Weekend Two (2-day): July 4-5, 2020. Classes run 9 am – 4 pm daily and students are welcome to stay late in their studio.
This workshop will focus on explorations of special places, using the house as a starting point. Students will watch Susan create one of her unique houses and then make their own house or structure. They will also apply low fire glaze and underglaze to the greenware to prepare for sawdust firing or another firing method of their choice. The primitive fire options for these pieces will be discussed so that students can experiment at home. Enjoy Susan’s fun relaxed teaching style as she encourages all to share ideas and techniques.
PLEASE NOTE: Work made in this class will not be fired at MISSA, but Susan will discuss firing options for students after they return home.
Susan received her BA in Arts, Crafts and their History from UC Santa Cruz, California in 1976 and attended the Sun Valley Centre, Idaho in Ceramics. In 1978-80, she attended the Banff Centre, Alberta, as a student and a technician. Her primitive fired sculpture has been exhibited in numerous cities across Canada, USA, Scotland, Korea and Taiwan. In 2001 Susan spent 6 weeks as an Artist in Residence at the Museum of Ancient Culture in Kilmartin Scotland. She resides in Princeton, BC.
Course Registration will open for Friends of MISSA on January 21st at 12:00pm (PST), and Registration will open for all on January 28th at 12:00pm (PST)