Get Involved in the WCA
As a board member of the Washington Clay Arts Association, I have met so many people in the clay community in the last year. It has been a great way to connect with people who have a passion for clay, and get me out of the studio!
We are looking for a few more people to join the fun!
Spring is here; add your Ideas, Experience, & Energy to the Washington Clay Arts Association! We are seeking members to be involved with the WCA through active participation on the board or volunteer committees. Together we will shape our community. The WCA is an active, growing organization, looking for a few volunteers to help us expand our reach to ceramic artists and enthusiasts throughout the state of Washington. Most of these positions only involve a few hours a month, are a great way to strengthen your skills, and meet people who work in clay. Here are a few opportunities:
Web-Master and Web Updating Committee Members
Newsletter Article Writers (several would be swell)
PR-Social Media Manager
For detailed info about each position, email me at: sarahbakpottery (at) gmail.com or call Deb Schwartzkopf @ 206-653-4490 and chat about options for involvement.
Many hands make light work!
This is something children should get themselves into. A lot of word has been out on how gadgets damage our children's brains and motor skills. It breaks my heart that while all these inventions are really functional, they also have their share of reasons why we should avoid it. Maybe God intended it to be harmful so people will have a chance to burn kharmic energies from the villages destroyed just so that mobile giants can steal the raw materials used to manufacture new gadgets. We all have been guilty of overconsumption.
4/20/2021 10:49:41 am
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Sarah Bak is a potter, mother, wife, trying to do it all with a bit of grace.