Over the past three decades, composer/guitarist/vocalist Trey Anastasio has forged a multi-faceted career, winning acclaim in rock, classical and theatrical circles. He is a founding member of Phish, one of today’s most successful and innovative rock bands.
Presented By: Ceramics Program, Office for the Arts at Harvard
The "New Voices Lectures" are an on-going series highlighting some of the most talented emerging artists utilizing the ceramic medium in the field of contemporary art.
Katie Fee received her B.A. in Studio Art and Geology from William & Mary where she completed an honors research thesis in soda fired pottery. In 2017, she completed her Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in ceramics at University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth. Her artwork is inspired by the temporal relationship between geologic landscape and human activity. Fee has been the Summer Assistant at Peters Valley School of Crafts and a Winter Resident at Penland School of Crafts. She is currently the Artist-in-Residence at Mudflat Studio.
Program includes music by Beethoven, Debussy and Walton with featured musicians: Paula Robinson, flute; Jennifer Frautschi, violin; Marcus Thompson, viola; Raman Ramakrishnan, cello; Andrew Armstrong, piano; Jessica Zhou, harp.
Join us in welcoming ceramic artist and educator Fred Herbst to the Ceramics Program to tell us about his unique collaboration with the Corning Museum of Glass.
Fred Herbst: Material Collaborations
A unique woodfired kiln was developed by ceramic artist and educator Fred Herbst in collaboration with the Corning Museum of Glass in 2008. This kiln design was built in order to fire ceramics and blow glass simultaneously using renewable wood fuel. Two kilns have been built, one at Corning Community College in Corning, New York and one at the Domaine de Boisbuchet in France, where they both continue to reveal new possibilities with clay and glass.