Pictured are examples of glaze testing done on wild Montana clay.
Grant Funded Projects
Korea/China Research Expedition resulting in Korean Celadon School Exchange (S&C)
Medicine Hat Residency - contact established with Plainsman Clay (M2) (S&C)
Montana Clay Collection Project (Block)
Japan Research Travel and Residency (S&C)
Now MSU BFA alumnus Patrick Broom tastes clay grit during one of the Wild Clay digs.
David Peters - Wood Fire Kiln
Chad Carrignan - Claybody Research
Andy Marshall - refractory, burner design
Ben Babcock – Korean/Montana Celadon
Nick Danielson – Noxious Weed Ash Glazes-publication
Joe Geil – Native Clays, vegetable oil burners- publication
Abigail Flanagan - Noxious Weed/Native Clay Paper making
Joe Geil, Ben Babcock - Korean Celadon School Exchange