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Linda Moody Works On A Project In The Schoolhouse Pottery Studio, December 1969

Linda Moody Works On A Project In The Schoolhouse Pottery Studio, December 1969 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 23, 1969
Caption
Linda Moody, the studio's "general manager," removes one of her pots, still in an embryonic stage, from a mold. Next step will probably be to fire it in one of the two kilns constructed in the backyard.

Huron High Students Casting With Aluminum in Ceramics and Sculpture Class, April 1973

Huron High Students Casting With Aluminum in Ceramics and Sculpture Class, April 1973 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 22, 1973
Caption
Ron Amick, left, Al Sass and teacher Ron Lutz in the background, pour molten aluminum into styrofoam molds buried in wet sand. Lutz said the heat of the aluminum disintegrates the styrofoam, creating a gas. The aluminum hardens in the shape the styrofoam was. Some 26 students at Huron High School are enrolled in the second semester ceramics and sculpture class. In addition to sand casting with aluminum, students have also worked with bronze casting. Lutz says students use materials donated by the community.

Rebecca Liu Kneads Clay At The Potters Guild, November 1995

Rebecca Liu Kneads Clay At The Potters Guild, November 1995 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 27, 1995
Caption
Rebecca Liu, who will have her work on sale, kneads clay while she waits to check a kiln. Liu has been involved with ceramics for 15 years and active at the guild about three months.

Astrid Hillers Creates A Mosque At The Potters Guild, November 1995

Astrid Hillers Creates A Mosque At The Potters Guild, November 1995 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 27, 1995
Caption
Ann Arbor Potters Guild student Astrid Hillers works on a mosque as part of an assignment, above. Though Hillers, a University of Michigan doctoral student in environmental engineering, won't be done with the mosque in time for the guild's annual show - this year on Saturday and Sunday - other pieces will be, including work by 10 students and 32 guild artists.