CERAMICS IN THE ENVIRONMENT
Friday, May. 29, 2015 – Saturday, Aug. 29, 2015
Over two semesters, students in the MFAH Glassell School of Art’s “Special Topics: Ceramics in the Environment” course investigated the concepts of installation, time-based works, and site specificity, while working in clay media.
The students worked within the parameters of HCCC’s Craft Garden for the creation of their own site-specific installations, taking into consideration the changing landscape of the garden over the course of the summer and the relationship of clay to the natural environment. The project culminated in this outdoor exhibition at HCCC.
Featured artists include Mary Aldrich, Loes Berendschot, Nell Gottlieb, Renee LeBlanc, Michelle Matthews, Kimberly Millspaugh, Polly Ruhlman, Anne Steacy, and Wouter Van Der Tol.
About the Exhibition
Friday, May 29, 5:30-8 pm
The evening will also feature the opening of Course of Action: 50 Years of Jewelry and Enamel at the Glassell School of Art in the Artist Hall, and open studios by HCCC’s current resident artists.
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Sunday, Noon - 5:00 pm
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