Saturday, May 16, 2009

Historic Ceramics Workshop

We had a ceramics workshop at Jefferson Patterson Park & Museum today, thanks to MAC lab director Tricia Samford who made available not only the conference room, but an excellent type collection to boot. There were fourteen in attendance, mostly CAT candidates and mostly folks planning on participating in the field session.

At lunch we walked down to part of the Smith site currently under investigation. While there I saw two very old friends...two of the original Lavish screens, now in service for about 21 years. Our new Lavish screens, which Dan Coates is building, will be online in time for the field session. I expect that we will get at least 21 years out of each and every one of them.


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