Workshop Spotlight: Del Harrow and Digitally Fabricated Molds

April 17, 2019

Posted In: Anderson Ranch General, Blog, Ceramics, CNC Router and Digital Fabrication, Contemporary art, Interview, Workshops

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This week we sat down with Del Harrow to talk about his upcoming workshop Digitally Fabricated Molds happening June 3 – 14 here at Anderson Ranch.

As ceramic artists, the technology we use is a language. Our ideas and creative voices are expressed through tools, techniques and materials, which are both consistent and also continually evolving. In this workshop, we explore the theoretical context, practical applications, and poetic potential of digital technology integration into the languages of ceramic form. To learn more, visit the workshop page:

Del Harrow teaches ceramics and sculpture at Colorado State University. His work has been exhibited recently at the Milwaukee Art Museum, the Denver Art Museum, the Arizona State University Art Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Haw Contemporary in Kansas City, MO and Harvey/Meadows Gallery in Aspen. Del received his MFA from Alfred University.

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