Here is a postcard that I designed for Florida State University’s ceramics program. It is designed to be used at the upcoming NCECA convention (stands for National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts) as a handout for prospective students. I wanted to highlight the interdisciplinary nature and the diverse body of student/faculty work that the university fosters. I also wanted the postcard to have a bright and fresh appearance so that it serves to attract and then eventually be displayed by the takers as a future reference (on their pin boards, studio walls, refrigerators, etc.).
Ceramics students, makers, and lovers from all over will soon flock to Providence, Rhode Island for NCECA 2015. This is going to be a week of what’s current in ceramics – workshops, demos, techniques, nerdy science & information, and PARTIES. Yes, parties. If there’s one thing I know about ceramicists, it’s that they love having a fun time. As a seasoned attendee, I was a little bummed that I wouldn’t be able to go this year, so creating this postcard has been FUN! Hope everyone enjoys the conference this year!