More Than Pots: Form and Meaning in Contemporary Ceramics
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From the time of the Renaissance, artists working in clay were designated as craftsmen, working more with their hands than their minds. Meanwhile, painters and sculptors were positioned as intellectual fine artists. Even today, this legacy remains, and many see the categorizations as problematic. Participants in this class will develop critical looking skills and an accompanying vocabulary focused on the relationship between form and surface, and will explore how ceramic artists engageView more
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