Visit an Artist Series: Mark Errol

Date: 

Friday, June 26, 2020, 3:00pm to 4:00pm

Location: 

Zoom
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 will be traveling to Tifton, Georgia to visit with Mark Errol and hear about he is juggling a life as a studio potter, educator and co-owner of Plough Gallery!

Event: Friday, June 26th, 2020 from 3pm - 4pm ****NOTE: NEW DATE AND TIME!****

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:

Mark Errol graduated from Georgia State University in 2014 with his MFA where he was the recipient of the Ernest G. Welch Fellowship. Mark accepted the position of Lecturer in 2015 at Valdosta State University in Valdosta GA where he teaches Ceramics, Foundation 3D Design as well as Professional Preparations for budding artists and Senior Presentation. Errol has taught at Arrowmont School for Arts and Crafts, has assisted numerous artists at Penland School of Crafts and has taught workshops at The University of Alabama, East Tennessee State University as well as other recognized art centers around the Southeast.

Mark lives in Tifton, GA where he maintains his studio and is the co-owner of Plough Gallery with Glenn Josey where they concentrate on ceramics, glass and other craft centric media. Focused on education, highlighting fine craft and art, Mark has curated shows as well at Signature Handmade Gallery in Atlanta. His work has been featured in exhibitions both nationally and internationally and has been published in Studio Potter and Ceramics Monthly magazines as well as other regional and nationally circulated publications. The work he makes investigates the relationships of architecture, interior design, and personal narratives as related to both social and cultural questions of value, space and wanting more.

Mark Errol ceramics