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National Ceramic Exhibition

November 21, 2019

Calling all teachers who teach ceramics

The 23nd Annual National K-12 Ceramic Exhibition

Opens on March 25, 2020 in Richmond, Virginia 

We Welcome Your Entries starting November 28, 2019

Please use our website to enter your students at www.k12clay.org.

Our system is based upon, and devoted to, our teachers, who submit student entries on line and are advised of all details via email.  If you teach the ceramic arts and have students you would like to enter, join us so your students can be part of this wonderful showcase experience.

Last year we awarded more than $500,000 in Scholarships, plus hundreds of Awards and Prizes to both students and teachers.

The entry period will close at midnight on January 6, 2020

Teachers are able to see their progress after carefully logging in to register and then following the prompts.  For entering your students work, log into www.k12clay.org.  If you have any problems entering the work of your students, please let us know so we can help you. You can Also contact Russell Kahn at : russell.kahn@fivetowns.net

We are again sending this reminder to all teachers on all of our contact lists. We thank you for your past interest, registering your name, and hope to see you enjoying the benefits of association with us.  If you know other ceramics teachers, organizations, or schools that have not yet registered with us, please pass this opportunity on to them and urge them to respond positively. 

Work submitted will be gathered in preparation for judging by our internationally recognized independent juror who will make the final selection decisions for the exhibition.

This year our juror is Professor Keith Williams of Concordia University. Juror details and more info: www.k12clay.org

From the Board of Trustees of  The National K-12 Ceramic Exhibition Foundation, Inc.

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