Visiting Artist, Chad Curtis "is an artist and technologist living and working in Philadelphia. Curtisʼs work, drawing inspiration from from both digital technology and homebrew DIY makers, examines the effects of high technology on the relationship between human beings and the natural environment" (taken from his website). He gave a lecture at the University on January 31, and his exhibit is running at the Downtown Gallery until February 23.
Work by ceramic graduate students Kevin Kao and Hannah Short will be featured in the upcoming exhibition "Orange: UTK in NYC," February 12-17 at White Box, 329 Broome Street, New York, NY.
Left: "Dinnertime2" by Kevin Kao
Right: "Folly" by Hannah Short
Jessica Kreutter's (MFA 2010) work has been selected for inclusion in this year's NCECA Project Space to be held in conjunction with the annual meeting of the National Council for Ceramic Arts, Houston, TX, March, 2013.
Source • Material: An Exhibition on Water and the Ceramic Cup, a show curated by Lindsay Rogers, is going on November 1 – December 31 in Bakersfield, NC at Crimson Laurel Gallery. Our very own Frank Martin...
The Ceramics program emphasizes the exploration of ideas while providing students with the facilities, materials and opportunities through which discovery may flourish. The program's mission is to encourage innovation and the development of independent artists or academic professionals.
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