Interdisciplinary Projects





Dates: February 5 - April 23Anne Eder
Days/Times: Tuesdays, 6:30 - 9:30pm 
Level: Beginner - Advanced
Instructor: Anne Eder

Course Description:   Boundaries between mediums and disciplines have become less distinct and more permeable as image makers increasingly turn to sculpture and installation as vehicles for self-expression, and those making three-dimensional work incorporate imagery. This class is a forum for experimentation with contemporary art methods of photography, mixed media sculpture, and installation. The focus will be on the pragmatic aspects of creating interdisciplinary work such as schedules, prioritizing tasks, selecting materials, and problem solving for site-specific locations, as well as employing a fluid work flow between two and three dimensions.

Participants are encouraged to come with ideas for concept-based projects. The instructor’s role is that of facilitator, and Anne Eder brings to it her own interdisciplinary tool-kit including a broad range of artistic and practical skills and experience in both the fine arts arena and the creative workplace. There will be an opportunity for public installation at the end of the semester, location TBA.

Course Fees: $125 for Harvard Undergraduate Students, $275 for Harvard Graduate Students, $900 for Adult Community. TAP Regular and Long Service - Follow the instructions in online registraton system for pricing.

Your course fee covers use of all clays (terra cotta, stoneware, sculpture body, porcelain), bisque firing, glazes and glaze firing up to 8,000 cu. inches of kiln space as well as 7-day access to the ceramics program and its equipment from the start date of your class to May 4th. Opportunities to exhibit your work or view the work of your fellow studio participants will be available during our Spring Show and Sale beginning May 8th.

Registration begins on Tuesday, November 13th at 11am!

For questions regarding course content, contact Director of Education, Kathy King at

For questions regarding registration, please contact Ceramics Associate, Ji-Eun Kim at