps you can connect with them there.

Marcia, Derby, KS

----- Original Message -----
From: "Judie" <>
To: "Marcia Scurfield" <>
Sent: Sunday, October 06, 2002 6:43 AM
Subject: Re: Three more presentations added to the KAEA Fall conference

> Marcia, sorry I won't be able to attend this fabulous sounding conference!
> There's just not enough professional days allowed to take advantage of
> these wonderful conferences.
> I would love to hear more about the Silver Art Clay material that you
> mentioned. Could you share with me how I might find out more about this?
> Thanks.
> Judie J
> >
> >Just in the last week I have arranged for two women who are coming from
> >Chicago to demonstrate Silver Art Clay--the clay that fires to pure
> >silver. They are going to give two lecture demonstrations with a variety
> >of images (powerpoint) of what can be created with the silver clay, plus
> >make and fire a piece with a butane torch!