The prominent porcelain artist Fukami Sueharu will be featured in a presentation at the Ceramics Program on April 23 and in the Japan Society's annual Rad Smith lecture on April 22 at Boston's Museum of Fine Arts. These presentations and the Museum of Fine Arts' exhibition "Celebrating Kyoto:
Kusakabe, Masakazu will engage participants in throwing, trimming, and raku firing tea bowls. His ecumenical and spirited approach to this traditional practice will infuse "the way of tea" with new life and meaning.
Hamada, Tomoo will demonstrate glazing and give a presentation about his family legacy in Mashiko. He is the grandson of Hamada Shoji, "National Living Treasure" and major figure of the mingei folk-art movement.
"Hamada, Tomo'o's pots utilize essentially the same materials as those of Hamada
Ceramic artist Angela Cunningham will discuss her exquisitely detailed and provocative body of work inspired by forms in nature. Demonstrations of her artistic process and a sampling of her construction methods, including hand building and wheel throwing techniques, will be shown
In cooperation with The Society of Arts and Crafts, Sanam Emami will join us for a visual presentation of her work on Tuesday, November 13th from 5pm - 6:30 pm. Emami will be in Boston in conjunction with the exhibition, Our Cups Runneth Over, at the Society of Arts and Crafts for which she
Amy Santoferraro, a ceramic and mixed-media sculptor, and Assistant Professor of Ceramics at Kansas State University, will be working in residence at the Ceramics Program for two weeks during the month of July. Amy will lecture on her influences and work practice, which often
Boston-area artist Hannah Niswonger creates work that embraces both the sculptural and the utilitarian form, using bright, colorful pattern systems and imagery from the natural and animal world. Hannah will share examples of her work, studio process and her dedication to the Boston area arts community as she prepares for the