The next NCECA conference will be the big 50th anniversary one in Kansas City, MI. I am excited to be a part of it as much as everyone. I have never been in Kansas City, so this will be a great opportunity to visit all the museums, galleries, and exhibitions to see what's going on there.
NCECA granted me an opportunity to present a thirty minutes demonstration at their K-12 room. The theme is of course my "30 minutes teapot", originally designed for K-12 classrooms. My turn will be on Friday, March 18, 2016, from 1:15pm to 1:45pm, at 3501 G&H. Please stop by during the conference if you are coming, at least you can enjoy the post-lunch nap on a chair.
This conference will be my third one to participate, but the first one to be a presenter or participate to the whole event. I was a volunteer at the NCECA Pittsburgh in 2008, and went to NCECA Indianapolis 2004 for one day, so it's been a while. There will be so many exhibitions and events to see, but more than anything, I cannot wait to see the clay friends I don't have a chance to see often enough. And meeting new people.
I hope you are coming to the conference in Kansas City, and if so, please say hi to me when you see me. I am looking forward to seeing/meeting you in person!