September 24 – October 23, 2016 Exhibit (Building W-16-1st floor)
October 21-Reception and Artist Talk-7pm-9pm (Building W-8)
October 22-23, 2016 Workshop 10am-4pm(Building W-8)
In this workshop we will explore shapes that work in a wood firing—pots that catch ash and deflect flame. We’ll throw and alter tea bowls and bottles and throw larger forms in sections. Participants are asked to bring a pot that inspires them (or a picture of one), and a poem to share during tea.
Workshop participants should also plan to participate in group discussions, bring a bag lunch, and a sketchbook. Students will be contacted when pots made are bisque fired and ready for pick-up.
Please see below prospectus and Call for Entry for the Workhouse Clay International 2016. We are opening up this coming year's exhibit to Canadian artists. Our 2016 Juror will be Jack Troy. Online application process at www.juriedartservices.com Entry fee is $30(US) for US and Canadian Artists.