The Dairy Barn Arts Center alongside Ohio University’s Brad Schwieger is proud to present Contemporary Ceramics 2017.
Tuesday – Saturday 12 – 5pm
Sunday 1 – 5pm
Free admission on Wednesdays
EXHIBITING NORTHWEST ARTISTS
Work from over 30 ceramic artists from the Pacific Northwest will be available in the ClayFest Northwest Exhibition. Preview samples of their work and buy a ticket to the Salad Bowl to be the first to see (and buy!) the work in person.
Saturday, September 16 & Sunday, September 17 you can access the exhibition for free from 10am – 6pm.
This workshop will focus on hand building methods for creating figurative sculpture, specifically the human head and bust. We will approach the figure as an object for dialogue, allowing persona and narrative to emerge through the process of making. Students will learn a range of construction techniques such as coil, slab, and pinch. Demonstrations will deal with sculpting the hollow form from general to specific.
Tuition $275 ; Contact: email. firstname.lastname@example.org; Tel. 208.726.4484 web. http://bouldermtnclay.org/
"Girl" by Jacob Foran will be available in the silent auction during BAM's Artful Evening.
Save the Date for the 2017 Artful Evening auction gala, BAM's most fun, festive, and important fundraising event of the year. With over 500 community leaders and friends attending, Artful Evening is THE party of the summer, and helps fund world-class exhibitions and essential community programming throughout the year.
You'll sip on cocktails while perusing fabulous paintings, sculptures, and jewelry in the silent and live auctions, dine on a sumptuous meal, bring home works by artists and makers previously featured in BAM exhibitions, and enjoy the first chance to bid on works from ARTSfair artists in the silent auction. Everyone has the opportunity to support the arts during Raise the Paddle in the Live Auction by donating to directly to BAM!
Event tickets start at $325; retail value for Girl: $1,600
Web info: https://www.bellevuearts.org/programs-events/public-programs/artful-evening
OCT 6 - 29, 2016
Thursday, October 6th, 6 - 8pm
Gallery IMA is pleased to present Part II ofInvitational Ceramics exhibition, displaying the diverse works of nineteen artists, local, national, and international. In addition to those currently on display, such as Gunyoung Kim, Luke Armitstead, Sheryl Zacharia, and Kathleen Skeels, we will be featuring work from Patti Warashina, Sam Chung, Jaewon Lee, Jacob Foran, Deborah Schwartzkopf, and Kyungming Park.
123 South Jackson Street
Seattle, WA 98104
Tuesday - Saturday
10:30am - 5:30pm
Sun - Mon by appointment
Parkland College 50th: Art and Design Alumni Exhibition
Monday, September 26 - Saturday, November 5, 2016
Reception: Thursday, September 29, 5-7pm with live music by the Parkland Guitar Ensemble. Welcoming Remarks by President Tom Ramage at 6pm followed by a Gallery talk by Chris Berti and Joan Stolz
Additional Gallery Talk Thursday, October 27, 6pm
by Don Lake & Jack Ekstrom
Closing Reception: Saturday, November 5, noon - 2pm,
Gallery talk by juror Barry Blinderman at 1pm
Barry Blinderman is a curator of contemporary art, educator, and essayist. He is currently the director of University Galleries of Illinois State University, Normal.
Participating Artists include:
Jodi Adams, Jenny Barrett, Jason Bentley, Jess Beyler, Jennifer Bonilla-Edgington, Daniel Bornt, Taylor Braasch, Felicia Breen, Cindy Carlson, Marsha Daniels, Sabrina Donnelly, Kyle Dunn, Christopher Evans, Jeff Evans, Bob Fish, Jacob Foran, Viktoria Ford, Todd Frahm, Julio Gaytan, Megan Hinds, Sarah Holt, Michael Hughes, Sandra Hynds, Eric Inskip, Siti Mariah Jackson, Dusten Jenkins, Lauren Jenkins, Judy Jones, Jan Kappes, Lisa Kesler, Bruce Kloth, Patricia Knowles, Rick Larimore, Paula McCarty, Ann McDowell, Lawrence McGown, Michelle Miller, Charlie Mitsdarfer, Patricia Monigold, Georgia Morgan, Amanda Mulcahy, Jason Patterson, Ruta Rauber, Laura Reiss, Rebecca Renwick, Ann Rund, Barbara Ryan, Judy Seyb, Shaheen Shorish, Emily Sur, Bonnie Switzer, Michael Thomas, Yu Wang, Rosalind Faiman Weinberg, Charles Wisseman, Sarah Wisseman, Shania Wright, & Michael Zachay
Giertz Gallery at Parkland College
2400 West Bradley Avenue
Champaign, Illinois 61821-1899
"In Space Together Forever." Recent Works by Jacob Foran at Helen S. Smith Gallery at Green River College, in Holman Library Building. Opens Sept 19th with GRC's fall quarter. Artist talk and reception TBA.
Helen S. Smith Gallery Hours
Monday - Friday: 7:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Saturday - Sunday: CLOSED
If you have any questions about ongoing or upcoming art exhibitions in the Helen S. Smith Gallery, please contact the gallery director: Paul Metivier at email@example.com or 253-833-9111 ext. 4766.
12401 SE 320th Street
Auburn, WA 98092-3622
Solo exhibition of new drawings and sculpture by Jacob Foran at Zinc Contemporary, Seattle
Address: 119 Prefontaine Place South. Seattle, WA
Sept 1st- Oct. 1st, 2016
Opening Reception: Thursday Sept. 1, 2016 5-8pm
Gallery hours: Thurs. Friday, Saturday 11-5pm or by appointment
FIGURATIVE SCULPTURE: BODY AND MIND with JACOB FORAN
This workshop will focus on handbuilding methods for creating figurative sculpture through a range of construction techniques such as coil, slab, and altered press casting– specifically the human head and body. Jacob is a sculpture-based artist and graduate of the University of Washington-Seattle MFA program, and was recently a resident at the European Ceramic work center in the Netherlands.
The public is invited to a free presentation at the Community Library Friday evening, Aug. 12th (time TBA).
Tuition $275/$250 for members. Limited partial scholarships are available.
Jacob Foran's table project for Party in the Park 2016 will be an installation of figurative ceramics and mixed materials that form spacial allusions to a garden, or clouds. The narrative suggests a union of two figures: a blue boy and a lavender girl. Eyes closed and smiling as if dreaming the same dream, the two children face inward towards each other underneath an imaginative archway.
For tickets, visit www.seattleartmusuem.org
At Kirkland Arts Center
Jurors: Doug Jeck, Jamie Walker, and Michael Swaine
Opening Reception: Friday, June 17, 6:00 – 8:30pm
Kirkland Arts Center; 620 N Market St. Kirkland, WA, 98033
Exhibition will remain open until Sept 10th, 2016
Clay? VI at Kirkland Arts Center is a Juried Exhibition by Doug Jeck, Jamie Walker, and Michael Swaine.
Abmeyer + Wood
1210 2nd Avenue Seattle, WA 98101
Opening Reception July 2nd 5:00-8:00pm
July 2- Aug 21st 2015
Bodies + Beings is an invitational exhibition focusing on figurative sculptures by an array of celebrated artists from across the country. These representational works explore the human and animal figure along with fantastical beings that bridge the gap between the real and surreal. The works themselves delve into experience by examining themes ranging from anthropological study to political and environmental conflict in the contemporary world.