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upcoming

code : craft at dowstudio
Jun
2
to Oct 15

code : craft at dowstudio

My next round of pieces will be shipping off to Deer Isle, Maine, for dowstudio's season from June 2nd through mid-October.  Please go visit the gallery if you are headed to Haystack this summer!

dowstudiodeerisle.com

​dow road
deer isle ME 04627

contact them  at: dowstudio@gmail.com

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A Refined Palette:   Nourishing a Unique Approach to Color in the Ceramic Process
Jul
23
to Aug 3

A Refined Palette: Nourishing a Unique Approach to Color in the Ceramic Process

Spend two weeks immersed in the ceramics studio and engage with the raw materials of clay and glazes to craft a more confident approach to color in your art work and in your classroom. In this studio intensive workshop, participants will learn to develop intentional color and surface through the manipulation of ceramic materials as well as commercial clays and glazes. Our two guest artists, Birdie Boone and Lindsay Rogers, will each share insights on creating expressive utilitarian work with an intentional color palette. This workshop is offered through Kutztown University and is available as a workshop only, or as ACT 48 credits for Pennsylvania educators.

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Butter
Apr
6
to Aug 25

Butter

The International Museum of Dinnerware Design is the only museum in the world devoted to the subject of dinnerware, international in scope, no material limitations, including functional ware, ancient to futuristic, and fine art referencing dinnerware. The intention of this exhibition is to showcase the best in contemporary dinnerware as it relates to the theme Butter, either functional butter dishes, butter pats, drawn butter servers, butter knives, or related butter paraphernalia, or a sculptural work relating to butter no larger than 18” in all dimensions, as created by artists in all media from the United States and Canada. 

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GrowlerFest
Mar
16
6:00 PM18:00

GrowlerFest

GrowlerFest is an exhibition featuring growlers, jugs, and other containers used for storing or serving fermented beverages.  There will be a beer tasing and fundraising event, with proceeds to benefit the Brew House Association's artist residency and arts programming.

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Supermud/Futuremud
Mar
14
to Mar 18

Supermud/Futuremud

Supermud/Futuremud is an exhibition of work made by alumni of The Pennsylvania State University's program in Ceramics.  It will be on display during the time of NCECA in Pittsburgh, 2018:  March 14th to the 18th.

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Critical Function
Mar
8
to Mar 28

Critical Function

Critical Function is an exhibition that highlights 40 exceptional functional artists selected by internationally acclaimed critics and curators Gail M. Brown, Janet Kaplos, Paul Mathieu, and Anthony Merino.  

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in the mix:  sculptural approaches to function
Oct
22
10:00 AM10:00

in the mix:  sculptural approaches to function

Workshop at The Clay Studio of Philadelphia

During this workshop, gwendolyn yoppolo will reflect upon life as a thoughtful maker of contemporary objects that engage with sensual experience and personal relationships within food culture.  In the design and production of forms, yoppolo uses a mix of throwing, pinching, coil building, solid prototype building and molding.  As she discusses the alignment of concept, material, process, and form in her work, she will share insights on how to choose the best technique for the job.

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zanesville prize for contemporary ceramics exhibit
Oct
7
to Nov 18

zanesville prize for contemporary ceramics exhibit

My Iced Infusion Pitcher Set was chosen by jurors as Best of the Functional Category at the Zanesville Prize Exhibition!  Two of my pieces will be on display during the exhibition at Seilers' Studio and Gallery, 129 South Seventh Street, Zanesville, OH  43701.  You can read more about the Zanesville Prize at http://zanesvilleprize.org/

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holding forth
Sep
1
to Sep 30

holding forth

Solo Exhibition in the Korman Gallery of The Clay Studio of Philadelphia

Making is a way for me to feel out the space carved by my gestures, and to outline that space with matter so I can offer it out to other bodies.  The material container created is only of necessity; it holds forth the space more than it insists on its own presence, ideally disappearing into the felt experience of the work. 

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