MASTER CERAMISTS

Meet the ceramists who will hold the workshops

MAMI KATO

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Japanese ceramist trained in Tokoname, currently teaches ceramics workshops in different institutions in Japan as well as held several workshops and exhibitions internationally.

She has specialized in techniques such as Earth pot for his interest in the investigation of the origin of ceramics and its connection with the earth.

During the 30 hours elapsed from March 4 to 8 in intensive morning hours (from 9:00 to 15:00 hours) will give the course of:
Construction of plates for Japanese tableware, using porcelain and other ceramic pastes that may be fired in the experimental firings at the end of the course.


Do you want to attend their workshop to learn their techniques and have the opportunity to visit the other two workshops?

ANNETTE SCHWARTE

www.annetteschwarte.de

German ceramist trained at Keramikfachschule Landshut, Germany – Faculty of higher education for apprenticeship in handcrafted ceramics, university degree in BA (Hons) Ceramics, University of Wolverhampton, UK.

With several international exhibitions and awards.

During the 30 hours elapsed from March 4 to 8 in the mornings (from 9:00 to 15:00) he will give the course:
Experimental techniques of ceramic printing with paperclay. Possibility of proof of biscuit and demonstration of final glaze.


Do you want to attend their workshop to learn their techniques and have the opportunity to visit the other two workshops?

TIMEA TIHANYI

www.timeatihanyi.com
www.sliprabbit.org

Timea Tihanyi is a visual artist who lives and works in Seattle, Washington. She holds a BFA in Ceramics from Massachusetts College of Art in Boston; and an MFA in ceramics from the University of Washington, where she is currently a senior lecturer in the Interdisciplinary Visual Arts program.

During the 30 hours from March 4 to 8 in the mornings (9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.) she will teach the course:
Playground of Sculptures with Porcelain: Cut, Carved, Colored and Assembled.

This workshop will focus on various techniques for combining liquid and plastic porcelain, including working with templates for carving and drilling, the use of colored cast sheets for incrustations, and manufacturing with slabs and pieces made with molds. The sculptural possibilities are endless and can also be adopted for functional ceramics.


Do you want to attend their workshop to learn their techniques and have the opportunity to visit the other two workshops?