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  1. For anyone who is interested, here is the curriculum plan for a ceramics BFA degree through New Hampshire Institute of Art. http://www.nhia.edu/~/media/files/catalog-info-brochures/nhia_curriculum_bfa-ceramics.pdf?la=en best, ........................john
  2. Yes, Clay Can Take You Around the World: Experiencing Korea and China Slide Presentation by John Baymore, NHIA Ceramics Faculty In this evening slide talk, ceramics department faculty member John Baymore will discuss his recent experiences in the Far East. In the first half, he will show images from the spring 2012 MunGyeong Chasabal (teabowl) Festival in South Korea, where John was an invited demonstrating artist and in which his work won the Silver Prize. The second half will cover his experiences as an invited lecturer at the Yixing Ceramics and Culture Festival in Yixing, People’s Republic of China in the spring of 2013, where he was awarded a Guest Professorship at the Wuxi Institute of Art and Technology. Watch for this Asian focused program to be continued early next semester with an additional presentation on John’s summer spent working in Japan in 2013. This FREE presentation is open to both the NHIA Community and the general public. There will be an opportunity after the presentation for informal discussion and to see some ceramic work John brought back from China and Korea. WHEN: Wednesday November 20th 6PM WHERE: NHIA Ceramics Department Lower Level, 77 Amherst St. Manchester, NH Parking available on the street or in the lot on Concord Street. JohnBaymore-KoreaChinaLecture2013flyer.pdf
  3. Jan McKeachie Workshop @ NHIA.pdfThe Ceramic Department at NHIA is proud to have acclaimed ceramic artist Jan McKeachie Johnston for a day-long workshop of demonstration and discussion of her innovative design and construction techniques…and we hope you will come. When: Monday, November 18 from 9am – 4pm Where: NHIA Ceramics Dept. Lower level 77 Amherst Street Manchester, NH for directions, email or call Chris Archer (carcher@nhia.edu or 603.836.2561) Cost: $50 for general public $25 for NHIA BFA Alumni FREE for NHIA BFA Students, faculty and staff To Reserve Your Seat: · NHIA students Faculty and Staff -- email Chris Archer at carcher@nhia.edu · For cash/check - please visit the NHIA Supply Store @ 77 Amherst St. · For checks by mail - please send to NHIA Ceramic Dept. @ the above address · For credit cards - please call the NHIA Supply Store @ 603.836.2510 Jan McKeachie Johnston studied at the University Of Minnesota, Southern Illinois University, and University Of Wisconsin at River Falls, and since 1979 has been very active in teaching workshops and demonstrations, and working in her Wisconsin studio. She has shown her work in numerous exhibitions around the country and is included in museum collections as well. Jan’s work is featured in a solo exhibition Relativity from Nov 16- Dec at the Lacoste Gallery in Concord, MA. (For more information, please visit www.lacostegallery.com) Hope to see you at the workshop!! Jan McKeachie Workshop @ NHIA.pdf
  4. Come "pick my brains" in the ceramics studio on Monday evenings this fall/early winter at New Hampshire Institute of Art in Manchester, NH. The Open Studio format I've been doing for many years is basically like having a group of people all individually doing "Independent Study" approaches. This community education class is open to non-matriculated undergraduate or graduate students. (This class is not suitable for beginning students.) Ceramics Open Studio This course is the perfect opportunity for intermediate to advanced level ceramists to work independently with John Baymore on-hand for guidance. Students will receive personal help on the wheel and in handbuilding, glazing, and firing. Prerequisite: Fundamentals of Wheelworking or Fundamentals of Handbuilding, their equivalent, or permission of instructor. Limit: 12 MCER004/B Mon, Sept. 23 – Dec. 16 7 – 9:50 pm / 12 Weeks Amherst Building 001 Tuition: $264 / Studio Fee: $25 New Hampshire Institute of Art http://www.nhia.edu/community-education-home
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