Medalta Residency Program 2012

Medalta Residency Application Deadline: April 15

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The 11th Hour Issue
Our deadline to receive applications for our summer and long-term residencies is April 15th.

We are expecting a lot of applications this year, and word is they are coming from several different continents, but the good news is that there are now more opportunities as well. We are offering three one-month residencies this summer, in June, July and August.

One month may not seem like much time to get stuff done, but the energy level in the studio is extremely high and resident artists balance all of their hard work with potlucks, field trips, impromptu collaborations, and maybe even a cold beverage on occasion. Our eight year-long artists will show you the ropes as they prepare for their final exhibitions this summer.

In addition to our short-term residencies we are also taking applications for 6 full-year residents. Imagine, a full year in our studios to pursue your studio practice!

All of this takes place among the beehive kilns, a restored 1912 stoneware factory, a museum, decommissioned factories, and a brand new 12,000 sq. ft. ceramic studio.

And all this takes place in Canada!

Sounds good Eh?!

Here's all our Application Info. See you soon!
Aaron Nelson, Medalta International Artists in Residence, Medalta
Aaron Nelson
MEDALTA, in the Historic Clay District


ABOUT Terrance

photo of myselfTerrance is a retired Canadian Armed Forces Logistic Officer who traded his military uniform for a potter's wheel, when he retired in 1991.

Terry is presently working out of his studio, located in Longueuil, (St-Hubert,) Quebec, Canada.  You can find out more about him  here--->.


MY GLAZE RECIPE COLLECTION My glaze recipe collection has been collected from around the world.  I will publish a new recipe from time to time.  Some are tested and others are not.   You are invited to try the recipe and let me know if it should be continued or discarded.
MY COLLECTION OF  ARTICLES               I From time to time I find a great article written by a artist in the ceramic community.  When I find on that I believe will assist my fellow potters and ceramicist I will publish it on my site.   You are invited to submit articles for publication.