Gulf Coast State College Amelia Center Gallery is hosting a juried exhibition that explores the idea of the drinking vessel.

exhibition will focus on the function and concept of the drinking
vessel; including its relation to history, politics, craft, technology,
utility, and narrative. The goal is to offer a survey of the wide array
of approaches to contemporary ceramics through the lens of the most
intimate and accessible vessel, the cup.

Juror Chandra
DeBuse is a studio potter and educator in Kansas City, MO.  She
received a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and studied ceramics at the
University of Nebraska-Lincoln before receiving her MFA from the
University of Florida in 2010. Chandra completed artist residencies at
the Armory Art Center (FL), Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts (TN) Red
Lodge Clay Center (MT), and Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts
(ME).  In 2012, Chandra was recognized as an emerging artist through
NCECA and Ceramics Monthly magazine.  She has exhibited her functional
pottery at Northern Clay Center (MN), SOFA-Chicago, AKAR (IA), Blue
Spiral 1 (NC), The Clay Studio (PA), The John Michael Kohler Arts Center
(WI) and The Craft in America Study Center (CA). Chandra has lectured,
taught classes and led workshops at Arrowmont, Baltimore Clayworks (MD),
Red Star Studios (MO), St. Pete Clay Company (FL), and Gulf Coast State
College (FL), including a study abroad course at the Skopelos
Foundation for the Arts, Greece.

Exhibition Dates: November 24 – December18, 2014
Application Deadline: October 23, 2014

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