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The History of Munich and Its Loam

„Ohne den Lehm daat’s München net geb‘n!“

This post by Julia Schneider, a student of the RCC-LMU Environmental Studies Certificate Program, stems from her research conducted as part of the exhibition project “ 1,661 more words

Environmental History

Words that last...

Our colleague Dr Daniel Unruh has written a fascinating blog post on the durability of written media. It looks like keeping our records on clay is the way forward! Read the post HERE.

Cuneiform

‘La Decima’tor

Kedar Kulkarni

Call it a decimation, call it a tentastic claynaissance or call it the return of the claydiator; but one certainly can’t overlook the enormity of Rafael Nadal’s achievement as he held aloft the Coupe des Mousquetaires for the 10th time in his career. 843 more words

Entries to NM Potters & Clay Artists Show

2017 Celebration of Clay: Light and Shadow

at the Galería Arriba at the Abiquiu Inn

July 1, 2017 – August 25, 2017

Opening Reception, Saturday, July 1, 2017, 4-6 pm… 118 more words

Week 6 - Connection to Cultural/Historical Space

We started this week with the familiar Statues game. I sensed the students tiring of this game, so will change the kinaesthetic component to another one which is relevant to the session. 453 more words

Hannah Lenhart

Hannah Lenhart, a Fairmont native, is a ceramic artist who recently graduated from Fairmont State University with a B.A. in Studio Art and a B.S. in Business at Fairmont State University. 113 more words

Culture

Clay

Four wood blocks collect

and for the life of them

the chains do not fall,

They create their own prisons

and they look onward

to worms, 140 more words

Poem