1. Receive a refund. For tickets purchased at a business, you can send the tickets along with a self-addressed, stamped envelope to: Julita Wood CDA Treasurer, 2253 Cherrystone Rd, Cape Charles VA 23310. If the you received tickets from one of our members, you may return the tickets to the member and receive your money back or follow the procedure above and mail them in. All refund requests must be received before May 31, 2020.
2. Make this a donation to help feed the hungry. Please consider this option to help feed the hungry. Many are already living on the edge and with business closings and customers staying home, this will be a difficult time. Upon request, we will provide a donation receipt to you via email. Please send us your ticket numbers associated with the donation but we don't need the ticket back. Please send your requests to CeramicDesignersAssociation@gmail.com
3. Hold the ticket for the next event. You can email the ticket numbers to us and hold the tickets for our next event. You will need to email the information to CeramicDesignersAssociation@gmail.com stating your request. We will swap your tickets for new ones at the next event in March of 2021. In order for us to honor the ticket, your request must be received by May 31, 2020
Thank you for your help and consideration during this process. If you have any questions, please contact us at the email address above.
Stay well and thank you!
CERAMIC DESIGNERS ASSOCIATION:
se-'ram-ik di-'zi'ners e-'so's(h)e-'a-shen; a collective group of clay artists: CDA
Founded in 1967, CDA is a group of ceramic artists and potters dedicated to clay.
Interested in ceramics and sculpture, a group of local artists and some students of the former Museum Art School in Norfolk, VA
formed CDA to organize exhibitions, sales of their work and to stimulate growth and interest of pottery in the local community.
This diverse group of artists, from emerging potters to professionals,
create works of art from the basic elements of earth and water.
Their support and participation in local art shows, charitable events, and workshops
contribute to the cultural life of the Hampton Roads Area.