NW Potters Interpret Their World
Creating work for the 2018 Ceramic Showcase Installation
Led by Chris Baskin, Artist, Educator, and Clay in Education Director for OPA
This workshop will be creating objects to build 12” and 23” tall ceramic based sculptures to be exhibited and sold at OPA Ceramic Showcase April 27th - 29th. All Sculptures will be built around a general theme of Pacific North Westerner’s Interpret Their Worlds, and each sculpture will have a more specific idea, or guiding title such as Ocean Life, Tallest Trees of, Volcanic Mountains of the PNW, Sea Creatures from…, Rock Formations on the
Coast of …. So bring ideas of a series of objects or a theme that can relate in some way to the identity of living in the the Pacific Northwest in 2018.
Pieces will be introduced, conceived, informed, and begun at the workshop. They will need more attention as they dry in the days following and will be fired, finished and assembled before the Ceramic Showcase exhibition in April. The finishing and firing can be completed at the Lincoln City Cultural Center or East Creek Anagama, or in your home kiln!
Date: February 17th, Saturday
Times: Arrival & start time at 10:00 am end time: at 4 pm
Workshop Size limit: 12
RSVP: by clicking on the register button on the left and filling out the form.
BYOF: Bring your own food for lunch, or bring a small potluck item to share.
Questions: Contact Chris Baskin or Kimberly Ota
If you get a chance please share your experience at the workshop on the following page: OPA Hokkaido Exhibit & "Peace Poles"