We are so honored to announce that our upcoming juried group exhibition "Atmospheric" will be juried by none other than the incomparable Linda Christianson!
Linda is an independent studio potter who lives and works in rural Minnesota. Upon completing her education in 1977, she immediately set up a studio, built her first poorly designed wood kiln, and has been firing with wood ever since. Linda has taught at colleges and universities, and has received fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the McKnight Foundation. As a workshop and conference presenter, she works with people and kilns all over the world. One of her goals is to make a better cup each day.
“Atmospheric” is an upcoming juried group exhibition that celebrates ceramic forms and surfaces created all or in part by the atmosphere of the kiln in which they were fired. Atmospheric firing types include wood, reduction, raku, pit, and soda/salt firing. Open to both vessel-based and sculptural work, this exhibition will be on display May 4 to 26, 2018 in the Clay Center’s new gallery space in the ArtEgg Studios building.
Don't miss this chance to show Linda your work! Apply online by February 28th or download the prospectus for more information.