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Members Only Summer Exhibition Opportunity.

Deadline for Entries: April 21st, 2018.  To apply, click here!


ICAN 2018 Juried Show at NCECA

The call for 2018 submissions has closed!

Each year, ICAN hosts a juried show of its members’ work at the annual NCECA (National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts) conference, an industry event that attracts around 6,000 potters, ceramic artists and other visitors. ICAN members are invited to submit their work for consideration using the forms provided below.

Selected pieces will be featured as part of a display at NCECA.

Details:

ICAN Juried Show at NCECA 2018
52st Annual NCECA Conference
Pittsburgh, PA March 14-16, 2018

This year’s juror is Forrest Gard, Associate Editor of Ceramics Monthly and Pottery Making Illustrated.

The ICAN 2018 Juried Show Winners!

Rosemarie Delson: Big Wheel

Stephanie Lanter: Lopsided

Fatimah Alhazmy: Black Jasmine Flowers Pot

Jenny Chamberlain: Lidded Jar with Sprig Mold Alterations

Meg Beaudoin: Sunrise Tea Bowl

Lois Harbaugh: New Amphora

Asta Bubliene: Bowl with Seagull by the City

Ann Ruel: Child's Tea Set

Stephanie Osser: Turtle Landscape Lithophane

Kiara Matos: Tray with Bowl

Lindsay Scypta: Pitcher

Chris Corson: Chapel

Shae Eakright: Moss

Sarah German: Amber Teapot

Mimi Logothetis: Beholden

Marina Smelik: Skillet with Fried Egg

Coco Costigan: Van's Shoe Box

Sharon Gardner: Wood Fired Vase

Sam Scott: Black and White Vase with Handbuilt Neck

Eliza Wang: Pot with Thoughts- Prosperity

Shamai Gibsh: Bodyblaze #10

Mari Emori: Homage to the Pima I

 

 

 

 

 

Want to see more?

Click the links below to see winners from previous years.

2017 Juried Show Winners


2016 Juried Show WinnersSomething Old, Something New


2015 Juried Show Winners


2014 Juried Show WinnersTranscending Material


2013 Juried Show WinnersGREEN


2012 Juried Show WinnersThe Chromatic Edge


2011 Juried Show WinnersThe Shoulders We Stand On


2010 Juried Show WinnersFILL-adelphia