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26Feb
Ceramic Sculpture: Expressive Vessels, Forms, and Environments, 6-Week Series
10:00 AM - 11:59 PM DECORDOVA MUSEUM
Date: February 26, 2020 to February 26, 2020
Where: DECORDOVA MUSEUM, 51 Sandy Pond Road, Lincoln, Massachusetts, United States, 01773
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Event Type: Family, Sports & Recreation
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Ceramic Sculpture Workshop: Expressive Vessels, Forms, and Environments
Wednesdays, February 26-April 1 (six weeks), 10 am-1 pm (plus optional studio time 1-5 pm)

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A novel approach to working with clay and ceramics beyond classic pottery. This is a ceramic sculpture course for the unrealized or developing artist, homeowner, or design aficionado looking to enhance indoor or outdoor spaces with one's own ceramic installations or art, or anyone striving for an ideal in sculptural expression through one-of-a-kind vessels and sculpture.

Throught this workshop, techniques for building with clay, and thematic analysis of decoration will be explored, drawing inspiration from deCordova's concurrent exhibition All the Marvelous Surfaces.


Workshop includes:

  • Three weekly hours of demonstration and instruction in developing ceramic sculpture techniques and meeting technical challenges from 10 am-1 pm.
  • Four weekly hours of optional open studio time for participants to focus on building their projects and receiving additional support from the instructor from 1-5 pm.
  • Individual guidance with personally-designed projects.
  • Introduction to new spring art installations in deCordova's 30-acre Sculpture Park and indoor galleries for inspiration.
  • Discussion of relevant art and ceramics history and concepts.
  • Related presentations on ceramic art and spatial design, color, and painterly techniques in ceramics, and alternative approaches and concepts to ceramics and ceramic "art" in the environment.
  • Discussion of the siting and context for outdoor ceramic sculpture.

Tools for building your work are provided. Participants are invited to bring their own hand tools as desired.

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