Presented by: Ceramics Program, Office for the Arts at Harvard ****THIS EVENT IS WAITLISTED, however we are still accepting RSVPs for the lecture *****
The Ceramics Program, Office for the Arts at Harvard is pleased to welcome Montana-based potter Julia Galloway back to Boston for a special two-day weekend workshop. Julia Galloway's solo exhibition, The Endangered Species Project: New England will be on view in the Ceramics Program's Gallery 224 from February 4 - April 14, 2019. Julia's visit is part of the Ceramics Program's 50th Anniversary Celebration programming.
Weekend with Julia Galloway
Saturday, April 13. 2018
Workshop Day 1: 10:00am - 4:00pm with potluck lunch
Lecture: 4:00-5:00pm (separate registration will be available for those not registering for the workshop)
Exhibition Reception in the Gallery: 5:00-7:00pm
Sunday, April 14, 2018
Workshop Day 2: 10:00am - 4:00pm with potluck lunch
Location: Ceramics Program, Office for the Arts at Harvard, 224 Western Ave, Allston, Massachusetts 02134
On day one of this two-day workshop, Julia will demonstrate making pottery: combining wheel throwing and handbuilding techniques.
On day two of the workshop, Julia will demonstrate her surface decoration techniques, including slip decoration and some china painting. Participants will have the opportunity to try their hand at Julia's slip inlay method. Throughout the workshop, Julia will discuss developing concepts using both form and surface to help develop ideas in artwork.
Costs: For those enrolled in a Spring 2019 class and Harvard Graduate Students: $150.00. For those not enrolled in a Spring 2019 class $275.00. Free for Harvard Undergraduates.
Julia Galloway is a utilitarian potter and professor. She teaches ceramics at the University of Montana, Missoula. Julia has exhibited across the United States, Canada, and Asia and her work is included in the collections of the Renwick Gallery, Smithsonian Museum, Washington DC, Long Beach Art Museum, Long Beach CA, the Ceramics Research Center at the Arizona State Art Museum, Alfred Ceramics Art Museum at Alfred University, the Dinnerware Museum in Ann Arbor Michigan and The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Julia Galloway grew up in Boston, and started making pottery with Mr. Ed Lane at Brookline High School in 1982 and took after school ceramics classes at the Brookline Arts Center. During college she came back to Boston during the summers and worked at the Ceramics Program, then called the Radcliffe Pottery Studio. In 1991, Julia was a postbaccalaureate student at Massachusetts College of Art & Design before moving out west.