accessCeramics: a successful collaborative image project

deltaAccessceramics.org is a collaborative database project which allows users to contribute images of contemporary ceramics for educational purposes.  It was started by Ted Vogel and Margo Ballantyne at Lewis & Clark College in Portland, and it uses Flickr image software to upload, organize and display the images.  It can be browsed by artist name, media, technique or object type.

The innovation of this project was recently recognized through the receipt of an NEA grant.

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