Spend the day with British-born, North Carolina-based potter, Mark Hewitt as he brings a bit of the South to New England and discusses approaching traditional methods with a contemporary eye. During the workshop, Hewitt will throw and
Over the last ten years, ceramic scholars and artists have become aware of the vast array of opportunities that study in Jingdezhen, China can provides. Join us in welcoming Eric Kao, the Director of The Pottery Workshop in Jingdezhen, located in
Potter, educator, author, curator and world traveler, Richard Burkett is a man with a passion for discovery. Whether documenting indigenous pottery cultures in the Amazon Basin of Ecuador or authoring ground breaking glaze calculation software, all roads seem to lead back to the studio
Reflecting the influence of textiles, wallpapers, comic strips, natural history illustration and childhood memories, the work of Stephen Bowers brims with ideas and imagery that trace their origin to both historical and contemporary sources. Knowledge of ceramic decorative technique allows him to
Join us for a free presentation on this year's 44th Annual Conference of the National Councilon Education for the Ceramic Arts, held in Philadelphia, March 31 - April 3rd. Program Coordinator Shawn Panepinto and studio participants will share images and information on the many shows and events that took place at NCECA. Please RSVP to email@example.com.
PROGRAM WILL RELOCATE TO SITE NEAR ITS LONGTIME ALLSTON LOCATION; LEADERSHIP WILL INCLUDE DIRECTORS OF EDUCATION AND OPERATIONS/OUTREACH (Cambridge, MA) — Harvard University will open a new ceramics facility in September 2013 at 224 Western Avenue, Allston, MA, to include a public gallery directly fronting the street. It will be the new home of the Ceramics Program, Office for the Arts at Harvard (OFA), which has been active in Allston for 26 years at 219 Western Avenue. “The OFA Ceramics Program is a long standing arts and cultural resource in Allston,” said Kevin Casey, Associate Vice
This year, the studio is celebrating its 40th year with the Ceramics Program 40th Anniversary Benefit Invitational, which will be on exhibit during the upcoming Spring Show and Sale (May 6 - 9). The show will highlight the work of former instructors, visiting artists, lecturers, studio artists and artists-in-residence. To see actual artists work for sale, go here.