Audrey An’s creative research revolves around the notion of “convergence”—cultural, technological, and interdisciplinary. She received her BFA from Alfred University, an MFA from Penn State University, and was a post-baccalaureate student at Colorado State University. She is currently an artist-in-residence at the ceramics program, Office for the Arts at Harvard.
Audrey's Upcoming Workshops
Students are new to ceramics and have no formal training.
Aug 5 - 16, 2024
9AM - 5PM
Clay, Hand and Machine: Computer-Aided Clay Processes
This workshop explores computer-aided clay design and fundamental plaster mold making. Thinking about hand-machine collaboration, the workshop introduces various methods to generate digital models that become clay objects or custom tools that enhance studio practice. Students gain basic proficiency in Rhinoceros 3D and learn how to use handheld scanners to create and modify forms in Blender 3D. Digital designs can become paper stencils for slab building, cast from plastic 3D prints, or directly printed in clay using the 3D PotterBot.