300 cups of tea

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300 cups of tea

Arts Center fills with works of top potters
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.
JERRY McBRIDE/Durango Herald



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.
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.
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 demonstrations associated with the exhibition. For more information, call 259-2606 or visit www.durangoarts.org.



5 p.m. today: Ki Principles & Tea presented by Steve Self.

3 p.m. Friday: Demonstration of wheel-thrown forms by Scott Roberts and Adam Field.

3-5 p.m. Friday: Japanese Matcha Tea Service with Casey Nichols, $10, (call 259-2606 for reservations).

3 p.m. Saturday: Demonstration of slab-constructed forms by Lisa Pedolsky.

3-5 p.m. Oct. 22: Japanese Matcha Tea Service with Steve Self, $10, (call 259-2606 for reservations).

3-5 p.m. Oct. 24: Japanese Matcha Tea Service with Casey Nichols, $10, (call 259-2606 for reservations).

3 p.m. Oct. 27: Demonstration of wheel-thrown and hand-built forms by Joe Kroenung.

300 cups of tea

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.
JERRY McBRIDE/Durango Herald



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.
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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