EVENTS

NARRATIVE VESSELS: TELLING STORIES THROUGH LAYERED IMAGES¬

Hollie Lyko, Gun Control, (No One's Listening), 2019. Dremel-erased vintage praying hands plates, circa 1976. Courtesy of the artist and Ferrin Contemporary.

NARRATIVE VESSELS: TELLING STORIES THROUGH LAYERED IMAGES

January 23, 2022 - February 13, 2022
11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

VIRGINIA MOCA

Instructor: Anna Freeman


Memories and storytelling go hand in hand. Layer personally symbolic imagery using ceramic printmaking techniques to create a narrative vessel and examine how Shaping Memories: Expressions in Clay artists Ehren Tool and Hollie Lyko use layers to obscure and reveal their own recollections.


Members $75, Nonmembers $90

Sunday, January 23, 11:00 AM–3:00 PM (students bring packed lunch)

Sunday, February 13, 1:00–3:00 PM

2 sessions; Beginner to Intermediate

Members: $75
Non-Members: $90
EXHIBITION

SHAPING MEMORIES: Expressions in Clay

MAIN GALLERY

The power of memory is immeasurable. Individual recollections are the building blocks of our sense of self, while collective memories help define our culture. In this exhibition, six artists use clay to explore formative moments in their lives as well as stories passed down through generations, inviting viewers to consider both the uniqueness of every individual and our shared identities.

NOVEMBER 27, 2021 - MARCH 6, 2022

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