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Halloween Glass Workshops:
with Amy Flesher

October 28, 2017
10:00 – 12:00 OR 1:30 – 3:30

Join Amy Flesher for a fun Halloween themed glass workshop. If you’re not familiar with Amy’s work check it out HERE.   You’ll get two 4” square glass tiles to work on which can be made into coasters, sun catchers, or cut to make jewelry- your choice! Amy will provide some of her very own Halloween themed stencils and show you how to do powder stenciling and craft punched foil inclusions. We’ll have them fired and ready to pick up before Halloween!  $40 per person.   Limited seating available.  Call ahead to register, or REGISTER ONLINE HERE.

Bill Wilkey

Rough & Refined:  a focused look at attentive pots

Slide Lecture: Nov. 7th, time TBD, Free and open to the public

Workshop: Nov. 8th, 9 – 5

Who likes Wednesdays anyway?  Take a sick day and join us for this hump day workshop with celebrated artist Bill Wilkey!

Bill will demonstrate throwing and altering pottery while creating divided and textured surfaces in a way that highlights the geometry of the pot.  Topics include wheel throwing, handbuilding, lids, handles, rasping, and texturing.  See more of Bill’s work HERE.

 

REGISTER ONLINE HERE

Bill Wilkey is a current artist in residence and visiting faculty at Indiana University Southeast. He received his MFA from the University of Missouri-Columbia, and BFA from East Tennessee State University in Johnson City, Tennessee. Wilkey has also had the opportunity to learn with the craft school experience, which has taken him to places like Penland School of Crafts in Western North Carolina and Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, on the coast of Maine where he was able to assist other makers. Wilkey has actively exhibited nationally. This includes three consecutive Nationally Juried Student Exhibitions in conjunction with the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts conference (NCECA) in Seattle, Houston, and Milwaukee. He has recently been featured in Ceramics Monthly as a 2014 Emerging Artist, as well as the cover article for November/December issue of Pottery Making Illustrated . He has also received the Lincoln and Lillstreet Fellowships as a long-term resident at the Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts in Helena, Montana.
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