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Opportunities for K-12 Ceramics Teachers

On Friday, December 4, Watershed brought together twenty-five Maine art educators for a workshop on ceramic surface printing techniques to use in the classroom. Workshop leader (and Watershed alum!) Hope Rovelto shared low-tech, cost effective methods for image-transfers and direct printing onto clay that educators can easily incorporate into their curriculum.   Support for the… Read more »

Watershed Moments

During the summer and fall, Watershed buzzes with activity as artists create and collaborate in the studio, share meals in the backyard, and spend late nights firing kilns and telling stories around the fire. Unique connections emerge each session as resident artists develop their work, forge friendships, and continue a dialogue long after they depart… Read more »

Watershed Receives Grants to Support Education Initiatives and Facility Improvements

Watershed is the proud recipient of a three-year award from the Belvedere Traditional Handcrafts Fund of the Maine Community Foundation. Grant funds are supporting outreach and marketing efforts, especially for local events that connect ceramics with locally sourced food and our neighboring farms. Funds are also supporting new educational programs for K-12 art educators interested… Read more »

Welcome to the Watershed Blog

Welcome to Watershed’s new blog! We’ll use this space to keep you up-to-date on Watershed-related news and events. The 2016 season holds great promise both in and out of the studio and we look forward to sharing developments in the months to come. Right now, the cabins and factory are empty and a quiet stillness… Read more »