In the late-eighties there were at the most 10 ceramists working on Curaçao. In those pre-internet times, I started organizing workshops by foreign artists as a way to keep in touch with the ceramic world outside of my little island. These workshops proved to be a perfect way for my students, others and myself to meet good ceramic artists, see their work, hear about their philosophy and learn new techniques.

2008

  • Martin Möhwald, Germany (pic # 13, 14)

2007

  • Jimmy Clark, USA (pic # 17)

2006

  • Jeannette van Faassen-Straatingh, The Netherlands

2005

  • Henk Wolvers, The Netherlands (pic # 11)

2003

  • Pauline Wiertz, The Netherlands
  • Lale Dilbas-Andiç, Turkey
  • Enrique Mestre, Spain (pic # 15)

2002

  • Rick Hirsch, USA (pic # 4)
  • Toni Hambleton, Puerto Rico (pic # 16)

2001

  • Renate Weidner, The Netherlands

1999

  • Marvin Sweet, USA (pic # 7)
  • Daniël Levi, The Netherlands

1998

  • Richard Notkin, USA (pic # 8,9,10)
  • Natasha Zaludovà, The Netherlands

1997

  • Irene Vonck, The Netherlands (pic # 25)

1996

  • Luk Versluys, Belgium (pic # 27)
  • Ruth Dupré, England
  • Yih-Wen Kuo, Taiwan/USA (pic # 18, 19, 20)
  • Flo and Sal Yepa, USA (pic # 12)
  • Michelle Griffoul, USA (pic # 26)

1995

  • Scott Meyer, USA
  • Sarah Chamberlin, USA

1994

  • Dorothee Colberg-Tjadens, Germany
  • Ciro Abath, Aruba (pic # 21, 22)

1993

  • Robert Schmitz, USA
  • Beatrijs van Rheeden & Gábor Rosta, The Netherlands/Hungary (pic # 23, 24)
  • Ebeltje Hartkamp-Jonxis, The Netherlands

1992

  • Rick Hirsch, USA (pic # 1,2,3)

1991

  • Seka, Venezuela (pic # 28)
  • Dorothee Colberg-Tjadens, Germany
  • Dennis Maust, USA (pic # 5)
  • Wolfgang Vegas, Venezuela (pic # 6)

1990

  • Jorge Baretto,Venezuela