Louis H. Katz

ancient file that needs an update

Texas A&M University Corpus Christi
6300 Ocean Drive, Art Department
Corpus Christi, Texas 78412
(361) 825-5987, 992-4176
fiirst.laast@tamucc.edu
http://www.tamucc.edu/~lkatz/

 

EDUCATION

1986

M.F.A., Montana State University

1981

B.F.A., Kansas City Art Institute

1975

University of Michigan School of Art

1974

University of Michigan School of Engineering

2002

Eduprise WebCT Training, three days

1998

Train the Trainer, National Coalition Building Institute's, prejudice reduction model, training to become a diversity workshop leader

1995 May

Rubber Mold Making Seminar, J. Reynolds Company, Houston Texas

1996 July

Anagama, Noborigama Kiln Firing Workshop, Flagstaff, Arizona

EMPLOYMENT

1999 September-present

Associate Professor, Ceramics,Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi, Texas

1994-1999

Assistant Professor, Ceramics,Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi, Texas

1992-1994

Assistant Manager, Product Development, Archie Bray Foundation Clay Business, Helena, Montana

1992

Instructor, Ceramics, Helena Art Center, Helena, Montana, Beginning Ceramics

1991-1992

Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Missouri, Columbia, Writing Intensive Art Appreciation

1990-1991

Visiting Artist, Assistant Professor, Memphis State University, Memphis, Tennessee, Advanced and Graduate Ceramics and Sculpture, beginning, drawing, Graduate Seminar

1990 winter

Guest Artist Arizona State University,, semester Tempe, Arizona

1988-1989

Fulbright Scholar, "The Folk Pottery of Thailand," funded by the Southeast Asian Regional Research Program

1988

Visiting Professor, Faculty of Art Education, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand

1988 winter

Visiting Assistant Professor of Ceramics, New Mexico State, semester University, Las Cruces, New Mexico, all levels of Ceramics

1986-1988

Resident Artist, Community Class Instructor, Clay Business Assistant Manager, Archie Bray Foundation, Helena, Montana

1985 July August

Visiting Artist, New York Experimental Glass Workshop, Manhattan, New York

1984-1986

Competitive Teaching Assistantship, Montana State University Introduction to Art for non-majors

1981-1982

Operation of personal ceramics studio, Shannock, Rhode Island

1973-1981

Ceramics Lab Coordinator, Staff Member, Fresh Air Society, Ortinville, Michigan, summer-camp ceramics

1975-1976

Ceramics Lab Assistant, University of Michigan, Arbor, Michigan

SELECT EXHIBITIONS

2002 March

A Visit by "A Visit by the Pipe Organ Repairman", Trax Exhibition curatted by Cary Esser, Union Station as part of the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts, Kansas City Missouri

2001 summer

2001: Clay Odyssey, Demonstrator and Lecture, "A Visit by the Pipe Organ Repairman" Archie Bray Foundation

2001

Archie Bray Foundation Demonstrating Artists Exhibition

2001 summer

Performance, "A Visit by the Pipe Organ Repairman" , Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi

2000

South Texas Institute of the Arts, Juried Art Exhibit

1999

Terra Incognita, Wilhelmi-Holland Gallery, Corpus Christi, Texas

1999

Lighten Up, Ohio Craft Museum, Columbus, Ohio

1999

Landing of Aliens TAMU-CC Campus, collaboration with Don Luna, Flicka Rahn, and Keith Rowley

1998

Form Function and the Boogie-Woogie Blues, Third Floor Gallery, University of Texas of Permian Basin, Odessa, Texas

1998

Director, and Producer,Mercator Projections, a monologue by Mamet, Performed by Camera Obscura Projection for the Texas Association of Educators of Art (TAEA) annual conference

1998

Invitational Exhibit in Conjunction with the TAEA conference, Peoples Art Space, Texas

1998

Deep in the Clay of Texas Invitational, Tyler Museum of Art Tyler Texas

1998

Engagement Performance for Jason Hagensick, Collaborative effort with Don Luna for Sam Logsdon's Music Appreciation Class

1998

Within the Borders, Curated Exhibition, Meadows Gallery, University of Texas Tyler, traveled to: Bank One Building, Fort Worth, Texas

1997

Alice, Multimedia Performance Collaboration with Don Luna and Keith Rowley performed at Baley's Casino, Las Vegas, for the National Council on Education For the Ceramic Arts Conference

1997

Grit, Solo Exhibition, Simon Michael Art Gallery, Bee County College, Beeville, Texas

1997

Fire and Fiber, group show , Rockport Center for the Arts, Rockport, Texas

1996

Cup and Goblet, group exhibition, Margo Jacobsen Gallery, Portland Oregon

1996

Alternative Barbie Exhibit, Peoples Art Space, Corpus Christi, Texas

1996

Southwest Texas Junior College Library, group show, Uvalde, Texas

1995

Jim Edwards, Louis Katz, Barbara Riley, Weil Gallery, Texas A&M Corpus Christi

1994

Wihelmi Holland Gallery Winter Exhibition, Corpus Christi, Texas

1994

Performance of The Rhythm of Plastic Skin, Director, Wilson Studio Theatre, Corpus Christi, Texas

1992

Lecturers Exhibition, 1994 Malispina College Seminar, Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada

1993

The Whole Truth, Solo Exhibition, Myrna Loy Center, Helena, Montana

1993

Montana Bray Clay, Myrna Loy Center, Helena, Montana

1993

"2nd Annual Benefit Exhibit for the Archie Bray Foundation" in conjunction with National Council on Education in the Ceramic Arts Conference International Gallery, San Diego, California

1993

Mardi Gras Edible Art Exhibition, "The Plain of Jars" in cast chocolate, Holter Museum of Art, Helena, Montana

1993

Montana State University Centennial Invitational Alumni Exhibition, Haynes Fine Art Gallery, Bozeman, Montana

1993

Helena Art Club Exhibition, Myrna Loy Gallery, Helena, Montana

1992

Artist Generated Toys and Games, Holter Museum of Art, Helena, Montana

1992

"Grand Illuminations" Salem Art Association, A.N. Bush Gallery, Salem, Oregon

1991

Faculty Exhibition, George Caleb Bingham Gallery, University of Missouri, Columbia

1991

"The Whole Truth" invitational , Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, Memphis, Tennessee

1991

"Six States of Clay", Kansas City Artists' Coalition Gallery, Kansas City, Missouri

1991

Ferrin Gallery, Northampton, Massachusetts

1991

"Former Artists in Residence", Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona

1991

"Faculty Show", University of Missouri, Columbia

1990

Performance of "Kiln for Itawamba", Itawamba Community College, Fulton, Mississippi

1990

"Memphis State University Sculpture", Itawamba Community College, Fulton, Mississippi

1990

"Exhibition of Fulbright Excellence", American Association, Bangkok, Thailand

1989

"Archie Bray Foundation Residents", exhibition in conjunction with the National Council on Education in the Ceramic Arts Conference, Central Gallery, Kansas City, Missouri

1988

"Archie Bray International", Holter Museum of Art, Helena, Montana

1988

"Residents of the Archie Bray Foundation", Gallery, Missoula, Montana

1987

"Invitational Teapot Show", Sales Area, Yellowstone Art Center, Billings, Montana

1987

"Gail Busch, Helen Farron, Louis Katz", Artifacts Gallery, Bozeman, Montana

1987

"Residents of the Archie Bray Foundation", Paxon Gallery, Missoula, Montana

1986-1987

DeWeese Gallery, Bozeman, Montana

1985

Dorothy Weiss Gallery, San Francisco, California

1985

"Lenexa National 3-D Art Show", Legler Museum, Lenexa, Kansas

1985

"Fifth Biennial Paper and Clay National", Gallery, Memphis Tennessee

1985

"National Small Image and Object", 100% Realart Gallery, Spokane, Washington

1984

"Sweet Pea Exhibition", Museum of the Rockies, Bozeman, Montana

1982

"Chicago and Vicinity Clay III", Lill Street Gallery, Chicago, Illinois

1981

"NCECA Student Invitational Exhibition", Wichita, Kansas

1977

Artforms Gallery, Detroit, Michigan

LECTURES, WORKSHOPS,

2001

Large Scale Coil Throwing, Vanderbuilt High School, Vanderbuilt, TX

2001

Retrospective slide lecture,Victoria College, Victoria, TX

2001 fall

Bulk Image Processing, Organizing and Handling, for TAMU-CC Art Faculty

2001

Participation in Raku workshop, demonstration of forced air coal firing, lecture, Victoria College, Victoria, TX

2000

Publishing Databases on the Web, Center for Teaching Excellence, TAMU-CC

2000

Bulk Image Processing workshop, Center for teaching Excellence, TAMU-CC

1999

Nottingham Center for the Arts, Week long workshop on textured clay bodies and rudimentary kiln construction

1999

Getting it up on the Web. Center for Teaching Excellence, TAMU-CC

1999

Organizer OSO Bay BIENNIAL XI; The Elephant and the Bear, Texas A&M University, Corpus, Texas

1999

Curator, OSO Bay BIENNIAL XI Exhibition, Texas A&M University, Corpus, Texas

1999

Raku Workshop, Texas Art Education Association

1999

Slide Documentation of Small Scale Art, presented for the Society of Evolving Artists, TAMU-CC

1999

Slide Lecture on my work, Laredo Community College, Laredo, Texas

1999

Demonstration, Slide Presentation and Lecture, Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas

1994-1999

Being Jewish in America, four discussions with Race and Ethnic Relations Class, TAMUCC

1999

Nigunim, workshoplet for the TAMU-CC Music Department

1998

Why Dankwean? slide lecture for Korat Technological College, Thailand

1998

Pronounciation of English Final Consonants, a lesson given at two elementary schools in Thailand. Ampoe Kirimat, Sukhothai, and Baan Non Muang , Dankwean

2000

Uses for Filemaker Pro , Center for Teaching Excellence, TAMU-CC

1998

Camera Obscuras and Pinhole Photography, an in-service workshop for Corpus Christi Independent School District art teachers

1998

Rockport Fulton High, Introspective slide lecture

1998

Skidmore-Tynan High School, Pottery and Introspective slide lecture

1998

Photographing 3-D Artwork, Southwest Sculpture Society

1997

Thoughts on Thailand, Closed Circuit TV Presentation for Travis Elementary School Corpus Christi, Texas

1997

Lecture Thai Culture and Art, William Travis Elementary, CCISD

1997

Pinhole Photography, Lecture for photography students at Winn Seale Academy of Fine Arts, Corpus Christi, Texas

1997

Introspective Slide Lecture, Bee County College, Beeville, Texas

1996 Fall

Jim Berman's Core Seminar, Bonfire Workshop

1996

Lecture and Firing of "Glazed Cylindrical Scove" Southwestern University Art Department, Georgetown, Texas

1995

Lecture, Metamorphosis in Dankwean: of Faxes and Ceramics,Council on Thai Studies Annual Meeting, University of Wisconsin, Madison

1995

Lectures, San Diego State University, Conceptual Veins, Changes in Dankwean Ceramics

1995

Workshop Organizer, Umdang at TAMUCC, Texas A&M University Corpus Christi

1995

Curator, Oso Bay Biennial IX Exhibition, Weil Gallery, Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi

1995

Workshop Presenter, CCISD in-service training,, The making and firing of bonfired wares in one day., Del Mar College

1995

The Crafts of Thailand, a slide presentation Corpus Christi Water Color Society

1995

Glaze Doctor, National Council on Education For the Ceramic Arts Conference, Minneapolis Minnesota

1994

Distinguished Lecturer, University of Arizona, Tuscon

1994

Workshop Presenter, University of Montana, Missoula, Montana

1994

Presenter for Thai Potters, 1994 Festival of American Folklife, Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C.

1993

Rock, Scissors, Paper, Clay: Changes in Traditional Thai Crafts, Holter Museum of Art, Helena, Montana

1992

"Traditional Thai Pottery", Cambridge Pottery Festival, Cambridge, Wisconsin

1992

"Louis Katz, A Function of Form", and "Traditional Thai Pottery", 1992 Malispina College Seminar, Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada

1991

"Traditional Thai Pottery", National Council on Education in the Ceramic Arts Conference (NCECA), Tempe Arizona

1991

"Changing Sexual Roles in Pottery Making Villages of Thailand", Extension Services, Thai- U.S. Exchange Program, University of Missouri, Columbia

1991

Translator, Commentator, Thai Folk Pottery Demonstrations, National Council on Education in the Ceramic Arts Conference (NCECA), Tempe, Arizona

1991

"Traditional Pottery of Thailand", screening of rough cut video footage, American Woodfire 91 Conference, Iowa City, Iowa

1990

"The Folk Pottery of Thailand", Itawamba Community College, Fulton, Mississippi

1989

Nine Lectures "The Folk Pottery of Thailand", Nagano Craftsmen Association, Nagano, Japan, Montana State University, Kansas City Art Institute, Archie Bray Foundation, Bemis Project, Detroit Center for Creative Studies, Alfred University, C.W. Post College, and Philadelphia College of Art

1989

Guest Lecturer, Faculty of Fine Arts and Faculty of Silicate Engineering, Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai, Thailand, and Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok, Thailand

1989

Guest Lecturer, Conference on Ceramic Design, Chiang Mai, Thailand

1985

"Louis Katz, Forms of Function" The New School, Manhattan, New York, in conjunction with the New York Experimental Glass Workshop

AWARDS, GRANTS, REVIEWS, PUBLICATIONS, BOARD POSITIONS, BOOK CREDITS

2002

Elected as Board Member to the Texas Clay Arts Association

2002

Renaissance Man, Artist Profile: Louis Katz, Gulf Scapes MAgazine Vol.1 Issue 5, March/April

2001

Five Octaves, Video Documentary on fire breathing organ performance in Helena Montana by Ethan Notkin http://www.tamucc.edu/~lkatz/o/octaves.mov

2001

Ceramics a Potter's Handbook, by Glenn Nelson and Richard Burkett, page 196 image of Cylindrical Scove

2001

A Ceramic Spectrum by Robin Hopper. image and credits

2001

A Ceramic Continuum: Fifty Years of the Archie Bray Influence, by Peter Held , page 177 image of Brickyard Kiln

2001

Mastering the Craft, by Richard Zakin, pages 133, 196, 197 images of "Kilns as Art" and pots

2001

Playing With Fire, Corpus Christi Caller-Times newspaper, April 26 2001, B-8 Center, article on A Visit by the Pipe Organ Repairman

2001

The Sound and the Fiery, Helena Independent Record newspaper, June 17, 2001, C-1 fullpage, article on A Visit by the Pipe Organ Repairman

2001

Three A&M Publications, The Island University Alumini Magazine Volume 6 Number 1 page 11, Great Balls of Fire, University Curents, Volume IV, Number 8 page 4, Louis Katz and his Fire-Breathing Organ, A&M System News, "Great Balls of Fire", June 2001, reprint from The Island University Alumni Magazine

2001-2002

National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts Technology Consultant and Webmaster

2001

Island Waves Interview

2001

The New World Chapter 7: Final Training, video short by Clay Kronke, former student. Credit.

1999-2001

ad hoc Director of Electronic Communication, National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts

2001

Revision of "English-Thai Potters' Dictionary and Quick Guide to Thai Potteries"

2000

Louis Katz, a chapter in Ways of Creation Richard Zakin pages 48-53

2000

Acknowledgement in Clay and Glazes for the Potter, Robin Hopper, page 19

1999

Grant writer for Fulbright Scholar is Residence Grant of Suwanee Natewong.

1999

Grant writer, Internal Grant for the purchase of Nikon Bulk Slide Scanner

1999

Slides of Slipcast Glass, were used as a significant portion of a lecture on Inovation in the Ceramic Arts for the American Ceramics Society by Oveido Giberga

1999

ad hoc Director of Electronic Communication, National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts

1997-1999

Director At Large, elected by the General Membership of the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts after a nomination from the floor

1997

"ALICE", paper for the Journal of the Nation Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts, V18 Page 100

1997

Image and quote appear in "clay/words: High Ground goes to the Bray", Published by: High Ground PO Box 8961, Moscow Idaho

1996

Ceramics Monthly Magazine, March page 43, "Louis Katz", article on work in the faculty exhibition of spring of 1995

1996

Caller Times Newspaper, "Teapottery", January 20, 1996

1996-1998

"Ask The Doctor", Technical column writer, National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (tri-annual)Newsletter

1995

"Calcia oh Calcia", paper, National Council on Education For the Ceramic Arts Journal

1995-1998

Technical column Consultant/Writer, Questions Column, Ceramics Monthly Magazine

1995

Art Journeys, Journey into Clay Art, Televised Interview, Museum of South Texas and KEDT

1995

Luminaria Magazine, Edwards, Katz, Riley, Volume 2, Issue 8

1994

Luminaria Magazine, Rhythm of Plastic Skin, Volume 2, Issue 6

1994

"The Rise and Fall of Cast Glaze", January, Ceramics Monthly Magazine

1993

Grand Prize, Mardi Gras Edible Art Exhibition, Holter Museum of Art, Helena, Montana

1993

Costume Award 3rd place, "Head of the Caterpillar", Helena Community School Halloween Dance, Helena, Montana

1992

Costume Award 3rd place, "Montana Exterminator",Rose's Cantina Halloween Dance, Helena, Montana

1992

"Traditional Thai Pottery", Video Documentary, Melted Man Productions

1992

Ceramics Monthly Magazine, December, video review ,"Thai Folk Pottery"

1992

Independent Record Newspaper, Helena Montana, December 18, review and picture of "Party Hats" from Artist Generated Toy Exhibit"

1991

"Thai Folk Pottery", September , Ceramics Monthly Magazine

1991

"English-Thai Potters' Dictionary and Quick Guide to Thai Potteries", Melted Man Productions

1991

"A Former Mortar Maker Comments" National Council on Education in the Ceramic Arts Journal, Volume 12, 1991

1991

Number Magazine, Memphis Tennessee, Summer , review of "Whole Truth" exhibition

1991

Columbia Daily Tribune, Columbia Missouri, September 26, picture of slipcast teapots

1990

Chieftain Newspaper, Itawamba Mississippi, October 22 review and picture of installation of "Kiln for Itawamba"

1989

Fulbright Research Grant, "The Folk Pottery of Thailand"

1989

Korat TV, Thailand, "Artist Juggles at Dankwean Folk Pottery Festival"

1987

"Firing Scientifically," October, Ceramics Monthly Magazine

1987

Independent Record Newspaper, Helena Montana, August 5, "His Passion for Clay" feature article

1985

"Unloading," September, Ceramics Monthly Magazine

1984

Research in Creativity Grant, Montana State University

1984

Sweet Pea Exhibition 2nd Place, Museum of the Rockies, Bozeman, Montana

1975

Michigan Daily Newspaper, Ann Arbor, April 2, picture of "Tooth-decay" Costume

1975

Good Morning Michigan Newspaper, Ann Arbor, April 2, picture of "Tooth-decay" Costume

CONFERENCE ATTENDANCE, JURORING

2001

Clay Odyssey, Archie Bray Foundation, Helena, Montana

2000

Co-Juror of the Ray High School Student Art Competition

1999

"Different Stokes", attendee, translator and assistant to Suwanee Natewong, University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa

1999

Juror of San Antonio Potter's Guild Annual Exhibition

1998

Juror and Presenter of 1998 Emerging Talent Presentations, National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts Conference, Forth Worth, Texas

1997

Tradition in Transition, attendee, Symposium, Asheville, NC

1984-present

National Council On Education For The Ceramic Arts attendee or participant each year except 1989

1997

December Treasure Box Co-Juror, Art Center of Corpus Christi

1995

Juror, Tri-Group Exhibition, South Texas Art League, Joseph A. Cain Memorial Art Gallery, Delmar College

1994

Juror, Dimension 1994, The Art Center of Corpus Christi, Texas

1991

American Woodfire 91 Conference, attendee, Iowa City, Iowa

PHOTO CREDITS (documentary photographs of other's work taken by me and published)

1996

The Clay's The Thing, catalog of Wilhelmi retrospective, three photos, Art Museum of South Texas

1996

Corpus Christi Caller Times Newspaper, "Teapottery" 1/ 20/96, Ceramics Monthly Magazine, April " American Free Clay"

1995

Tea Magazine, Cover Photo, Narrative Teapots

1995

Missoulian, Missoula, Montana newspaper, 4/15/95, "A Selection of Ceramics"

1994

"The New Ceramics; Trends and Traditions" revised edition by Peter Dormer, Thames and Hudson

1994

Ceramics Monthly Magazine, February, "National Tea Party"

1994

Great Falls Tribune, February 11, "The cups that saved the Bray"

1994

"The Archie Bray, a Ceramic Tradition"- brochure, Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art, Great Falls, Montana

1994

Ceramic Art Magazine, V.4 1994 "NCECA New Orleans", published in Taipei, Taiwan

1994

"Montana's Cultural Treasures- a guide to Montana's museums, art galleries and studios", Arts Council Fellowship Winners, 1994-95

1994

NCECA Journal, 1994-95 "Gail Busch, Emerging Talent"

1994

Where Magazine, May Saint Louis, Missouri, "Gallery Hopping"

1994

Gallery News, The Gallery at Craft Alliance, Saint Louis, Missouri, "National Teapot Invitational"

1993

The Valley Optimist, November 2, "Tea in the Gallery"

1993

American Craft Magazine, April/May , Maveety Gallery advertisement

1991

New York Times, June 6, "If You Want to Brew Tea, Use a Tea Bag", Southwest Art Magazine, July "4th Dimension- Objects to Covet"

1990

Food Art Magazine, November "A Tea Party- West of Boston"

1984

ARTWEEK, December 22, 1984 "Exhibitions"

OTHER

2002

Tuning the TAMUCC Harpsichord

2000

Camp Sandcastle Ceramics Workshop with children ages 5-8

2000

Noel-Levitz Survey of classes

1998-present

National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts Webmaster, http://nceca.net

1996-2002

DVPA Web Master http://www2.tamucc.edu/~dvpa/

1996 -2001

Faculty Advisor, TAMUCC Student Art Association

1996

Soda Kiln Construction, TAMUCC Ceramics Department

1996

Luther Jones Elementary School Tour and Pinch Pot Workshop

1995

Proofreader Woodfired Stoneware and Porcelain by Jack Troy, Chilton Books, acknowledged page xvi

1995

Setting up of Ceramic Materials and Glaze Inventory and Recipe Database to be accessible by students

Consulting

2002

Art Center of Corpus Christi

2002

MacKenzie Smith Pottery

2002

Archie Bray Foundation Clay Business

2001

For Stuart Neely, image processing for powerpoint

2001

Art Center of Corpus Christi, help with new 3-D lab planning

2001

Art Museum of South Texas, help with Filemaker Pro Database

2001

Archie Bray Foundation, database design for the arts

2001

Archie Bray Foundation Clay Business, glaze material substitution

2001

MacKenzie Smith Pottery, clay body composition

2000

Mudhen Pottery, Rockport Texas

1999

Mary Joe Walters, Thai Handicraft Information

1996-02

Archie Bray Foundation Clay Business, Helena Montana

1997-98

Earthworks Pottery

1996-98

Fabens Pottery

1995-00

Korat Pottery Company

1995-02

Umdang Ceramics

1997

Southwest Texas State University

1997

Rockport Arts Center

1993-01

CLAYART Listserv, Clayart@lsv.uky.edu now at:acers.com

1995-1997

Aloe Tile Works, Corpus Christi, TX

1997-98

Norby Studio, Willow Creek Montana

1997-98

Windsor Park Elementary School, Corpus Christi

1996-97

Los Encinos Special Emphasis School Corpus Christi, Texas

Projects in Process

Rock Scissors Paper Clay, Documentary Video

Louis Katz, Multi Media CD, partial preview at:http://www.tamucc.edu/~lkatz/LK

Motion Activated Multi-Record Player Music Piece for a show at the Southwest Craft Center

Committees

2002-2003

Art Program Review Committee

2002-2003

Art History/ Curator Search Committee

1999-2002

Institutional Technology Council

2000-2001

College Library Committee

1997-2002

College Computer Committee

1999-00

Foundation Artist Search Committee

2000

Groupwise and Novel Administrator Search Committee

1999

Computer Lab Co-ordinator Search Committee

1998-2000

A&H Graduate Committee

1995-97

A&H Library Committee

1997-99

College Web Committee (ad hoc)

1997 -98

University Web Committee (ad hoc)

1996-99

Student Art Association Advisor

1998-Fall

Student Network Administrator Search Committee

Online Database Designing and Maintenance

2001

NCECA eStore for Conference Registration, using Miva Merchant 2.0

1999-present

The NCECA Ceramic Institution Database, using CDML and LDML

1997-2002 Spring

NCECA Webmaster, http://nceca.net

1998-present

The NCECA World Contemporary Ceramic Image Database, using CDML and LDML

1998

The Coastal Bend Arts Calendar, using CDML

Recruiting Trips

2001

Vanderbuilt High School, Vanderbuilt, TX

2000,2001

Victoria College, Victoria, TX

1998 & 1999

Laredo Community College

1997

Bee County College

(please see lectures also)

International Research Related Travel

1988-89

Ten months in Thailand. Documenting Traditional Thai Pottery

1989

Four weeks in Japan visiting Shigaraki, Mashiko and crafts people in Nagano

1992

Return to Thailand to revisit and note change

1998

Return to Thailand to revisit and note change, and to find the basis for a future Fulbrights

1999

Queretero Mexico to visit our sister university, a utulitarian pottery village and a stone quarry

Substantial Improvements and Repairs to the Ceramics Facility

Year

Equipment

Approximate Replacement Cost

Cost to TAMUCC

2002

Shelving

$150

2002

Rebuilding of Bailey Kiln Vent

$300

$50

2001

Repair (Adjustment for major wear) of Soldner Mixer

$3000

$0

2001

Scavengeing of firebrick and mortar

$1350

$0

2000

Replace Burners and repair door on the 30 year old Alpine Kiln

$12000

$0

1999

Soldner Mixer Drive Train repair

$3000

$260

1999

Electric Kiln Repairs

$3100

$300

1997

Raku Kiln

$350

$20

!996

New Soda Kiln

$15000

$550

1996

Ware Racks

$2000

$400

1995

Test Kiln replumb

$5000

$1000

1996

Alpine Replumb

$10,000

$400

1996

Soldner Mixer Tub repair

$3000

20

1996

Venting of Bisque Kilns

$1000 (Hood)

$300 (Bailey Kiln Vent)

1996

Slot Hood for Glaze Area

$100

1997

Update of MSDS and Labeling or Materials

Classes Taught at TAMUCC

New Classes Approved

Advising