International Polymer Clay Association
IPCA Board Changes
- IPCA News
- Wednesday, 05 June 2013 00:00
There have been a few changes to the IPCA Board in the past few days. I'm very sorry to announce that our President, Beth Ackley, has resigned due to ill health. I have worked with Beth for more than 2 years and thank her for her friendship and everything she has done to move the IPCA forward. In accordance with the Bylaws, I have stepped up for the remainder of the term and I'm very happy that Corliss Rose has taken my place as Vice President - Education. We are now looking for a new VP Membership and I would love to hear from anyone who is interested in helping out. I can be contacted via email on the Contact Us page on the website.
Our Communications Officer, Debbie Schamber, has also resigned to concentrate on growing her business and we thank her and wish her well. Anita Kennerley has very kindly stepped in to take Debbie's place and we welcome her to the team! Anita will be responsible for web content and the newsletter.
The next IPCA organised events will be EuroSynergy in Malta at the end of April next year, followed in August by the Retreat 2014 in Columbus, Ohio. Further information about both will be announced very soon.
Thank you all for your support and I hope to see many of you in Malta or Columbus!
Progress and Possibilities 2012 Results and Gallery
- Progress and Possibilities
- Monday, 07 January 2013 20:32
The Executive Board of the IPCA and the judges of the 2012 Progress and Possibilities competition are pleased to publish the Judges' and Members' Choice voting results.
We want to take this opportunity to thank our judges: Libby Mills, Sage Bray, and Bettina Welker.
Technical assistance provided by our Webmaster, Lyons Digital Media
An album of all the entries has been made public in the IPCA Gallery. Click Here to View the 2012 entries.
Judge’s Best in Show
Lisa Matthews – Civil Rights Chess Set..(Radical vs Nonviolence)
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