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July Anagama Kiln Firing

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Please note: for everyone’s safety: No alcohol is allowed while on shift or during the two hours prior to your shift.

Also, please bring work gloves, safety glasses, kiln goggles, respirators, kiln shelf scrapers and angle grinders.

Costs: A $50.00 participation fee is required to reserve spot. In addition there is a fee of  2 cents per cubic inch of space your bisqued pieces take up in the kiln. We will measure pieces and calculate each artist’s individual payment. As a general guide, bring at least 10 medium-sized pieces to fire. There will be glazes available (celadon, tenmoku and shinos), as well as some flashing slips to glaze your pieces before loading. Please feel free to bring some of your own Cone 10 glazes to experiment with. Needless to say, your pieces must be made with Cone 10 clay and bisque fired.

There is space on the lawn for free camping and plenty of hotels nearby in Dillard and Clayton.



HAMBIDGE
PO Box 339
Rabun Gap GA 30568
706-746-7324
www.hambidge.org







Anagama Kiln Firing
July15- July 17, 2011

with Rick Berman and Tom Egan
Attention all potters!!! Hambidge is once again firing its Anagama Kiln. Everyone is invited to participate in this 3-day event but remember to sign up early because we can only facilitate a limited number of pots and potters. We will start glazing and loading on Friday, July 15th at 9:00 a.m. and light the kiln hopefully by that evening before dark. We will have 4-hour shifts and everyone will have a chance to be on one or more shifts depending on how many people are available.
Fees: To reserve your spot please send the $50.00 participation fee by July 1st to Anagama Firing, Hambidge Center, PO Box 339, Rabun Gap, GA 30568.
For more information contact Debbie Sanders at 706 746-7324 or email center@hambidge.org


Dates to remember:
Friday July15, 2011
9:00AM begin glazing and stacking; sign up for shift
6:00PM Propane burner
Later that evening start wood stoking

Saturday July 16, 2011
Stoking, stoking, and more stoking until cone 10 is down.

Saturday night:   POTLUCK DINNER

Sunday  July 17, 2011
11:30AM Finish stoking and bricking up door.

Saturday July 23, 2011

10:00AM Un-brick door, clean firebox and unload pieces
12:00PM Clean-up, scrape shelves; general cleaning of studio and grounds

For more firing information, please contact Deb Sanders at Hambidge 706 746-7324 Monday- Friday 9:00 - 5:00pm.
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