Architectural Ceramics - Stacked Forms

Dates: February 7 - April 25   CLOSED
Days/Times: Tuesdays, 6:30 - 9:30pm
Level: Beginning - Advanced

Instructor: Allison Newsome


Course description Explore how totemic or stacked sculpture has been addressed and historically incorporated into architecture and public works – ultimately making multiple components that are then stacked together. These architecturally inspired forms may combine the human figure, animals, fruit and flowers. The surface treatment will focus on using polychrome painting on a white opaque surface with metallic oxides and stains inspired by Della Robbia. This class caters to those students continuing from the Fall semester as well as welcoming new students. The class work will be displayed on the grounds of the Durant-Kenrick House and Grounds in Newton, MA. 12 classes/13 weeks.

Course Fee: $860 Adults; $780 1st Time Registrant; $125 Harvard Undergraduate; $225 Harvard Graduate Students

For questions regarding registration, accessibility, discounts for multiple-class registration and new student referrals, and employee assistance programs, such as TAP: contact Shawn Panepinto, Director of Operations, at 617.495.8680 or email panepint@fas.harvard.edu

Students from other colleges interested in taking Ceramics courses: email panepint@fas.harvard.edu.

For questions regarding course content, email Kathy King, Director of Education at kking@fas.harvard.edu.


Location: Ceramics Studio

Semester: 

Spring