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Art in Clay Weekend: Oct 17 – 18

Saturday, October 17th
3 PM – Ragnar Naess will talk about his teacher Marguerite Wildenhain, who was instrumental in getting a clay apprenticeship program as part of the Bauhaus curriculum.  
4:15 PM – Joseph Paulshel’s clay demonatration.
Artist Statement:
“… I am interested in identity translation; specifically how discarded memory is managed, collected and reinterpreted…”
Sunday, October 18th
2 PM – Don Fletcher and John Mosler, artists who worked as studio managers for and studied under Toshiko Takaezo, will show samples of her work and discuss how she influenced them.  
3:30 – Tanya Robinson’s clay demonstration
Artist Statement:
“… As a ceramic sculptor, I constantly search for new approaches to address subjects of fertility, beauty and life in my sculptures…”


3rd Annual National Juried Ceramic Sculpture Exhibit Call for Entries

October 3rd – October 25th, 2015

Origins  invites you to risk stepping outside of what is expected of works in clay.  It evokes visions that are traditional, experimental, and everything in between.

Juror: Judith Schwartz – Associate Professor in the Department of Art and Art Professors at New York University, where she directs the Sculpture Craft Media area and teaches courses in ceramic art. She publishes in both national and international journals, and has curated numerous exhibitions including Confrontational Clay, which was on national tour through 2002.

“Clay may start out soft,” says Judith Schwartz, “but in the right hands it can deliver a hard blow.” She wants people to think of clay as more than ceramics with functional vessels or charming knick-knacks.

Click here for the full prospectus

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