Join us for an in depth look into these artist’s studio practice via Zoom. We’ll be discussing the ideas, techniques, and materials that propel these artists’ work forward. Our past workshop schedule includes Wes Brown, Shikha Joshi, Mike Cinelli, Chanakarn Semachai, Tim Kowalczyk, Samantha Momeyer, Malcolm Mobutu Smith, Osa Atoe, Ian Childers, Jen Allen, Mark Arnold, Megan Winter, Eric Botbyl, Sam Lopez, Matt Shiemann, Lakyn Bowman, Andrew Clark, and more coming soon!
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Our virtual workshops take place using Zoom (downloadable HERE) which is a free application available on computers or phones. Participants will watch the artist demonstrate live and have the ability to ask questions. We will ask everyone to mute their audio and turn off the video feature during the demonstration but the moderator will relay questions asked through the text chat in Zoom. There will also be ample time to unmute and dialogue with the artist during the workshop.
- Each workshop will last 2 hours.
- Artists will provide material list and recipes from the demonstration
- Replays will be available for 30 days after the workshop if participants miss the live demonstration or need a second viewing.
- Live Q and A with artist
After purchasing you will receive an email confirming purchase. This email will include the link to watch the workshop. Then another email reminder and link will be sent out the day before the event. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions or issues with receiving the link to the workshop.
*Please purchase with the email that you use! This is the email that we will be sending out the links and info for the workshop!*
For those in our clay family who self identify as marginalized or underrepresented, please use EQUAL at check out to receive a discount.
Live workshops include a 2 hour demonstration with the artist and a live Q and A. Participants will have access to the workshop recording for 30 days after the event and a resource list from the artist will be included.
Past workshop recordings offer 30 day access to the video. Workshops are roughly 2 hours long and include demonstrations, Q and A from the live event, and a Resource List from the artist.