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art on the meadow - ceramics workshop

Date:
8/5/2020
Time:
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location:
Organization: Ox Bow
Venue: Ox-Bow Campus
3435 Rupprecht Way Saugatuck, MI 49453
Pricing:
$190
Description:
6:00PM - 9:00PM. Ox-Bow School of Art. Students will create ceramic vessels that are intended to hold flowers. Over four workshop meetings, students will form an understanding of hand- and coil-building with clay while investigating physical and emotional connections through its malleable characteristics. A global survey of the ceramic vessel from antiquity through contemporary practices will provide contextual background for our stunning vessels. All clay will be provided. Forming the Vessel: Ceramics from Antiquity To 2020 runs for four evening on July 15, 22, 29, and August 5 from 6-9PM, taught by Dove Drury Hornbuckle, and costs $190. Art on the Meadow is a unique program, providing an intergenerational space for students to come together in the inspiring natural environment at Ox-Bow for half day, one day, or short term multi-day classes. Our workshops are geared toward teen and adult makers of all experience levels, age 13 and up. Art on the Meadow workshops offer participants an opportunity to connect traditional art and craft processes with contemporary ideas and approaches to artmaking. We strive for our workshops to be imaginatively challenging and logistically accessible for our West Michigan neighbors. Come jump into Ox-Bow’s creative community (and maybe even into our beautiful lagoon)!

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