Registration for the Conference is still available! Please follow this link for the registration form.
Conference Meals and Parking
For those of you staying on campus, we need a headcount for the Saturday night dinner (no extra charge) and the Sunday night closing dinner. Please fill out this form if you are staying on campus and will be joining for meals during the Conference.
For those of you staing off campus, meals are not included. Please fill out this form if you are staying off campus and will be joining us for meals.
Parking at The University of Oregon campus costs $12/weekday. Please fill out this form if you will be parking your vehicle on campus for any part of your stay. Please contact the office if you have any questions. We will have your parking passes available on check-in.
The final Program for the Conference can be found here!
The Enamelist Society is pleased to offer a scholarship to students who are in enrolled in art programs. The scholarship will provide full tuition to one workshop of two and a half days, plus the fee for our two day Conference. Please see the application form here for more information, deadlines, recommendations, etc. Please feel free to call the office (770-807-0142) for more information.
Live Auction, Raffle
We will also hold a raffle and auctions at the Conference, with proceeds benefiting The Enamelist Society. We are accepting any and all donations that you may have! We currently have a great group of pieces lined up to be auctioned, including the pieces from the collaborative exhibition! Click here for the auction pieces.
Click here for the Raffle Donation form
Click here for the Auction Donation form
The 2019 Conference, titled Alchemy5, will be similar to previous conferences; the morning sessions filled with a keynote, panels, speakers and a general membership meeting. The afternoons consist of "breakout" sessions where multiple presentations and/or demonstrations on various technical or marketing topics are held every hour. Evening events include an opening reception for the Exhibitions, our Saturday night auctions and the Sunday night closing party. The ever popular pin swap begins as attendees arrive and a vendor's area will be available throughout the conference to browse and purchase enamel related items and books.
The 17th Biennial International Juried Enamel Exhibition and 13th Juried Student Exhibition will again accompany the conference. In addition, a presenter's invitational exhibition and an "Instant Gallery" will be open for public viewing. The Instant Gallery consists of 1 or 2 pieces of enamel work brought by conference attendees. This work may be for sale and may be accompanied by a small photo of the maker in order to facilitate networking between attendees.
The Enamelist Society holds a raffle, a silent auction and a live auction during the conference. Donated items include enamels, tools, books and, of course, enamel pieces. Auction proceeds help support Society grants and educational activities.