Title

Supporters of the Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts in Newcastle will hold t

Source

Down East

Date

4-1-2003

Pages

100-101, 128

Abstract

Supporters of the Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts in Newcastle will hold their ninth annual Salad Days on July 12. The fundraising event hopes to raise $17,000 toward the center's mission of providing professional ceramic artists with some of the premiere residency programs in the country. Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts began in 1974 as Watershed Brick and Clay Products, a brickworks specializing in the restoration trade and ornamental brick pots. Watershed's short-lived (1974-78) industrial past gave way to the current ceramic arts center in 1986. The program was co-founded by ceramic artists Margaret Griggs, George Mason, Lynn Duryea and Chris Gustin.

Subjects

Pottery, Fund raising, Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts Newcastle, Duryea, Lynn, Griggs, Margaret, Gustin, Chris, Mason, George

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