Embark on a journey designed to expand the scope of your clay knowledge and develop a critical eye regarding a rigorous studio practice. This workshop is for advanced potters, sculptors and ceramists who are interested in an advanced studio experience. The workshop includes studio work, discussions and critiques.
Students work with stoneware clays and glazes in oxidation firings. Time is also spent discussing strategies for clays and glazes with instructors.
Engage in an interactive, hands-on setting comprised of formal demonstration, slideshows, group and individual discussions. Each student works with the faculty to establish a path and direction he or she would like to pursue.
Doug Casebeer has been the Artistic Director of Ceramics at Anderson Ranch Arts Center for more than 34 years. He received his MFA from Alfred University, followed by several years working for the United Nations in Jamaica. Doug is a member of the International Academy of Ceramics and travels worldwide to teach, lecture and exhibit his artwork. Doug is also Artist in Residence at the University of Oklahoma.
Giselle Hicks, former Studio Coordinator of Ceramics at Anderson Ranch Arts Center, currently maintains her studio practice and lives in Helena, MT. She received her MFA from Alfred University in New York. Her work has been exhibited at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, the John Michael Kohler Art Center, the Bellevue Art Museum and the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design.