News Release Archive

  From Jan. 10 to Feb. 21, 1996, the Nova Scotia Centre for
  Craft and Design, 1683 Barrington St., Halifax, will host a
  craft display entitled "Fire and Earth". This display is a
  celebration of the craft theme year for 1996, which is
  "Hands on Clay - The Year of Earth and Fire". It features
  talented Nova Scotia potters who produce a wide variety of 
  beautiful items ranging from production to one-of-a-kind,
  and ornamental to functional.
  This display is part of the centre's ongoing Production
  Crafts Display Program and allows the public to view the
  work of Nova Scotia producers. Information is available for
  people who wish to know where the products can be purchased.
  The displays are a good sample of the range and quality of
  crafts available in the province.
  This display includes work from Armview Pottery, Halifax;
  Art Monque Pottery, Armdale; Aspinall Pottery, Port
  Williams; Birdsall-Worthington Pottery, Mahone Bay;
  Clayworks, Bedford; Clay Odyssey, Mahone Bay; Goose Cove
  Pottery, Baddeck; Handforth Pottery, Truro; L&G Studios,
  Dartmouth; Lyncharm Pottery, Antigonish; Mindy Moore,
  Halifax; One Off Studio, East Preston; Purcell's Cove
  Pottery, Purcell's Cove; Ostrea Lake Pottery, Halifax; Red
  Earth Ceramics, Halifax; Turnstone Pottery, Arichat; and Van
  Dalen Pottery, Halifax. 
  The Centre for Craft and Design is dedicated to preserving
  and promoting the craft industry of Nova Scotia. It comes
  under the Cultural Affairs Division of the Department of
  Education and Culture. "Fire and Earth" may be viewed Monday
  to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Saturday 10:00
  a.m. to 4:00 p.m. There is no charge for admission.
  Contact: Nova Scotia Centre for Craft and Design
  trp                        Jan. 09, 1995