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Congratulations to Brennan Pozzi & Grace Ranz (Class of 2020) for each having a ceramic piece accepted into the National K-12 Clay Ceramics Exhibition in Richmond, Virginia! Brennan's hand built earthenware "Deep Sea Diver" bottle and Grace's slab earthenware "Ginkos and Koi" sgraffito technique sculptures will be on display and compete for prizes and scholarships next month. 

There were 939 entries nationwide with a little over 100 pieces being accepted. Brennan and Grace's pieces will be on display in Richmond for the 3-day event.

What is K-12 Clay?

The National K-12 Ceramic Exhibition is an annual juried ceramic competition for Kindergarten through Grade 12 (K-12) students in the United States. Designed to showcase the best K12 ceramic work made in the country, the exhibition takes place in a different city each year in conjunction with the annual conference of The National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA). The NCECA conference is the preeminent ceramic event in the US annually, gathering professionals from universities, colleges, museums, art galleries and the ceramic arts world to a host city to view exhibitions, demonstrations, talks and other ceramic events. For that week, the host city is the world capital of ceramics.

Brennan Pozzi ceramic

Grace Ranz ceramic

Congratulations to Jacy Anderson (Class of 2018) for her ceramics piece titled "Last Supper" which was accepted into the National K-12 Clay Ceramics Exhibition in Portland, Oregon! Jacy's hand built earthenware bread bowl shows a hand painted rendition of da Vinci's Last Supper encircling the piece.

There were 1,422 entries nationwide with a little over 100 pieces being accepted. Jacy's piece is currently on display in Portland for the 3-day event.

What is K-12 Clay?

The National K-12 Ceramic Exhibition is an annual juried ceramic competition for Kindergarten through Grade 12 (K-12) students in the United States. Designed to showcase the best K12 ceramic work made in the country, the exhibition takes place in a different city each year in conjunction with the annual conference of The National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA). The NCECA conference is the preeminent ceramic event in the US annually, gathering professionals from universities, colleges, museums, art galleries and the ceramic arts world to a host city to view exhibitions, demonstrations, talks and other ceramic events. For that week, the host city is the world capital of ceramics.

 

Jacey Anderson ceramic

Jacey Anderson ceramic

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