Jazz at the Springs!

2019 Jazz at the Springs! June 2, 2019, 3 – 5:30 pm Grab your chairs and blankets and settle in for an afternoon of great jazz! On the old tennis courts behind the Chester Springs Studio, 1668 Art School Road, Chester Springs. We will relocate inside Chester Springs Studio in case of rain. FREE to Public Call 610-827-7414 for more information THANK YOU to our 2019 Jazz at the Springs SPONSORS! THE MUSIC CENTRE Chester Springs (610) 594-9636 Glenn Ferracone NELSON BUILDING SERVICES GROUP Malvern (610) 644-7760 Pat Nelson LENTZ CANTOR & MASSEY, LTD. Attorneys Malvern (610) 722-5800 Robert C. F. Willson, Esq. MATTHEWS PAOLI FORD Paoli (610) 644-4700 George Steinmetz IMC CONSTRUCTION Malvern (610) 889-3600 Robert Cottone PETER ZIMMERMAN ARCHITECTS Berwyn (610) 647-6970 Peter H. Zimmerman, AIA THE RC COMPANY, INC. COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION Paoli (610) 640-9900 Stephen P. Cottone POP’S ICE CREAM CAFE Spring City 610-474-2842 Dan Phillips  WALLWORKS, INC. Chester Justin Henzel (610-874-1070) MERIDIAN ELECTRICAL ASSOCIATES, INC. Warrington (215) 918-0277 SEBASTIAN & SONS HVAC DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION Paoli (610) 651-0815 FRENCH & PICKERING CREEKS CONSERVATION TRUST Phoenixville Bill Gladden (610) 933-7577 CEDAR HOLLOW INN 2455 Yellow Springs Road Malvern, PA (610) 296-9006 STEVE and STACI COTTONE ANN and BRAD DYER SHERYL and BOB WILLSON GAIL FISHMAN ED MELTZER MARK ASHTON KIM and KIRK MORGAN TERRY and RANNEY MORAN Volunteers and Supporters  Linda Andrews Will Mclean The Cedar Hollow Inn Chester Springs Studio Staci and Steve George and Jess Sheryl and Bob Glenn Ferracone Glenn’s Friends West Pikeland Township Police Mark Ashton George Kalman Bill Gladden Cher and Skip Pizzi The Historic Yellow Springs Staff Matt Wren The...

Wood Kiln Firing: April 6-7

Wood Kiln Firing: April 6-7 Chester Springs Studio conducting a wood kiln firing in our dual-chamber noborigama kiln. For more information, see: http://yellowsprings.org/classes-workshops/wood-kiln/ CONTACT If you are interested in participating in a Community/Member firing, contact Matt Wren to confirm availability of shares. Matt Wren, Ceramic Studio Supervisor Phone:  610.827.7414 ext. 21 Email: mwren@yellowsprings.org...

2019 Spring Semester: Ceramic Classes & Workshops

2019 Spring Semester: Pottery Classes & Workshops Classes and workshops begin the week of March 25, 2019 and run through June 3, 2019 (10 weeks). No class on Memorial Day, Monday, May 27, 2019. View classes descriptions and register at: Pottery classes for adults: http://yellowsprings.org/classes-workshops/ceramic-classes/ Fine art classes for adults: http://yellowsprings.org/classes-workshops/adult-classes/ Teen classes: http://yellowsprings.org/classes-workshops/teen-classes/ Classes for children: http://yellowsprings.org/classes-workshops/childrens-classes/ Workshops: http://yellowsprings.org/classes-workshops/workshops/ Kids Half-Day Summer...

Jack Troy Workshop: Firing the Chester Springs Noborigama Kiln

JACK TROY WORKSHOP Firing the Chester Springs Noborigama Kiln   Historic Yellow Springs is pleased to offer a wood-firing workshop with Jack Troy. Join us for a great experience with this internationally recognized pottery artist and expert in wood firings. You’ll will be able to fire your work in both the wood and salt chambers of the two-chamber Noborigama at Chester Springs Studio. Jack will share his experience in developing wood fired surfaces, glazing, wadding, loading techniques, as well as firing methods. Register Now > http://yellowsprings.org/classes-workshops/workshops/   About Jack Troy Jack Troy, teacher, potter and writer, retired from Juniata College in 2006, where he taught for 39 years. He has led over 230 workshops for potters at colleges, universities, and art centers in the U. S. and abroad. His career has taken him to 13 countries, and his work is in many private and public collections, including the Smithsonian Institution, Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park (Japan), Auckland (NZ) Museum of Art and the Kalamazoo Institute of Art.   His first book, Salt Glazed Ceramics, was published in 1977. In 1978, he built Pennsylvania’s first anagama-style kiln at Juniata College, and personal anagamas at his home in 1987 and 2006. In 1995, he published the book Wood-fired Stoneware and Porcelain. His collection of poems, Calling the Planet Home, was published in 2003 and more than 60 of his articles, book reviews, and exhibition catalogue essays have appeared in the major periodicals in his field. The Pennsylvania Council on the Arts awarded him two Craft Fellowships for his work in ceramics, and a Fellowship in Literature for his poetry. He was selected...