Programme

 PROGRAMME FOR THE EVENT

 

Saturday 25 August 2018:

10.30-12.30 am workshop for children (Read more – reservation)
2 pm Participants welcomed by the Ceramics Association of La Borne (ACLB)• 2 pm Demonstration of throwing on a stick wheel by Dominique Garet at the Talbot Workshops
• 2.30 pm demonstration Sangwoo Kim
• 6 pm Private View of the CCCLB exhibition

• All day:
Free time to visit La Borne’s museums and memorial sites
Building of two protohistoric and from Late Antiquity kilns (Read More)
Brickyard “Briqueterie du Pic”, visit of the studio, pre-firing
Loading CCCLB Olsen kiln by Jean-Pol Urbain

Peter Callas workshop

Sunday 26 August 2018:

• 10 am Discovery visit of La Borne
10.30-12.30 am workshop for children (Read more – reservation)
• 2 pm Demonstration of throwing on a stick wheel by Dominique Garet at the Talbot Workshops
• 2.30 pm  demonstration: Jérôme Galvin
• 2.30 pm demonstration Francine Michel
• 5 pm Film projections

• All day:
Free time to visit La Borne’s museums and memorial sites
Launching of the photographic competition
Construction of a bottle kiln
Building of two protohistoric and from Late Antiquity kilns (Read More)
Brickyard “Briqueterie du Pic”, visit of the studio, pre-firing
Pre-firing of Maya Micenmacher and Nicolas Rousseau’s kiln
Firing of Sylvie Rigal’s  train kiln (8.30am/9 pm)
Pre-firing of Chantal Magne’s Girel Kiln (4 pm)
Loading CCCLB Olsen kiln by Jean-Pol Urbain
Peter Callas workshop
Francine Mava Sau Workshop
Sangwoo Kim workshop

Monday 27 August 2018:

• 10 am Official conference opening : Bernard Rousseau, Nathalie Mestre, Stéphane Dampierre, Markus Böhme and Priscilla Mouritzen
• 10.30 am Conference: “The state of French ceramics, La Borne’s issues, wood-fired kilns and current research” by Eric Moinet
10.30-12.30 am workshop for children (Read more – reservation)
• 11.30 am Visit of  Armand Bedu’s traditional big kiln at  Françoise Quiney’s place
• 2 pm Demonstration of throwing on a stick wheel Dominique Garet at the Talbot Workshops
• 2.30 pm Conferences: “Wood fired kilns and the techniques used”.
by, Robert Sanderson, Markus Böhm and Hans Engels
• 2.30/4.30 pm Open presentations: ceramists – various viewpoints.
• 3 pm demonstration Sangwoo Kim
• 4 pm beginning of bottle kiln firing
• 5 pm Film projection
• 6 pm Reception provided by the ‘Communauté de Communes Terres du Haut Berry’ (the local municipality)

• All day:
Free time to visit La Borne’s museums and memorial sites
Building of two protohistoric and from Late Antiquity kilns (Read More)
Brickyard “Briqueterie du Pic”, visit of the studio, pre-firing
Firing of Maya Micenmacher and Nicolas Rousseau’s kiln
Firing of Chantal Magne’s Girel Kiln (from 10am)
Firing of Seungho Yang’s Akigama kiln
Firing CCCLB Olsen kiln by Jean-Pol Urbain

Tuesday 28 August 2018:

• 9 am Discovery visit of La Borne
• 10 am Conferences: Wood fired kilns and the techniques used, wood-fired kilns in Korea”, by Yang Seungho, Kim Daewoong ,  Robert Sanderson and Marc Lancet.
• 10/12 am Open presentations: ceramists – various viewpoints (Read more)
10 – 10.30 am Christophe Lemarchand: History of the wood firing kilns in La Borne
10.45 – 11.15 am Coll Minogue
11.30 – 12.00 am Emile Desmedt and Ludovic Recchia
10.30-12.30 am workshop for children (Read more – reservation)
• 11.30 am Visit of  Armand Bedu’s traditional big kiln at  Françoise Quiney’s place
• 2 pm Demonstration of throwing on a stick wheel by Dominique Garet at the Talbot Workshops
• 2.30/4.30 pm Round Table: “The Ceramic Art Market, what is the role of a gallery?” by Laura Capazza, Maria Lund, Renaud Régnier and Esther Martinez
• 2.30/5 pm Open presentations: ceramists – various viewpoints (Read more)
3.15 – 3.45 pm Julia Nema
4 – 4.30 pm Ben Richardson: “the revolution is on the table” or how the Art of the Table in restaurants can help a recognition and attraction for wood-fired ceramics.
• 3 pm  demonstration : Charlottre Poulsen
• 5 pm Film projections
• 6 pm bottle kiln disassembly

• All day:
Free time to visit La Borne’s museums and memorial sites
Building of two protohistoric and from Late Antiquity kilns (Read More)
Brickyard “Briqueterie du Pic”, visit of the studio, firing
Firing of Seungho Yang’s Akigama kiln
Sangwoo Kim workshop

Wednesday 29 August 2018:

• 9 am Discovery visit of La Borne
• 10/12  am Open presentations: ceramists – various viewpoints. (Read more)
10.00am – 10.30am Cornelius Colliander: “Presentation of an interdisciplinary project”
10.45 – 11.15 am Francine Mava Sau  “The place of ceramics in Congolese society”
11.30-12 am Claude Aussage: “New developments in wood firing in Russia”
10.30-12.30 am workshop for children (Read more – reservation)
11.30 am Visit of  Armand Bedu’s traditional big kiln at  Françoise Quiney’s place
• 2 pm Demonstration of throwing on a stick wheel by Dominique Garet at the Talbot Workshops
• 2.30/4.30 pm Round Table: “Is wood-firing still in fashion in the 21st Century?”  by  Stéphanie Le Follic-Hadida , Michel and Denise Meynet, Andoche Praudel, Markus Böhme and Priscilla Mouritsen.
• 2.30/5 pm Open presentations: ceramists – various viewpoints (Read more)
3.15 – 3.45 pm Allen Broc:  “So, you want to build a wood kiln?” Reflect on what you think and believe you know about woodfiring.
• 3 pm demonstration: Raphael Meyer
• 5 pm Film projections

• All day:
Free time to visit La Borne’s museums and memorial sites
Building of two protohistoric and from Late Antiquity kilns (Read More)
Unloading of Sylvie Rigal’s Train kiln
Unloading CCCLB Olsen kiln by Jean-Pol Urbain
Loading CCCLB Olsen kiln by Dieulefit students

Thursday 30 August 2018:

• 9 am: Discovery visit of La Borne
• 10am Conference: “A look at handcrafted pottery in the Haut Berry area from the proto-historical period to medieval times, based on several recent examples”  by Emmanuel Marot, Laurence Augier and Marion Bouchet (Bourges Plus Archeology Department). Read More
• 10/12 am Open presentations: ceramists – various viewpoints (Read more)
10 – 10.30 am Esther Martinez and François Lerat: “Wood firing serving modern art” at Jacqueline and Jean Lerat.
10.45 – 11.15 am Mary Ann Steggles
10.30-12.30 am workshop for children (Read more – reservation)
• 11.30 am Visit of  Armand Bedu’s traditional big kiln at  Françoise Quiney’s place
• 2 pm Demonstration of throwing on a stick wheel by Dominique Garet at the Talbot Workshops
• 2.30/4.30 pm Open presentations: ceramists – various viewpoints
• 2.30 pm  Off-site visit: “Afternoon in Bourges”: visit to the exhibition at the Hôtel Lallemand and the cathedral, with a reception at City Hall at 6 pm.
• 3 pm demonstration Dominique Coenen
• 5 pm film projection

• All day:
Free time to visit La Borne’s museums and memorial sites
Announcement of the results of the photographic competition
Francine Mava Sau Workshop
Seungho Yang workshop
Firing CCCLB Olsen kiln by Dieulefit students

Friday 31 August 2018:

• 9 am Discovery visit of La Borne
• 10 am Conference  “clay  lyrics” by Loul Combres
10.30-12.30 am workshop for children (Read more – reservation)
• 11.30 am Visit of  Armand Bedu’s traditional big kiln at  Françoise Quiney’s place
• 12 noon Official closing – Announcement of the next conference to take place.
• 2 pm Demonstration of throwing on a stick wheel by Dominique Garet at the Talbot Workshops
• 3 pm demonstration: Jérôme Galvin
• 5 pm film projection
• 8 pm Evening party

• All day:
Free time to visit La Borne’s museums and memorial sites
Pop-Up exhibition: open to the participants and conference speakers
Firing of the protohistoric kiln (Read More)
Unloading of Chantal Magne kiln

Saturday 1 September 2018:

• 8.30 am “Post-conference visit” to a vineyard in Sancerre and the pottery village of Saint Amand en Puisaye: Prémery Museum, lunch with Yolaine  Eve, Château de Ratilly, Convent of Treigny, Sancerre wine cellar.

• All day:
Free time to visit La Borne’s museums and memorial sites
Emptying of the protohistoric kiln (Read More)
Emptying of Maya Micenmacher kiln
Brickyard “Briqueterie du Pic”, visit of the studio, Emptying of the kiln
Unloading of Seungho Yang Tongkama kiln
Unloading CCCLB Olsen kiln by Dieulefit students

Photo competition