Registration extended through August 1st, 2019
August 30 - September 2, 2019
Piñon Pottery, Ghost Ranch, Abiquiu, New Mexico
Sponsored by the New Mexico Potters and Clay Artists
NMPCA Member – $250 This registration type includes a $25 discount.
Non-NMPCA Member – $275 Non-NMPCA members registrations. Get a $25 discount. Join NMPCA for $25/year or $10 as a student and get the discounted registration. Click "join" above, complete the member form, and pay for your membership. Then, return here and register as a member. If already an NMPCA member, log in at the upper right to activate member registration.
See accommodation information below.
Seng Beh is Tewa for cooking pots.
Jody Folwell, daughter Susan, and granddaughter Kaa, three generations of Santa Clara potters join us at Ghost Ranch. They will share special time with us cooking up a lot of interesting ideas and clay objects, teaching us traditional and contemporary techniques, and sharing ideas and stories. We will make coiled pots, working with red earthenware and micaceous clay. Deep carving and etching will be carried into contemporary painting on our pieces, firing traditionally with manure will complement the process. In addition, they will talk to us about Pueblo pottery and take us to an old ruin to talk history and culture.
We will be making pots, burnishing pots, carving pots, painting pots, firing pots, and learning a new way of thinking about pottery and life from our Santa Clara teachers.
The NMPCA and Ghost Ranch have had a 40 year relationship promoting the ceramic arts in Northern New Mexico. Our annual workshops present varied artists with many different approaches, styles, philosophies, and methods. Join us for 3 days of immersion in the magic of Ghost Ranch and contemporary Pueblo pottery tradition.
|| After extensive study in history, anthropology, law, and chemical engineering, Jody worked as a teacher in New Mexico, California, New York, Florida, Missouri, Texas and New Zealand. At the same time, she pursued her interest in the family pottery tradition. Recently, she has been working as a full-time rancher and potter, taking time off to serve on boards and committees for social issues and arts events. Her pottery combines traditional techniques with contemporary ideas and new innovative expression.
|| Susan Folwell combines traditional materials and methods with modern themes. Coming from the Folwell pottery tradition, she has branched out and experimented with different clays, techniques and contemporary themes. Her whimsical and often political-on-point work is shown nationally and internationally.
||Kaa Folwell graduated from IAIA. She makes jewelry and pottery, exploring what it means to be a contemporary Santa Clara artist.
There are several choices for accommodations on the Ranch, and this gives you a full-immersion experience in the Ghost Ranch experience. Shown below are the choices for the 2019 workshop and the costs for this workshop. NMPCA collects the accommodation and meal expenses and passes them through to Ghost Ranch. Notice that some of the choices have only one or two available rooms. If we have a situation where more than the available rooms are registered before we can respond, we will contact you to ask you to choose another accommodation choice.
The ranch charges us for the room, regardless of how many people stay there, so you must match up your preference with a roommate(s), sharing the costs aside from this registration. One roommate pays for the room while the other(s) pay for meals only.
- 1. Taken:
One Available, Private bath with 1 queen bed $155/night = $465
- 2. Taken:
Two available: Shared bath, two beds, $145/night = $435
- 3. Casitas, cabins with central bath house, 2 bunks + 1 twin (can be shared by
up to 5 people) $75/night = $225
- 4. Camping, no hookups, $30/night/site = $90
- 5. Camping with electrical, $40/night/site = $120
- 6. Camping with trailer hookup, $45/night/site = $135
- There may be an opportunity to upgrade to a private bath or shared bath room. If you are interested in this, please indicate your interest in the comment section of the registration form.
- You can also choose to stay off-ranch at one of the many AirBNB accommodation choices in the area. Visit our Ghost Ranch information page.
Meal Package $108 must be purchased if you choose a room or Casita.
If camping or staying off-ranch, pay cash for meals at dining hall: Breakfast, $10; Lunch, $12; Dinner, $14.
For additional information about Ghost Ranch accommodations and meal service, what to expect at the ranch, as well as information about alternatives to staying on the Ranch, please visit our Ghost Ranch information page.