Join us for a virtual field trip to an artist's studio! We will visit contemporary ceramic artists for a guided tour of their space, a demo of their process, and discussion about their work and how it has progressed throughout their career. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and participate in the discussion.
This week, we visit the studio of sculptor Christina Erives! Christina believes that ceramics as material has permanence, it is one of the ways we were able to learn about ancient cultures. There is so much beauty in these traditions and her aim has been to make a mark of her time that will be preserved in the history of ceramic objects.
Event: Saturday, August 15th, 2020 from 2:00pm - 4:00pm EST
LaiSun Keane Gallery
Christina Erives - Con o Sin Cebolla/With or Without Onions
September 10 - October 3
Cost: Free for Harvard Undergraduates. $50.00 for Harvard Graduate Students, Harvard Staff and Adult Community.
Note: All classes will meet online using free, accessible applications. Once you have registered for a course, you will receive an email with details on how to access your class via Zoom. In order to participate in these courses, you will need to have access to a computer (or tablet or smartphone) with a camera, and an internet connection. You will need to download Zoom before the first class. New to using Zoom? Here are the specific system requirements needed to run Zoom. Questions? Feel free to email Kathy King, Director at email@example.com.
Christina Erives was born in Los Angeles, California. She received her BA and MA from California State University of Northridge and her MFA from Pennsylvania State University. She has worked as a Resident Artist at the Archie Bray Foundation in Helena Montana, Belger Craneyard Studios in Kansas City Missouri, Arquetopia in Puebla Mexico, and Rasquache in Puebla Mexico. She has also worked as a Visiting Artist Instructor at New Mexico State University and the University of Montana. Recent Exhibitions include Ceramiques Gourmandes at Fondation Bernardaud in Limoges, France, US Emerging Voices in Clay at District Clay Gallery in Washington DC, L.A.S. (Latin American Status) at 707 Penn Gallery in Pittsburgh, PA, 2018 Scripps College 74th Ceramic Annual; Stories Without Borders: Personal Narratives in Clay at Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery in Claremont California and Lineal Rituals at Mattie Rhodes Art Gallery in Kansas City, MO.