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Lesson Plans

Architectural Ceramics seminar in Boston

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Robert Wilt (rjwilt)
Tue, 21 Sep 1999 15:17:52 -0400

For those of you who live somewhere near Boston and might be interested
in learning to make ceramic murals, mosaics, or other types of outdoor
artwork... there are still some spaces left in this class.

(For more information, call the studio at 617/495-8680, or contact
Nancy Selvage <selvage>.)

Learn how to Make and Install Ceramic Murals!
Architectural Ceramics Studio-Seminar
offered at Radcliffe Ceramics Studio
Boston, MA
Open to artists, instructors, and designers working in various fields,
this seminar integrates the development of individual projects with
demonstrations, design critiques, site visits, slide lectures, and
readings on historical and contemporary architectural ceramics.
Participants are presented with a variety of opportunities to develop
their skills as designers and artists who can work effectively with
architects and clients to create ceramic sculpture and tile
installations in public and private settings. Presentations by
artists, architects, historians, and fellow studio participants
expose students to a rich variety of sensibilities and approaches
to creative brainstorming, design, fabrication, and installation.
Students are expected to develop projects for specific sites and
clients and to give two presentations during each term.

Gail Boyajian and Wasma'a Chorbachi, instructors
Fridays, 9:30 am to 12:30 pm, Oct. 1 to Dec. 10, Jan. 7 to 21

Jeanee Redmond and Nancy Selvage, instructors
Fridays, 9:30 am to 12:30 pm, Feb. 11 to May 12

Tuition for each term: $710 graduate credit; $610 noncredit

Gail Boyajian, MArch, Massachusetts Institute of Technology;
architect, painter, tilemaker; fellow, New England Foundation
for the Arts.

Wasma'a Chorbachi, PhD, Harvard University; artist, designer,
art historian.

Jeanee Redmond, MFA, Clemson University; artist specializing
in private and public commissions; fellow, New England
Foundation for the Arts; former instructor, Boston Museum
School, East Carolina University.

Nancy Selvage, MFA, Boston Museum School-Tufts University;
director of the Radcliffe Ceramics Program; former instructor,
Boston Museum School, Rhode Island School of Design, Ewha
University; fellow, Massachusetts Artists Foundation.