I am pleased to be returning to the awesome 2500 sq. ft. David Drake Studio at the Bascom Visual Arts Center in Highlands, NC for a 3 day demo workshop.
Traditional Techniques & Contemporary Practice: Pottery Pattern with Stamped & Painted Imagery
In this 3 day workshop I will demonstrate my surface design methods of stamped and carved inlay as well as hand painted patterns in wax resist. I will throw a variety of his forms and discuss my array of surface strategies. Participants will gain insights from the demonstrations into how they may use traditional techniques to form their contemporary work.
During the workshop participants will be lead through a couple of brief break-out hands-on exercises.
Tuition: $300 Bascom Members, $350 for Non Members
Register today at the Bascom web site and get information about their ongoing programming!
In this intimate hands on workshop (limited to 11 students) we will explore the relationship between your pottery forms and their finished surface using slips glazes with brushwork. Workshop information will be available soon at the John C Campbell Folk School web site.
Join Michael for an intensive 3 day hands on workshop at Jackie Sedlock Pottery, in Pownal, VT. Details are still being worked out and registration isn’t officially opened, but I’m super stoked to be visting New England during this especially beautiful time of the year.
Send a message to Jackie to tell her you are interested and get on the list.
PENLAND SCHOOL OF CRAFT
is an international center for craft education dedicated to helping people live creative lives. Located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, Penland offers one-, two-, and eight-week workshops in books, paper, clay, drawing, glass, iron, metals, photography, printmaking, letterpress, textiles, and wood. The school also offers artists’ residencies, local programs, and a gallery and information center.
Join The Village Potters and Michael Kline for this 1-day, demonstration workshop. Michael will present a variety of throwing demos and surface design techniques. These include forms such as mugs, yunomis, plates, bowls, and pitchers. Some of the surface design demonstrations will include brushwork, wax resist, Korean slip inlay techniques, and more.
Fee: $195 (20% off for The Village Potters students, must register by phone)
Register ONLINE at the Village Potters of Asheville website, here