Palo Alto thefts

Since I posted about my theft experience at the show, I’ve heard about a number of others  at this show and of thefts at earlier shows. It’s opened my eyes about what’s up there.  This is the value of the members forum and speaks to the need of sharing our

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Website URL

The normal way to enter the ACGA website is via http://www.acga.net (usually just acga.net is enough for most browsers).  However, the daily digest gives a link back to the raw or actual URL, which is currently acgaweb.com.  That’s where acga.net takes you anyway, and it is important to be used to

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Recent Post Oddities

The website requires regular updates to its components frequently.  These are done vigorously to prevent hackers from taking advantage of old vulnerabilities.  Maintenance was done yesterday on the site after backing up the site to back3.acgaweb.com.   This maintenance appeared to go well, but after the daily digest I saw

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Cheryl Costantini

Hello friends near and far, To date, 47 people have donated $8365 to my Hartchfund, bringing us to over halfway ! I am so appreciative and blown away by all the support and kind words of encouragement. In order to get funded, I need to reach my goal of $15,000

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Souper Bowl

Calling all Potters,   The Sebastopol Center for the Arts clay studio needs your help. We are in the process of installing a gas kiln to help increase the different types of firing opportunity for people who are taking classes and learning about clay at The Sebastopol Center for the

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Craig Easter Memorial Fund

Maishe Dickman and Richard Aerni, two potters who had a long history with Craig Easter,  have set up a dance scholarship in Craig’s name at his wife Shirley’s dance studio.  He worked at the studio as well as making pots the last ten years.  Maishe and Richard, with the blessing

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