Designing, Making and Finishing Clay Jewellery Workshop with Julie Moon Saturday, September 7
10:00 am to 5:00 pm Carnegie Gallery
Julie will take us through her process for designing her jewellery pieces. She will then create a piece from start to finish, including template and mold, then image transfer and glaze in bisqueware, stilting and finding finishes.
Workshop Fee $45.00 (Includes H.S.T.) This is a one-day, observation style workshop. Pot luck Lunch.
Artist Biography Julie Moon is a Toronto based ceramic artist. She received her BFA from the Ontario College of Art and Design in 2005 and completed her MFA at the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University in 2010. Prior to attending OCAD, Julie studied fashion and spent over a decade working in Toronto’s garment industry. Her love of ornament, pattern and the human figure have continuously inspired her creative practice.
Julie has participated in numerous residency programs, a few of which include The Ceramic Art Center in Berlin, Anderson Ranch Art Center, the Archie Bray Foundation and a long term residency at The Clay Studio in Philadelphia. She has exhibited her work across US and Canada, including Birch Contemporary in Toronto, MASS Gallery in Austin, TX, the Society for Contemporary Craft in Pittsburgh and the Northern Clay Center in Minneapolis, MN. She has also worked on several commercial projects and collaborations with Anthropologie and Union Design art consultants in Toronto.
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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 Ceramic Tours
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.