May 9–13 at Touchstone Center for Crafts
Instructor: Sam Chung
Intermediate–Advanced | $400
Extended Weekend Workshop
This workshop will focus on the teapot and its history, function, and design. We will work toward bringing together all of the elements of this complex form with the goal of creating a balanced and thoughtful design. I will demonstrate various methods for making and assembling bodies, spouts, lids, and handles using both wheel throwing and slab construction. We will explore ways to bring together multiple forming processes within an individual teapot. Participants will be encouraged to develop or enhance their own designs through research, drawing, and experimentation. Click on the workshop title to learn more, and click here to view the entire 2013 catalog. For 25% campus lodging discount type EarlyBird2013 when signing up. Discount will be applied on final invoice.
Sam Chung is a ceramic artist, designer, and educator living in Tempe, Arizona, where he is an Assistant Professor of Ceramics at Arizona State University. His work is inspired by pottery form, function, history, and contemporary design. He has exhibited at the Harvey/Meadows Gallery, AKAR Gallery, Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art, Greenwich House Pottery, Lacoste Gallery, and Taipei County Yingge Museum. Sam’s work is included in the collections of the Crocker Art Museum (California), Icheon World Ceramic Center (Korea), Guldagergaard International Ceramic Research Center (Denmark), and San Angelo Museum ofFine Arts (Texas).
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Sam Chung workshop from May 9 to 13 at Touchstone Sam Chung teaches "Teapots" at Touchstone Center for Crafts
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