missy mccormick on fri 17 sep 99
> WORKSHOP PRESENTED BY REBECCA HARVEY SEPTEMBER 23RD & 24TH 1999 WILL BE
> HELD AT THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA CERAMICS DEPARTMENT.
> EVENING SLIDE LECTURE BY REBECCA HARVEY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 24TH, 7:30PM,
> IN ROOM 120 FAC. ALL EVENTS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
> The Florida Potters' Guild is presenting a workshop by nationally known
> ceramic artist Rebecca C. Harvey Thursday September 23rd and Friday
> September 24th. Rebecca will be doing demonstrations on her forming
> techniques Thursday the 23rd from 9AM-noon and 1-4PM. On Friday the
> 24th she will be demonstrating her mold making and glazing techniques
> from 9AM-noon. All demonstrations take place in the Ceramics Department
> at The University of Florida, Fine Arts Building C, Room B14. Fine Arts
> Building C is located on Inner Road just off 13th Street (Hwy. 441) in
> Gainesville. For more information please call (352) 392-0201 ext. 232.
> Rebecca Harvey's workshop will focus on her forms which are constructed
> in a white semi-translucent cone 6 clay body. The artist divides and
> combines pre-established parts. She is particularly interested in the
> way glaze relates to form, working towards a complexity of surface,
> playing against the transmission of light.
> Rebecca Harvey is currently Assistant Professor of Ceramics at Ohio
> State University. She received a BFA in ceramics with honors from The
> University of the Arts in 1991, and a MFA from Cranbrook Academy in
> 1993. Rebecca Harvey has taught numerous workshops, was a presenter at
> NCECA in 1999 and has exhibited nationally.
> The Florida Potters' Guild is an organization run by graduate and
> undergraduate students in the Ceramics Department in the School of Art &
> Art History at The University of Florida. The organization contributes
> to the education provided in the ceramics department by sponsoring
> workshops, providing scholarship funds for students to attend
> professional conferences, and purchasing studio equipment. The
> organization is funded through ceramic sales and assistance from
> University student government. Most Florida Potters Guild activities
> and events are open to the greater artistic community.