Selected Work

19th Annual National K12 Ceramic Exhibition
3/16/2016 - 3/19/2016
Jack Troy
Jack Troy, teacher, potter, and writer, retired from Juniata College in 2006, where he taught for 39 years. He has led over 230 workshops for potters at colleges, universities, and art centers in the U. S. and abroad. His career has taken him to 13 countries, and his work is in many private and public collections, including the Smithsonian Institution, Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park (Japan), Auckland (NZ) Museum of Art and the Kalamazoo Institute of Art. His first book, Salt Glazed Ceramics, was published in 1977. In 1978 he built Pennsylvania’s first anagama-style kiln at Juniata College, and personal anagamas at his home in 1987 and 2006. In 1995 he published Wood-fired Stoneware and Porcelain. His collection of poems, Calling the Planet Home, was published in 2003 and more than 60 of his articles, book reviews, and exhibition catalogue essays have appeared in the major periodicals in his field. The Pennsylvania Council on the Arts awarded him two Craft Fellowships for his work in ceramics, and a Fellowship in Literature for his poetry. He was selected by the Council to make the awards for the 2005 Governor’s Awards for the Arts. In 2012 he received the Excellence in Teaching Award from NCECA, the National Council for Education in Ceramic Arts.
Kansas City Convention Center Rooms 3501 E/F (Level 3)
301 W 13th St

Kansas City, MO 64105
(816) 513-5000
kcconvention.com/
exhibition@k12clay.org

Selected Work will be visible online after the first day of the Event.

Image Title Student Teacher School
Fox Pinhole Camera   Lola V   Dubler, Maggie The Spence School - New York, NY 
Two Vases  Naiqi W   Wade, Shannon American Heritage School - Plantation, FL 
Toucan Pitcher  Kit V   Jones, Joy Wind River High School - Pavillion, WY 
Wood Fired Platter  Cassandra M   Valentine, Jolie Manchester Craftsmen`s Guild - Pittsburgh, PA