ceramics Archive

Call to Artists: Tea – Ceramics Exhibit at The Art League

The Art League invites all artists to enter the 2012 Tea – Ceramics Exhibit, taking place May 3–June 3 and juried by potter John Neely. Electronic submissions are due April 17. Artists are asked to celebrate the organic diversity of ceramic form while exploring “tea” as the functional muse. Artwork may be traditional, modern, Read more →

New Video Demos from The Art League School

With winter classes in full swing at The Art League School, instructors are once again opening up their classrooms and allowing us to take footage of them demonstrating their craft. Ceramics chair Blair Meerfeld showed us how to throw a pitcher on the potter’s wheel, and made it look easy: And jewelry instructor Abby Read more →

Upcoming Ceramics Workshop

Potter Simon Levin will be teaching a weekend workshop for The Art League, “Methods of Expression in Clay,” in January. We asked Simon about his ideas for the class and what we could expect. His answers are below. Class description: “Art is communication. Art explores an idea. This hands-on workshop employs a variety of exercises Read more →

Ceramics Workshop with Lorna Meaden

Ceramic artist and Art League School guest instructor Lorna Meaden fell ill last month and students were heartbroken when her workshop was canceled. But good things come to those who wait! The acclaimed potter is well once more and her class, entitled “Thrown, Altered and Decorated” is back on the school schedule. Starting May Read more →

Guest Artist Lorna Meaden in March Issue of Ceramics Monthly!

Read about Lorna Meaden, ceramicist and upcoming guest instructor at The Art League, in this month’s issue of Ceramics Monthly! Read more →

Winter Classes at the Art League School

Beat the winter doldrums with a class at the Art League! Registration is still open and on-going. Classes begin January 10 and continue through March 13. A few new classes (not in the printed catalog!): Intermediate Photography with Gregory Vershbow by Gregory Vershbow This course is for those familiar with their cameras, but would Read more →