Thursday, November 4, 2010

accessCeramics crew presenting at LC News & Brews @ Lucky Lab, Multnomah Village!

Maren Kloppmann, Vase with Drawing (2007). Thrown & Altered, Cone 8, Electric Oxidation, Underglaze Pencil, Porcelain.

Well, accessCeramics started out as a small joint collaboration between the Lewis Clark Art Department and Watzek Library and has now gone global in scale, with 235 artists representing 14 countries! More impressive is the use we've see from around the world, with every country checking in within the last month except for a handful (see below). In fact, we had 5,160 visitors from 70 countries from Oct. 4 through today.

Tomorrow night, along with Deborah Heath of the Sociology/Anthropology Department, and Liz Stanhope of Mathematics, the Lewis & Clark accessCeramics crew will present a lightning talk updating the faculty and research community at the Lucky Lab in Multnomah Village. Talks begin at 4 pm, snacks available by 3:45 p.m., November 5th.

# of visits to accessCeramics within the last month: Light green = less visits, dark green = heavy visits; white = none