John Gill and In-Chin Lee present Four Week Intensive Studio June 29 - July 24, 2015
This workshop is intended for students and seasoned learners looking for an intensive ceramic art experience, whether to prepare for graduate school or to have an opportunity to reconnect with their studio practice. This workshop integrates exploration of a broad range of ceramic techniques. Participants are provided with individual workspaces, allowing for independent work, with daily input from John Gill, returning visiting artist Inchin Lee, and graduate teaching assistants.
Dr. William Carty presents Ceramic Science for the Artist July 10 - 11, 2015
This short course is an introduction to the science and technology of ceramic bodies and glazes. This course is intended for artists to understand some of the underlying chemistry. The goal is to develop tools to predict the behavior of materials to solve problems in the studio. Starting with the basic premise that most “firing defects” are rooted in the making process, this class will demystify the science behind ceramics. Participants are encouraged to bring examples of defects or problems for discussion.
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