About the web store of the Chinese Clay Art, USA
Founded in the end of 2001, Chinese Clay Art, USA, is a web store. We offer
low prices on Chinese products, for example, patented texture mats and newly
invented clay tools, Chinese traditional and hand-made items and brushes,
English versions of Chinese ceramic art related books, and unique
collectible ceramic art works. Most of our products are imported direct from
manufacturers in China.
About the Chinese Ceramic Art Council, USA
E-newsletters, Chinese Ceramic Cultural Travel and Exchange.
Founded in 1998, the Chinese Ceramic Art Council, USA, is an organization
which promotes exchanges between East and West for ceramic art communities.
We provide Chinese culture information, consultation, connection, and
exchange. During the past few years, we organized the International Ceramic
Artists Delegations' visits to China; the International Ceramics
Conference - Yixing, China 2001; and the Foshan Ceramics Exposition 2002.
Also, we organized yearly Chinese Ceramic Artists Delegations' visits to the
US including participating in NCECA conferences (the National Council on
Education for the Ceramic Arts); and we held the Chinese Contemporary
Ceramic Art Exhibition, Denver 2000; the American Ceramic Art Exhibition -
Shanghai 2000; and the East meets West - International Ceramic Exhibition,
San Jose 2001.
We offer free newsletters of Chinese Clay Art, which emailed bi-monthly to
professional ceramic artists who would like to know about ceramic art in
China and things related, and we offer Chinese ceramic tours and other
ceramic cultural exchange programs.
About the Clayground
Founded in September 1999, the Clayground is a ceramic art studio and
studio. Our students range from 5-year-olds to all ages, from housewives to
high tech engineers, from native-born Americans to new immigrants from
China, India, Japan, Korea and many other nations. We have held ceramic
summer camps for the YMCA, and associated with some other daycare schools
and taught classes there. Also, we have hosted many ceramic exhibitions,
such as "The Clay Work Exhibition of Instructors and Students of San Jose
State University" and "The San Francisco Bay Area Chinese Children's Clay
Work Competition," the "East Meets West - International Clay Art
Exhibition," and the "Yixing Style Gu Mei-qun Ceramic Exhibition and Clay