Fire bricks wanted

Hi All, I am on the hunt for free or cheap fire bricks to build a wood kiln.  I am located in Mendocino county but can travel in the northern California area to pick up.  Happy Holidays Everyone! Best, Sarah Logan contact@sarahloganceramics.com

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Membership Updates

The electronic membership process is underway — but not quite ready for prime time.   You can see under Shop the option for renewal, but it says that it is not ready yet.  If you do renew, the renewal will be honored, but you will get caught up in the

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Membership in Profiles

We are working on making membership renewals be an online process. For now, please be sure that your current membership level is recorded in your profile — it’s near the bottom as “Membership Category”. If you would like others to see your member profile, be sure to update it with

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Emeritus dues changing

Emeritus members please be aware as you renew your membership for 2018 that Emeritus dues have changed. They are now $40.00. The prior emeritus dues schedule of $0.00 was not sustainable for ACGA. The voluntary donations last year were excellent but not reliable thus the board selected the current amount

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Daily Digest

All, We learned yesterday of Daily Digest issues going back to around Nov. 24. What I believe to be the offending routine has been shut down, so I am hopeful that the Digest will return to normal function. As always, you can check here directly for the latest posts —

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Website Flux

To All Members — sorry about the recent issues with member posts and the daily digest email.  I have been attempting to set up a website renewal process, and it is having some impact on the other membership features.  Thanks for letting Whitney or I know when you experience a

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The Marks Project

Here is a terrific update on what they are doing.  The links won’t work, but go to https://www.themarksproject.org/ for more info. DOCUMENTING SOUTHERN HIGHLAND POTS IN LA We discovered two works of Lenore Vanderkooi in the American Ceramic Society collection at the American Museum of Ceramic Art (AMOCA) in Pomona, California.

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