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GPMA mid-August News and Events

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Mid August 2020 eNews We have been featuring other cultural organizations in our mid month eNews. This month we are highlighting Clayfolk. Each year the members of Clayfolk gather at the museum to have their annual meeting and to pick their booth space for their huge show in November. However, this year, the show has been canceled. We miss them and thought you might like to see some of the members’ creations. This group by no means represents all of the Clayfolk members and we urge you to go to their website and enjoy more. In each case, we will list the artist’s own website so you can explore and even purchase some of their work. Thank you Kristen O’Neill for helping to put this edition together! We hope you are doing well and staying safe. Hyla Executive Director Click here to visit our website Clayfolk In 1976, Clayfolk

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RCC Hosts Clayfolk Workshop with Ceramics Artist

January 15, 2014

GRANTS PASS — Rogue Community College will host a Clayfolk workshop featuring acclaimed Japanese ceramics artist Inayoshi Osamu. The two-day tutorial and participation workshop is scheduled from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Feb. 8 and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Feb. 9 at the RCC ceramics studio, located in Historic City Hall, corner of Fourth and H streets. Registration is $65 for Clayfolk members, $70 for non-members. For more information contact Janise Pratt at 541-479-4546 or Teri Nelson at [email protected] Osuma’s work will be featured at the First Friday exhibit and artists’ reception, 7–8 p.m. Feb. 7 at the RCC FireHouse Gallery, also located in Historic City Hall.

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38th Annual Clayfolk Show and Sale

At the Medford Armory on November 22nd through the 24th, over 65 ceramic artists will show their wares. From large to small, functional to sculptural, for the home or garden – there will be something for everyone at the show, a great gift shopping opportunity. The show opens tonight at 4pm, with live music and refreshments.

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Friends of Talent Public Arts Update

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Hey everyone! I just wanted to give you an update on our first meeting of the “Friends” of Talent Public Arts.

We met on the evening of October 3 over at the Talent Library and had a great discussion about starting up the group and how you all can participate. We also met with Betty LaDuke about helping us to create a mural for the Valley View side of the Talent Liquor store! We are totally psyched about this great proposal. Betty will have a few of us come over to her studio within the next couple of weeks to look at her work and her sketch book and collaborate on what we want to use for the imagery. Betty is thinking of creating harvest scenes with an abstracted background that the community can help to paint, so here’s your chance to jump in! Kelly Lamb has graciously offered to

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