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fermentation at NCECA

want to meet fellow potters & chat about the relationship between food & fire? Or explore a bit more how culinary traditions & studio practice relate? And specifically, is there a historical connection between potters & fermenters?


if yes or maybe was your answer, then come out to one [or all] the following alternative #NCECA2105 food, fermentation & clay events below....


kraut mob

Whole Foods University Heights Providence

Tuesday . March 24 . 6-8pm

totally free! come try your hand at the gateway drug to fermentation - sauerkraut. Bring your own ceramic vessel and we'll fill it with kraut that you create! Learn about kraut mobs and RSVP here


kraut mob

in conjunction with Pots on Wheels. POW! is a mobile ceramic arts education project - a gallery in a converted van. The kraut mob will be directly outside the Providence Convention Center- the NCECA conference main location

Wednesday . March 25 . 12-2pm

learn to ferment with fellow awesome potters at this *free* fermentation demo. Bring your own ceramic vessel and we'll fill it with kraut that you create!


food chat

TBD but likely Wednesday night

yearning for more conversations on the connection between gastronomy & ceramics? Join me for a lightly facilitated & informal discussion on food & clay (and likely fermentation too)


pop-up fermentation dinner

fermentation-themed dinner at a local Providence restaurant: TBD


crock sale!

what is a fermentation crock? what vessles are appropriate? get answers & pick up a handmade pickling crock at the Pots on Wheels crock sale




follow the event socially at #fermentingNCECA


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