Ted Neal

Ted L. Neal

Associate Professor at Ball State University

Location:
2000 University Ave, Muncie, Indiana, United States
HQ Phone:
(765) 289-1241
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last updated 11/15/2017

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Education

BFA  - Utah State University

MFA  - Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

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Ted Neal
Ted Neal taught at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, Utah State University, and has been professor of Art/Ceramics at Ball State University since 2006. He earned his MFA from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville and his BFA from Utah State University. He builds kilns across the country and built the Arrowmont train and salt kilns in the summer of 2016. tednealceramics.com Ted Neal In order to complete your registration, a $300 deposit is required.

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Ted Neal Muncie, Indiana
Born and raised in rural upstate New York, Ted has received degrees from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (MFA 1998), Utah State University (BFA 1995), and Brigham Young University Idaho (AAS 1991). After graduate school Ted taught as an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. He moved back to Logan, Utah in 2001 to take the position of technology instructor and studio coordinator for the ceramics area at Utah State University. (2001-2006) His work has been featured in numerous exhibitions including: NCECA Clay National Columbus, OH, Mastery in Clay The Clay Studio Philadelphia, PA, Forms and Shapes: The Useful Teapot AKAR Gallery Iowa City, IA, Mineralogy and Metallurgy: The Multi-media Ceramic Vessel University of Louisville, Louisville KY. Ted is currently a studio artist and Assistant Professor of Ceramics and area head in the Art Department of Ball State University in Muncie Indiana.

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The kiln was designed and built by Ted Neal, ceramics professor at Ball State University with the assistance of current and former graduate students.
Participating artists included Ted Neal and Sam Chumley; local potters Jane Buie, Lisa Canfield, Jim Coffelt, Amy Evans, David Howard, Patrick Houston, Kevin Leiva, Chuck McMahon, Winnie Utterback; Knoxville artists, Janet Harper, Sally Brogden, Brad Cantrell; Artists-in-Residence Elyse-Krista Mische, Paige Ward, Xia Zhang; former Artist-in-Residence Austin Riddle; Arrowmont staff members Bill Griffith and Rebecca Buglio. "Because the kiln is new, it requires a longer cool-down period," Ted Neal said.

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