Workshops

The Potters' Guild of Hamilton presents:

Naomi Clement Workshop


February 8 and 9, 2020 

9:00 am to 4:00 pm

Stoney Creek Campus Mohawk College

Cost: $75:00 (HST included)

Payment:

Cheques payable to Potters` Guild of Hamilton can be given or mailed to: 

Sherry Dresser

38 Kennedy Road 

Simcoe ON  N3Y 5A6 

For e-transfers contact Sherry sdresser@eastlink.ca 

Description:

In this comprehensive two-day demonstration, I will show how I create my work from start to finish. I will start by demonstrating how I make my hand-built forms using textured slabs, bisque molds, and basic templates. A range of forms will be covered, from smaller cups and mugs, to more complex, multi-piece forms such as pitchers, baskets, and large serving pieces. I will then demonstrate how I decorate my work using coloured underglazes and slips at the leather hard stage, showing how I use simple paper resists to create pattern and achieve a layered surface. I will also discuss inspiration sources, and strategies for surface design. Questions will be encouraged! 

Biography 

Naomi Clement is a Canadian artist and educator who explores ideas of home and belonging through the powerful lens of functional ceramics. She received her MFA from Louisiana State University in 2017, and her B.F.A from the Nova Scotia College of Art & Design University in 2003. Naomi has participated in residencies, given lectures and workshops, and exhibited her work across Canada and the United States. She served as a board member for the National Council on the Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) and was named a 2017 Emerging Artist by Ceramics Monthly magazine. She was recently a Summer Artist-in-Residence at the Archie Bray Foundation in Helena, Montana.

Visit Naomi  www.naomiclement.com

Listen to Naomi on Tales of a Red Clay Rambler episode 301

www.talesofaredclayrambler.com/episodes/301-naomi-clement-on-how-finding-her-grandparents-love-letters-spurred-her-interest-in-cursive-text

For info contact Sherry sdresser@eastlink.ca


Haliburton School of Art + Design Summer Program is Now Open

For over 50 years we have been the premier choice in Ontario for summer courses in visual arts, craft, and performing arts. We have over 300 week-long courses and Saturday workshops for adults and kids, beginners and experts alike, taught by professional artists who join us from across the country.

So whether you are enrolling for the first time, or you come back every year, we have courses in a wide variety of media to suit your interests and skill level.

This year’s summer program features more than 50 new classes: Figurative Sculpture & Smoke Firing, Creativity – Expanding the Right Brain, Composition & Colour for Painting, Stagecraft – Creating a Scene, Macram√©, and Painting & Yoga, to name a few.

The Haliburton School of Art + Design is an incredible place to learn, grow, and create. We hope you can take some time this summer to enjoy a creative experience.

Courses are offered in Haliburton, Peterborough, Toronto, and Kleinburg. Class sizes are small – register today to ensure you get the course you want.

We still have seats available in many courses: To see our complete course listings, register for courses and check out our campus: hsad.ca

For more information on specific courses or accommodations: askus@hsad.ca 1-866-353-6464 ext.3

Accessible

Artwork: Darlene Bolahood and Charles Sylge for WHEW inc.
Wild Haliburton Elephant Weavers hand paint unique plush throws from the finest quality of kid mohair. Darlene is full time faculty at HSAD, and continues to develop her own work in fibres, painting, sculpture and mixed media in her studio.


In April 2020 I will be leading a 17 days small group ceramic tour to Morocco including a hands-on traditional ceramics workshop and I would very much appreciate if you could promote this tour to your members. 

In addition to the workshop, participants will enjoy a one day Berber cooking class as well as exploring Moroccan arts and ceramics in Fez, Safi and Meknes plus enjoy local food throughout.  A night in the desert amongst the Merzouga dunes under a thousand stars will be memorable and we will also visit Casablanca, Chefchouen and Marrakech.

The workshop will cater for all levels of experience and we also invite non-potting partners to join us.   I am limiting the workshop numbers to ensure that everyone can obtain full benefit.

If any of your members would like more details a pdf brochure can be downloaded from:

http://opulentjourneys.com.au/art_&_craft_tours/Morocco-Pottery-Tour/52/  or they can contact me personally via email as per below.  Priced from US $4,195, see website for more details.

Marian Howell

Marian Howell Ceramic Tours

marian.ceramic.tours@gmail.com

About your tour leader:

This tour will be led by the well-known Australian Ceramicist, Marian Howell, who will provide expert commentary on ceramics during the tour. Marian is a past president of the Australian Ceramics Association and former Head of Ceramics at the National Art School and The Ceramics Design Studio, Sydney.





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