Presented by Ceramics Program, Office for the Arts at Harvard
Slide Presentation: 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm.
Join Project Coordinators Alexandra Jelleberg and Bradley Klem as they present their work in joining east and west coast ceramic artists for GrowlerFest 2015 - a bi-coastal craft beer and local food tasting event and artist salon. Partnering with Project Art in Cummington, MA and Eutectic Gallery in Portland, OR these two artists bring food and craft together in a unique and inspiring way.
This event is free and open to the public. Seats are limited. To RSVP, sign up below or email Kathy King at email@example.com.
"Through the intersection of collaboration and individual aesthetic, we hope to spark investment in handmade objects among a group of people who share a common interest. The enjoyment of food and drink can be greatly enriched by the experience of using the beautiful work artists so thoughtfully produce."
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
EAST + WEST | CUMMINGTON MA + PORTLAND OR
GROWLERFEST 2015 EAST
October 10th - 11th
Food and Beer Tasting Weekend | Group Exhibition
October 3rd - December 2nd
Project Art - 54 Main Street, Cummington, MA 01026
GROWLERFEST 2015 WEST
Food and Beer Tasting Weekend | Exhibition Opening
Eutectic Gallery - 1930 NE Oregon St. Portland, Oregon 97232 (entrance located on 20th) &
Culmination Brewing - 2117 NE Oregon St, Portland, OR 97232
Alexandra Jelleberg works as the Program Director for Project Art, Associate for Ferrin Contemporary, and as an artist for Alexandra Jelleberg Studio. Originally from North Dakota, Alexandra now lives in Cummington, Massachusetts. Previously, Alexandra was a resident artist at the Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts (2012) and then worked as Assistant Curator of Education at the Arizona State University Art Museum & Ceramic Research Center (2013-2014) while creating a post baccalaureate body of work at Arizona State University. Alexandra’s projects in her current position have included working on the Ferrin Contemporary’s Ceramic Top 40, A Family Affair, Glazed & Diffused, and Ghetto Garniture:Wu Tang Worcester exhibitions (curated by Leslie Ferrin), coordinating and participating in artKamp organized by Vipoo Srivilasa, and running the artist-in-residence program for Project Art. She is excited to announce her first project (co-coordinated by artist and friend Bradley Klem), GrowlerFest2015 East + West, as Program Director.
Brad Klem has lived much of his life in Arizona and was first introduced to clay while studying painting at Arizona State University. He completed a BA degree with a focus in ceramics at Arizona State University in 2014. Brad has since exhibited his work in several national and international juried exhibitions. Last year he was featured in Ceramics Monthly in the Undergraduate Showcase. Currently he is the artist-in-residence and ceramics studio manager at the Mesa Arts Center in Mesa, Arizona. Brad continues to live and work in the Phoenix area, where he is producing pottery influenced by his love of fishing and fueled by his concern for local fisheries.