NCECA 2016

The 50th annual NCECA conference will take place in Kansas City in March. My work will be at the Bredin-Lee Gallery in this exhibition… Generations: A Legacy of Mentorship.
The show, organized by Mike Jabbur, will also include the work of Steven Hill, Kenyon Hansen, Conner Burns, Lauren Smith, Mike Stumbras, Jon Townley and, of course, Mike Jabbur.

The gallery is on the NCECA bus route. The exhibition will run from Tuesday through Saturday.The opening reception is Thursday 5-9:30pm.

Our very own Rafter E Studio is pleased to have been selected as a NCECA venue as well. John Eck and I will have a showing of our work in the exhibition, More From Less.
We will both have new, never seen before, pieces in our West Plaza studio just minutes away from the conference center. Unfortunately not on the NCECA bus route but close enough to be considered a short drive.

Here are the hours Rafter E Studio will be open:
Wednesday, March 16 (10am-5pm)
Thursday, March 17 (10am-5pm)
Friday, March 18 (10am-9pm) + Reception (5pm-9pm)
Saturday, March 19 (10am-5pm)
Pre/Post-Conference by Appointment

For general conference information visit NCECA.

I am currently putting “sneak peek” images on my Instagram account… @ taradawley
You may find me on Facebook as Tara Dawley Ceramics as well as just Tara Dawley.
My website is where I do not charge extra for shipping from my online shop (continental U.S.)
My out of town U.S. blog followers also receive free shipping when purchasing via email inquiries.

Hope to see you in March!






One Response

  1. All of this is good, good, good. I look forward to NCECA!

    Sent from my iPad


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