Intimate/Immediate Ceramics Exhibit Opening

Intimate/Immediate ceramics exhibit opened in the Sheridan Gallery to much interest and support from faculty and students, who spent the lunch hour marveling at the extensive range of ceramic art on display. Linda explained the exhibition as follows: “In this time of extraordinary speed and mass intimacy, potters, ceramic artists and designers offer to tell their stories slowly and by hand.The close attention that we pay to materials and to the elements keep us grounded in the natural world. We move fluidly, deftly between the earth and high technology.  A rush of flame is echoed by sparks of instant virtual connection.  This year’s exhibition expresses the vitality of making things in a contemporary, global context.  The work reaches out, like a text or a tweet, hopeful for human interaction.  Any doubts feel as light as air.” Among the more unique projects on display was a video projected onto four curved slip porcelain hangings by Hana… Read More