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About the Workshop


This class is about hand-building objects from simple to more complex forms. More basic functional vessels to more involved, richly painted forms- like stacked Dutch tulip vases will be considered, as well as the work of ceramic sculptors, who, like Peter Voulkos, pushed the industrial and domestic uses for clay into the realm of art. We will look
at the rich history of ceramics and how ceramic objects from many parts of the world are made, using any, and all methods of hand building, including slab, coil, and the potter’s wheel. Students will be encouraged to stretch their abilities, build on innate tendencies, and respond to their own work by taking risks and challenging themselves.  This class is open to beginners as well as people with lots of experience.

About Ann Agee

Ann Agee received her BFA from The Cooper Union School of Art and her
MFA in painting from the Yale School of Art. She began using clay at Greenwich House Pottery and has taught hand-building there as well as Hunter College and Princeton University. She currently teaches at Pratt. She is the recipient of numerous awards including the Anonymous Was A Woman Award, The Tiffany Foundation Award, and The Guggenheim Fellowship. Last year her voice was included in the Metropolitan Museum’s online program, The Artist Project.http://www.annageestudio.com/


July 16-22, 2017

We're sorry, but this class is no longer available.


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