Visit an Artist Series: Lindsay Rogers

Date: 

Friday, June 26, 2020, 2:00pm to 3:00pm

Location: 

Zoom

Plates with food made by potter Lindsay RogersJoin us for a virtual field trip to an artist's studio! We will visit contemporary ceramic artists from across the country 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 will be traveling to the beautiful mountains of East Tennessee to meet studio potter and educator Lindsay Rogers to see her studio, talk about her work and her advocacy for a more locally based sustainable food system.

Event: Friday, June 26th, 2020, 2pm - 3pm

REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT

Cost: Free for Harvard Undergraduates. $25.00 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 kking@fas.harvard.edu.

Artist Biography:

Lindsay Rogers is a studio potter, educator, and food enthusiast living in the beautiful mountains of East Tennessee. She received her BA in printmaking from Sarah Lawrence College in 2001 and her MFA in ceramics from the University of Florida in 2013. Prior to graduate school, Lindsay completed two long-term artist residencies. Over the years, Lindsay has used her work as a ceramic artist to advocate for a more locally based, sustainable food system. She has participated in collaborations with artists, chefs, food photographers, and farmers. Her pottery and words can be found in a range of publications from blogs to books, magazines and podcasts. She is an Assistant Professor of Ceramics at East Tennessee State University.

Lindsay Rogers Portrait and hands holding teapot.