NCECA 2013

Interview with Resident Artist,
Chanda Glendinning

Posted March 20, 2013 in Blog

Chanda_CT opening

Chanda Glendinning in her studio at Houston Center for Contemporary Craft. Photo by Kim Coffman.

This week, we interviewed HCCC current resident artist, Chanda Glendinning, a ceramic sculptor whose work draws from her interest in the virtual communication networks that enable people to share and acquire information on a global level.  Chanda is from rural western New York, where she received her BFA from Buffalo State College. She received her MFA in ceramics from Kansas State University. Continue Reading »

A Tale of Two Cities through Ceramics

Posted April 22, 2012 in Blog

Image from the “Houston, It’s Worth It” campaign.

ACT I: Seattle

This year, the 46th Annual NCECA (National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts) Conference was “On the Edge.” True to its theme, the conference was in Seattle, on the edge of the Pacific coast in what proved to be a wonderful, walkable and welcoming city.

Continue Reading »