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By Joyce Rudolph | September 6, 2006
Instructors at the Burbank Creative Arts Center are debunking the myth that "those who can't do, teach." Ten ceramics teachers will display their works at an opening at the Creative Arts Center Gallery on Friday. Longtime ceramic instructor Judy Springborn's love of sculpture began while she was enrolled as an art history major during the 1960s at UCLA. "One of the requirements was to take a ceramics class, so I took a class and loved it," Springborn said. After college, she got married and started raising a family.
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By Joyce Rudolph | July 2, 2008
Two women new to the pottery field are getting a chance to show their work alongside professionals in an upcoming show in Burbank. Burbank resident Philleen Meskin took up ceramics about two years ago, and Heather Rosenman of Glendale has been taking ceramics classes for 2 1/2 years. Meskin and Rosenman are members of the American Ceramics Society Southern California Design Chapter and will have their work in the President’s Show opening on Monday at the Burbank Creative Arts Center Gallery.
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By Joyce Rudolph | February 4, 2009
Natalie Richardson has not let the slow loss of her sight prevent her from leading an enriching life, and for that she thanks the Braille Institute. The Glendale resident has dealt with Retinitis pigmentosa, a narrowing of the field of vision, her whole life. “I’ve always been partially blind, but as you get older, with what we call RP, it gets worse and worse,” Richardson said. “And your periphery becomes less and now my center [vision] is almost shot.
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By Joyce Rudolph | June 7, 2006
Inspiration is a two-way street at the ceramics department of the Roger Barkley Community Center in La Cañada Flintridge. Watching her students grow is great motivation, said instructor/director Helen Jean Taylor. And students say Taylor has the knack for instilling the confidence they can't seem to muster themselves. Taylor has had plenty of experience. She started at the center in 1966. She will be honored for her 40 years of dedication during the opening reception for the center's ceramics sale on Friday night.
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October 1, 2003
JOYCE RUDOLPH "Getting It Together," an exhibit of works by Ruth Banarer, June Schnitzer and Loraine Veeck, opens with a reception from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at the Creative Arts Center Gallery. The artists are members of Women Painters West and Collage Artists of America. Gallery hours are 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday. For more information, call 238-5397. The Gallery is at 1100 W. Clark Ave., Burbank.
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By Erica Liu | July 4, 2007
Clay and ceramic works spanning a range of textures, sizes and weights will be on display at the latest ceramics and clay show at the Creative Arts Center Gallery. Titled "Seven Guys and Their Work," the exhibit, which opens on Saturday, is curated by Ricky Maldonado, whose work will also be featured. It will display the work of six other artists: John W. Hopkins, Stephen L. Horn, Shane M. Keena, Kevin A. Myers, Mark Poore and Adrian Sandstrom. The show seeks to exhibit how starkly different art pieces can be created from a common material, and how every artist uses a different creative process.
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July 5, 2008
Actors guild meets with producers Screen Actors Guild members met on Wednesday with Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers members to ask questions about their final contract offer that was released on Monday. The alliance offer was worth more than $250 million to SAG members, said Jesse Hiestand, an alliance spokesman. SAG members will analyze the alliance?s responses over the next few days, according to a SAG statement released Wednesday. ?Guild negotiators are engaged in, and committed to, the negotiating process and are confident that an equal commitment from management will allow the parties to reach a fair agreement that serves the needs of Screen Actors Guild members, their employers and the industry,?
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By Wafiqah Basrai | July 8, 2006
After years of friendship, clay artists Ricky Maldonado and Porntip Sangvanich will exhibit their ceramics for the first time together at the Creative Arts Center Gallery in Burbank. Maldonado and Sangvanich, both from Los Angeles, first met at Otis College of Art and Design more than 10 years ago where Sangvanich was teaching. Maldonado never had her as a teacher, but said he liked the way she taught, so he would ask her for help. "I answered everyone's questions," Sangvanich said.
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By Joyce Rudolph | February 4, 2009
Natalie Richardson has not let the slow loss of her sight prevent her from leading an enriching life, and for that she thanks the Braille Institute. The Glendale resident has dealt with Retinitis pigmentosa, a narrowing of the field of vision, her whole life. “I’ve always been partially blind, but as you get older, with what we call RP, it gets worse and worse,” Richardson said. “And your periphery becomes less and now my center [vision] is almost shot.
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July 5, 2008
Actors guild meets with producers Screen Actors Guild members met on Wednesday with Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers members to ask questions about their final contract offer that was released on Monday. The alliance offer was worth more than $250 million to SAG members, said Jesse Hiestand, an alliance spokesman. SAG members will analyze the alliance?s responses over the next few days, according to a SAG statement released Wednesday. ?Guild negotiators are engaged in, and committed to, the negotiating process and are confident that an equal commitment from management will allow the parties to reach a fair agreement that serves the needs of Screen Actors Guild members, their employers and the industry,?
ENTERTAINMENT
By Joyce Rudolph | July 2, 2008
Two women new to the pottery field are getting a chance to show their work alongside professionals in an upcoming show in Burbank. Burbank resident Philleen Meskin took up ceramics about two years ago, and Heather Rosenman of Glendale has been taking ceramics classes for 2 1/2 years. Meskin and Rosenman are members of the American Ceramics Society Southern California Design Chapter and will have their work in the President’s Show opening on Monday at the Burbank Creative Arts Center Gallery.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Erica Liu | July 4, 2007
Clay and ceramic works spanning a range of textures, sizes and weights will be on display at the latest ceramics and clay show at the Creative Arts Center Gallery. Titled "Seven Guys and Their Work," the exhibit, which opens on Saturday, is curated by Ricky Maldonado, whose work will also be featured. It will display the work of six other artists: John W. Hopkins, Stephen L. Horn, Shane M. Keena, Kevin A. Myers, Mark Poore and Adrian Sandstrom. The show seeks to exhibit how starkly different art pieces can be created from a common material, and how every artist uses a different creative process.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Joyce Rudolph | September 6, 2006
Instructors at the Burbank Creative Arts Center are debunking the myth that "those who can't do, teach." Ten ceramics teachers will display their works at an opening at the Creative Arts Center Gallery on Friday. Longtime ceramic instructor Judy Springborn's love of sculpture began while she was enrolled as an art history major during the 1960s at UCLA. "One of the requirements was to take a ceramics class, so I took a class and loved it," Springborn said. After college, she got married and started raising a family.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Wafiqah Basrai | July 8, 2006
After years of friendship, clay artists Ricky Maldonado and Porntip Sangvanich will exhibit their ceramics for the first time together at the Creative Arts Center Gallery in Burbank. Maldonado and Sangvanich, both from Los Angeles, first met at Otis College of Art and Design more than 10 years ago where Sangvanich was teaching. Maldonado never had her as a teacher, but said he liked the way she taught, so he would ask her for help. "I answered everyone's questions," Sangvanich said.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Joyce Rudolph | June 7, 2006
Inspiration is a two-way street at the ceramics department of the Roger Barkley Community Center in La Cañada Flintridge. Watching her students grow is great motivation, said instructor/director Helen Jean Taylor. And students say Taylor has the knack for instilling the confidence they can't seem to muster themselves. Taylor has had plenty of experience. She started at the center in 1966. She will be honored for her 40 years of dedication during the opening reception for the center's ceramics sale on Friday night.
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August 4, 2004
An art exhibit of works by members from The American Ceramic Society, Design Chapter, Southern California Section opens with a reception from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at the Burbank Creative Arts Center Gallery. Outgoing President Melody Cooper has judged the membership's work, which provides an example of what's going on in Southern California clay among both established and newer ceramists. These works will be accompanied by a display by guest artist Neil Moss.
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