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#Repost @lsuceramics ・・・ Clay for Louisiana is li

@lsuceramics ・・・ Clay for Louisiana is live! Visit clayforlouisiana.bigcartel.com to help support our flood ravaged community, and get a beautiful piece of ceramic artwork in the process! 100% of sales will go directly to victims of this once-in-a-hundred-year flood. You can read more about it by clicking the link in our profile and going to the "about" page. A big thanks to all of LSU's faculty, graduate, and undergraduate students, past LSU alum, friends of LSU, and all who donated work! This fundraiser wouldn't have been possible without your support and extraordinary talent!

@lsuceramics ・・・ Clay for Louisiana is live! Visit clayforlouisiana.bigcartel.com to help support our flood ravaged community, and get a beautiful piece of ceramic artwork in the process! 100% of sales will go directly to victims of this once-in-a-hundred-year flood. You can read more about it by clicking the link in our profile and going to the “about” page. A big thanks to all of LSU’s faculty, graduate, and undergraduate students, past LSU alum, friends of LSU, and all who donated work! This fundraiser wouldn’t have been possible without your support and extraordinary talent!


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#Repost @lsuceramics ・・・ LSU Ceramics students ha

@lsuceramics ・・・ LSU Ceramics students have organized a fundraiser called Clay for Louisiana, to raise funds to benefit those in our community directly affected by the recent devastating flood in Baton Rouge. Current LSU students and faculty, along with alumni, past visiting artists and friends of LSU Ceramics, have generously donated work to this fundraiser. Shown above are some beautifully crafted pieces by Amanda Barr (@amandambarr),Andy shaw (@andyshaw8008),Mikey Walsh (@mommakermikeywalsh), and Courtney Martin (@courtneymartinpotter). 100% of sales will go directly to victims of this once-in-a-hundred-year flood. Work will go on sale ‪at 12:00 p.m. central time, Saturday October 1.‬ Find the link in our bio.

@lsuceramics ・・・ LSU Ceramics students have organized a fundraiser called Clay for Louisiana, to raise funds to benefit those in our community directly affected by the recent devastating flood in Baton Rouge. Current LSU students and faculty, along with alumni, past visiting artists and friends of LSU Ceramics, have generously donated work to this fundraiser. Shown above are some beautifully crafted pieces by Amanda Barr (@amandambarr),Andy shaw (@andyshaw8008),Mikey Walsh (@mommakermikeywalsh), and Courtney Martin (@courtneymartinpotter). 100% of sales will go directly to victims of this once-in-a-hundred-year flood. Work will go on sale ‪at 12:00 p.m. central time, Saturday October 1.‬ Find the link in our bio.


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