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Entries Welcome for 2004 International Orton Cone Box Show

May 7, 2003
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Entries for the 2004 International Orton Cone Box Show, sponsored by Baker University and the Edward Orton Jr. Ceramic Foundation, are due February 20, 2004. Works should be composed of more than 50% fired clay to be eligible, and all artists/crafts persons may submit one or two pieces per entry. Each work must be able to fit into a large Orton Cone Box (3 x 3 x 6 in.), and an entry tag must be attached to each piece for identification. All entries submitted for judging must be for sale and may be sold even if not accepted into the show.

For complete details, e-mail Inge G. Balch at inge.balch@bakeru.edu .

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