Artist’s talk: “Family, Race and Culture: Artistic Influences,” Beth Lo, Professor of Art, University of Montana
Date: Monday, October 5th, 2009
Time: 7:30 pm
Where: Carleton College
Carleton College is a small, private liberal arts college in the historic river town of Northfield, Minnesota.
Also make sure to check out In Between running September 18 – October 17, 2009 @the Carleton College Art Gallery
“In Between, the Art Gallery’s exhibition, pairs Kelly Connole with Beth Lo – Connole’s college ceramics teacher. Beth Lo explores her Chinese American heritage through installations of ceramic figures and recently, children’s books. Lo creates clay “kids” who embody both American and Asian stereotypes, and also reference the rich history of Asian ceramics. Lo, who is Professor of Art at the University of Montana, lists myriad sources of inspiration. “I enjoy investigating, celebrating and sometimes satirizing traditional Asian aesthetics, including calligraphy, origami, scrolls, Socialist Realist artwork, Chinese souvenirs and toys, the game of mahjong, as well as Ming and Tang dynasty ceramics.”
Check out more works from the exhibition online here.
Deadline: November 30
Celebrating Passion – One of a Kind Awards for Excellence Do you want to make a living doing what you love? Are you a recent graduate of an arts or crafts program? For 35 years, the One of a Kind Show has been helping artists and craftspeople from across the country to make a living out of their passions. We know it can be challenging to do, especially in the early stages of your career. And we want to do more to help!
There are five award categories:
-The One of a Kind Award for Excellence in Craft (Eastern Canada)
-The One of a Kind Award for Excellence in Craft (Western Canada)
-The One of a Kind Award for Excellence in Ceramics
-The One of a Kind Award for Excellence in Glass
-The One of a Kind Award for Excellence in Textiles
For more details on the awards and application process, go to www.oneofakindshow.com/xmas09/?m=6
On exhibition until 2009-10-11 catch the 2nd Lillstreet International
To view online or purchase works check out their website
“Humorous, slightly irreverent, and yes, iconoclastic, Russell Wrankel’s ceramic sculpture offers a wonderful diversion from our current occupation with politics, the economy, and other serious aspects of our daily lives.”Opening First Friday October 2 2009 6-9pm Gallery reception with the artist.Check out Plinth Gallery here, Russell’s blog here and his website here.
Wow i’m feeling so far behind on some of these posts today, sorry for the lack of warning on the upcoming deadlines. Sometimes I find things last minute and I figure you’d rather get them late than never!
Deadline for applications September 30
Red Deer College is currently accepting applications to instruct during SERIES: Summer School of the Arts 2010. SERIES is a summer art program at RDC featuring week-long courses in a wide range of media, including glass-blowing, wood-carving, printmaking, drawing, painting, jewellery, fibre art, ceramics, metalsmithing, glass bead making, and more! Courses are available to adults, in a range of skill levels from beginner to advanced.
RDC recently opened the doors to our brand new, state-of-the-art facilities in Painting, Ceramics, and Sculpture that have more than doubled our space in Visual Art. The program has been running for almost 30 years and continues to grow and change each year, attracting internationally renowned instructors from across the globe. This year we were delighted to welcome instructors from across Canada and the US, England, Ireland, and New Zealand.
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