Randy Johnston and Tim Rowan –demo symposium at the Glassell School of Art in Houston, TX in conjunction with the MFAH’s Unfolding Worlds: Japanese Screens and Contemporary Ceramics from the Gitter-Yelen Collection. April 18 –19, 10am-5:30pm, free, open to the public. For more information contact Jeff Forster at jeff@JeffForster.com or Michelle Matthews at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Clay Studio, in partnership with Tyler School of Art, presents “The Legacy Continues: Tomoo Hamada and Simon Leach”. Both artists will demonstrate wheel throwing, decorating techniques, and discuss their individual glazing and firing processes. How has the legacy of their grandfathers informed and influenced the younger artists? Join us for this once in a… Read More »
Access Arts in Columbia, MO, seeks Ceramics Artist in Residence. Living quarters and studio space provided in return for teaching classes and community outreach. For more info: http://www.schoolofservice.org/air.html.
Ceramic artwork needed to fill 700 cubic-feet, wood-fired Anagama kiln; able to accommodate 36″ X 48″ pieces. Free kiln space in exchange for helping out with firing-assistance & wood-preparation. Space also available for cash. Bathhouse, accommodations, WiFi, lessons & outdoor studio space available free. Convenient location 1931 Strawberry Fields, York, PA 17406. Contact: email@example.com.
36 beautiful rolling acres within 7 miles of Penland School of Crafts. Partially wooded with ample open pasture. Southwest exposure for perfect solar capability. Very private yet close to town. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Workshops and conferences are such fantastic ways to enrich your art making. You leave brimming with new ideas to try, and these ideas can then morph with your own way of working and take you in a whole new direction.
In today’s post, Tracy Gamble explains how after a week-long surface symposium, she blended two artists’ techniques to take her own work in a new direction.
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Visiting Artist Workshop Week- June 22-26. Featuring TOM COLEMAN working with high fired porcelain. Demos & hands on $450/wk Cultural Arts Center, Columbus, OH www.CulturalArtsCenterOnline.org; (614)645-7514.
At one end of the spectrum, design is a process that is part of what we all do in the studio when planning to make new work. We think up ideas, define the concepts that are important, sketch pieces (in our heads, out of clay on paper, on a computer) that fit our chosen criteria, then refine the forms. During this process, in addition to considering form, we consider use, context, and audience, as well as the right tools (whether familiar or new) for the job.–Jessica Knapp, editor.
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At one end of the spectrum, design is a process that is part of what we all do in the studio when planning to make new work. We think up ideas, define the concepts that are important, sketch pieces (in our heads, out of clay on paper, on a computer) that fit our chosen criteria, then refine the forms. During this process, in addition to considering form, we consider use, context, and audience, as well as the right tools (whether familiar or new) for the job.
Potter’s Fire, LLC, a fun, fast-paced, professional production studio in Herndon, Virginia has immediate openings for full-time and part-time production hand-builders. Email Elizabeth Payne at email@example.com.