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June 20-25, 2006
Dear Arts Supporters: Please join me on our museum trip to cool Montana for "Clay in the Big Sky," June 20-25, 2006. Travelers will have privileged access to the world acclaimed Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts and many of the Bray alumni active in the area. The Bray is hosting their Bray International 2006, a three-day extravaganza including lectures, demonstrations, studio and collection visits, culminating in a gala dinner and auction. Founded in 1951, the Bray is a non-profit, educational institution dedicated to the enrichment of the ceramic arts, offering residencies and specialized workshops to ceramic artists from around the world. Located on the 26-acre site, the Bray facilities include year-round resident studios, site-specific sculpture, community class facilities, a sales gallery, and a summer warehouse gallery. We will be welcomed by Josh DeWeese, resident director, visit Richard Notkin in his home and studio, as well as over a dozen potters and ceramic sculptors. There will be wonderful opportunities to purchase work directly from the artists. Join fellow ceramic enthusiasts in the last best place for western hospitality, cool summer weather, and great ceramic art!
The price per person for this exciting 6 day - 5 night travel adventure is $1,275. The price also includes: 5 nights lodging at the Holiday Inn Downtown; The Bray's 3 day Collectors' package, selected meals (2 suppers and 2 lunches); luxury motor coach; insider visits to Bray Foundation, private collections, artists' studios and special guided tours.
A non-refundable deposit of $500 per person and a completed reservation form will hold your reservation for the trip. Final payment of $775 is due no later than May 5, 2006.
Front row L to R: Peter Held, Curator of Ceramics, ASU Art Museum; Elaine Cohen; Sid Cohen; Midge Golner
Second row: Sara Lieberman; Julius Forzano; Jerry Golner
Third row: Roberta Hammer; Sandy Besser; Bruce Hammer
(Photo credit: Barry Hood, Barry Hood Glassworks, Helena, MT)