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Read the clues (listed below)
The first part of the clue refers to cover art, the second part of clue refers to article title in that issue.
Example Clue: Our first mark; how we found our way.
Highlighted in green refers to the cover image, highlighted in purplerefers to the article title.
Example Freebie Answer to get you started: Vol. 1. No. 1 Fall 1972: Finding One’s Way With Clay by Paulus Berensohn
Answer 4 more of the 10 clues successfully, and submit your answers to the Google Form linked here.
If at least 5 of your 10 answers are correct, you'll automatically be entered to win!
- This contest runs Monday, August 1st, 2022 through Wednesay, August 31st, 2022.
- You must live in the USA, Canada, or Europe.
- If you share a personal story relating to any of the articles, you'll receive an additional entry!
- Winners will be announced publicly on our social media accounts.
- If you decide to share a story for an additional entry, it is with the understanding that we might post some or all of that story on our social media.
- Submit final answers only through this Google Form.
1. Clue 1: Tea Time in Blue; the story and history of these makers from the past to present.
- There are two clues per Studio Potter decade (including the Freebie answer listed above!).
- All correct articles will have the symbol below hidden in the article somewhere.
Prizes you can win include:
- A signed copy of "When Cups Speak" by Irv Tepper and "20th Century Italian Ceramics" from the Hockmeyer Collection, both generously donated by the Ceramic Arts Library.
- A surprise selection of Mud Tools
- Pots donated by our incredible board members Hayne Bayless, Robbie Lobell, and Peter Jadoonath!
Above: Hayne Bayless. Five-sided chalice, 6 1/2 inches tall, hand-built stoneware, food-safe, dishwasher safe. Retail value is $100.00 and a bottle of champagne goes with it.
Above: Robbie Lobell. Square Baker, pictured in use.
Above: Peter Jadoonath. Butterdish, 6.5 x 5.5 inches, Earthenware, Underglaze and glaze, Cone 2 Electric fired.
To select winners, we will be randomly drawing emails from those who submit answers to the Google Form. Winners will receive an email detailing their prize.
Questions? Email Lily at email@example.com.
Thank you very much to Lynne Wagner of the Ceramic Arts Library, Hayne Bayless, Robbie Lobell, and Peter Jadoonath for their thoughtful contributions to this contest. Good luck, and happy digging!