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fall workshops

updated fri 9 jul 99


Baltimore Clayworks on thu 8 jul 99

Check out Baltimore Claywork's Fall Workshops=21

(also...the fall semester of classes begins September 21. For a class =
call 410-578-1919 or visit our website =40 for an
update soon)

Drawing and Painting on Clay: A Workshop with AMACO=92s David Gamble

Saturday =26 Sunday, September 25 - 26, 10am - 5pm

This low-fire hands-on workshop is especially beneficial to K-12 Art =
and low-fire ceramists. An assortment of low-fire decoration products =
by American Art Clay Co., Inc.) will be explored using a variety of glazing =
hand-building techniques. Wet clay will be decorated with engobes, velvets =
underglazes. Bisque pieces will be used to experiment with underglaze =
crayons, glaze decorative colors for majolica, semi-moist sets and other =
of liquid underglazes. All materials are included. David Gamble earned his
Masters of Art Education in Sculpture from Edinboro University in =
and is the National Director of AMACO/BRENT professional Pottery and Art
Educational divisions. A working artist with a studio in Indianapolis, David=
conducted workshops throughout the US and Canada.

Fee: =24120 members=3B =24140 non-members

Innovative Handbuilding Techniques: A Workshop with Lana Wilson

Saturday =26 Sunday, October 16 - 17, 10am - 4pm

This dynamic hands-on workshop will feature the use of unusual construction
techniques to make simple or complex forms such as teapots, boxes with =
drawers, cups and vessels with a specific focus on handles. Lana will =
and discuss surface =22special effects=22 including many examples of low and=
temperature glazes and layered glazes. All materials are included. Lana =
is a ceramic artist and a teacher at Grossmont College in San Diego, CA. She
holds a BFA from California College of Arts and Crafts and a Masters from
Goddard College. Her work, featuring elaborate surface treatments and =
appendages has been exhibited at numerous galleries in the US and abroad. =
She is
renowned for her clay workshops and has taught at prestigious schools around=
nation. She is the author of Ceramics: Shape and Surface and has also =
written a
number of articles for Ceramics Monthly and Clay Times.

Fee: =24160 members: =24180 non-members

Clay Monoprinting: A Workshop with Mitch Lyons

Saturday =26 Sunday, October 23 - 24, 10am - 4pm

A workshop for clay artists, printmakers and painters. Making images from a =
of clay will be the focus of this workshop. After allowing a slab of clay to=
to leather hard, colored slips made with permanent pigments are brushed on,
dried and rolled into the clay, one color over another. With Lyons=92 =
participants will build their design with images, colors and textures. =
Canvas is
placed over the slab and the print is pulled. All materials are included. =
Lyons, from New London, PA, earned his MFA from Tyler School of Art. He=92s =
for his colored clay vessels and monoprints made from colored clay slabs. =
clay monoprints can be found in numerous private and public collections
throughout the U.S. He=92s taught at Moore College of Art, Rowan University,
Alfred University and University of Delaware. Presently he teaches at West
Chester University.

Fee: =24120 members: =24140 non-members

On the Wheel with Phil Rogers

Saturday =26 Sunday, November 13 - 14, 10am - 4pm

This hands-on workshop will focus on intermediate and advanced throwing and
altering techniques. Phil Rogers, a master potter from England, will share =
years of experience and teach his unique process of making pots. More
information to be announced.

Fee: =24160 members=3B =24180 non-members

A Look Ahead:

Narrative Handbuilding: A Workshop with Wesley Anderegg

Saturday =26 Sunday, January 15-16, 2000

A Week-Long Workshop with Malcolm Davis and Susan Filley

Saturday - Wednesday, January 22 - 26, 2000

A Duo Demonstration Workshop with Michael Simon =26 Sylvie Granatelli

Saturday =26 Sunday, March 4 - 5, 2000

Baltimore Clayworks is a not-for-profit ceramic art center located in the =
Washington neighborhood in northwest Baltimore. Founded in 1980, Clayworks =
housed in a renovated library, and offers classes, artists' spaces, =
and programs in the community. Hours are 10AM - 5 PM, Monday through =
For more information call Baltimore Clayworks at 410-578-1919 or visit our
website at