300 cups of tea

300 cups of tea

Arts Center fills with works of top potters
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Potter Ed Bolster, right, and Chet Haring put on a show Friday in front of Durango Arts Center as they fired pottery. The kiln held 18 cups and a large bowl and burned at about 1,800 degrees Fahrenheit. Onlookers were drinking tea from the cups within minutes.
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Adam Field, a Fort Lewis College graduate and one of the curators of “Three Cups,” talks Friday about the different types of pottery that are on display at the Durango Arts Center.
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Durango’s Joe Kroenung is one of about 80 potters represented at Durango Arts Center for “Three Cups.” Kroenung will give a demonstration of wheel-thrown and hand-built forms on Oct. 27 at the Arts Center.
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If you go

Three Cups: White, Green, Black – Vessels for Tea, through Oct. 28 in the Barbara Conrad Gallery at Durango Arts Center, 802 East Second Ave. Gallery hours 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. There are several special events and...

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