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Alberto

Announcement from ceramics Manager's Choice

Presidente do Conselho Superior at Instituto Cultural da Cerâmica de Cunha

Dear members

When I started this group I was in the realm of Arts and Crafts and I was surprised at how many people joined from ceramics industry. They were naturally welcome as I consider very important the exchange of views between crafts and industry.

Still, some issues are particular to one or the other. Therefore, since I created the subgroup Ceramic Art and craft, it would be only fair to start the subgroup Industrial and Corporate Ceramics, which I just did.
Feel free to join and use.

Best regards

Alberto Cidraes

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  • October 24, 2011
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  • Jim H.

    Jim

    Jim H.

    Sales Manager at Swindell Dressler International Company

    How do I join the sub group of industial ceramics?

  • Philip D.

    Philip

    Philip D.

    Dental Lab Assistant at Richards Dental Ceramic

    This is just the group. Alberto, SALUD!!!!!!

  • Jonathan E.

    Jonathan

    Jonathan E.

    Greenhouse Manager at Vanderbilt University

    In my "other life" I'm involved with a university department of biological sciences. They split into two groups many years back, one being molecular biology and the other organismic and evolutionary biology. At that point there wasn't a biology department as such any more, just the two subgrouping departments. They remerged some 10 years or so ago. Wonder what will happen here. And in the meantime, how does one get further involved in the "ceramics arts and crafts" subgroup? And, when one joins the ceramics discussion group, should there be some sort of signpost indicating the two subgroups and how to get to them from here? Haven't added much to this group myself- just joined a week or so back - but do appreciate some of the directional ideas I've seen so far.

  • Alberto C.

    Alberto

    Alberto C.

    Presidente do Conselho Superior at Instituto Cultural da Cerâmica de Cunha

    You can join freely from inside the group. Just don't ask me what button you should press, because I wouldn't know. Sorry. Best regards and good luck.

  • Roy

    Roy C.

    Owner, Roy Clayton International

    On the "Ceramics" Group page go to the top and click "more". A drop down box will appear with "subgroups" included. Select this. This will then lead to 2 choices of the sub groups to join. Click on the one which you are interested in.
    Roy

  • Jim H.

    Jim

    Jim H.

    Sales Manager at Swindell Dressler International Company

    Thanks Roy, did find the link.

  • Eileen H.

    Eileen

    Eileen H.

    Ceramic Supplies Consultant

    You can paste "Industrial and Corporate Ceramics" into the Groups search box in the top right corner of this page.

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