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Speakers and PRESENTERS


Linda DartyThe keynote address will be given by Linda Darty.

Linda Darty is Chairperson of the metals program at East Carolina University in Greenville, NC. She has an extensive national and international exhibition record, is the author of The Art of Enameling and frequently teaches workshops on enameling in this country and abroad. She is the recipient of The Lifetime Achievement Award for research from East Carolina University, and also the The Lifetime Achievement Award from the Enamelist Society. Her work is in numerous public and private collections including the Victoria and Albert Museum in London and the Museum of Art and Design in NYC.

  • Jeannine Falino, curator of Edge of the Sublime: Enamels by Jamie Bennett, which opened at the Fuller Craft Museum in Boston and is now touring the U.S.
  • Pat Johnson, British Society of Enamellers newsletter editor, enamelist, and enamel instructor at West Dean College, UK
  • Harriete Estel Berman, Professional Guidelines, Chairperson, Ad Hoc Committee, SNAG
  • June Schwarcz - master enamelist, American Craft Council Fellow, recipient of numerous awards and grants, whose work is in the public collections of dozens of museums worldwide

Preliminary List of Breakout Session presenters

There will be break-out sessions on Saturday and Sunday of the conference. Break-outs are simultaneous 50-minute sessions that occur in groups of 4 with 3 sessions each day. They can be workshop synopses, demonstrations, Q&A on a variety of topics.

Martha Banyas Trish McAleer
Harriete Estel Berman Barbara Minor
Jessica Calderwood Hal Nelson and Bernard Jazzar
Pam East Karin Pohl
Howard Eisman Merry Lee Rae
Falcher Fusager Joan Strott-Alvini
Chris Hentz Jean Tudor
Lynne Hull Cloud Dome
Deb Lozier Paragon Industries

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