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WPA Newsletter 62 - January 2003

WPA

This newsletter, edited by Rowena Kinsman, includes:
– Editorial by Rowena Kinsman
– Treasuring the Treasurer by Richard D. Street
– Activities Report by Joanne Richards
– Preview of AGM and 10th Anniversary of the Westcountry Potters Association on 15th March 2003 at Kenton Village Hall, with Guest Demonstrator John Pollex


– Information About Workshop Visit to Christine-Ann Richards
– Information about Ruthanne Tudball Demonstration at Haughton Hare Pottery Supplies
– Information about International Ceramics Festival 2003 at Aberystwyth
– Andrew Bryden commencing List of Forthcoming Events as a Regular Feature in Newsletters
– Report from Workshop Visit to John Maltby
– Announcement of death of Ursula Bowles
– Report from Course entitled ‘Photography by Bim’ by Rowena Kinsman
– List of Forthcoming Events, including David Leach,‘20th Century Ceramics’ at Riverside Mill, Bovey Tracey
– Exhibition Officer’s Report by Kati Va’mos
– Selling Your Work To Galleries: From the Gallery Owner’s Point of View: Part Two by Janet Kaiser
– Bickleigh: Why Change It? by Lesley Cooper
– Information about the WPA Directory by Hilary Luce and Sue Rouillard
– Plates from Richard Godfrey Studio Visit by Peter and Vera Stride
– Information about Forthcoming Potters Market in Exeter by Frances Mansfield
– Clay for Recycling available from Chris Cooney
– Committee list
– New Members
– Adverts for Blue Iris Gallery and Shop, Tiverton
– Ruthanne Tudball Bickleigh Masterclass/Demonstration on 21st June 2003
– Don Keitch Kiln Repairs
– Marion Valder’s exhibition of New Pots, Sculptures and Paintings, The Mansion, Totnes
– Stow Potters Wheels, Llandysnl, Wales
– Haughton Hare Pottery Supplies, Bickleigh, Tiverton


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