First Open-Air Clay Art Studio for Community Members Affected by the Marshal, Co., Fire

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn By Michael Franklin, PhD, ATR-BC Volunteers Laura Fessenden, Jordan Yates, Zoe Schlanger, Jennifer Blanchard, and Kelsey Geiger Naropa University art therapy professor Michael Franklin, program graduates Jordan Yates and Zoe Schlanger, MA Art Therapy candidate Kelsey Geiger, and Moxie Bread Company volunteers, together coordinated our first Open-Air Clay Art Studio (OACAS) for … Read more

The Best Modeling Clay for Animating, Mold Making, and More – ARTnews.com

If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, ARTNews may receive an affiliate commission. A versatile medium for artists of all ages, modeling clay is easy to shape with your hands and does not need to be fired to create a permanent form. The clay softens up in … Read more

“Ceramics in the Expanded Field” Gathers Multimedia Uses of Clay – ARTnews.com

MASS MoCA curator Susan Cross drew the title of this exhibition, “Ceramics in the Expanded Field,” from Rosalind Krauss’s influential ceramic essay about sculpture— published in an earlier form in this magazine in 1979—that was initially inspired by John Mason’s installations. In returning to ceramics, Cross both highlights the medium and suggests that it has … Read more