The National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts’ 47th Annual Conference, which is expected to attract nearly 5,000 attendees to Houston,will also be a big draw for local residents. While a fee is charged for registration, many experiences surrounding core programming will be free and open to the community as will several events taking place during the conference, including the Gallery Expo, Projects Space, 21st Annual Cup Sale and more.
Additionally, there’s a community service project planned in advance of and in conjunction with the conference, as well as renowned speakers during the conference and a number of pre-and post- conference workshops. Please visit www.nceca.net for more details.
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