Monday, February 3, 2014

Teaching in My Neighborhood

In addition to giving a lecture at Munson Williams Proctor, I'm teaching two classes at the School of Art. The first class, "Innovating the Chain," happens this Saturday and Sunday, February 8 and 9 from 9-4 each day. The second class, "Exploring Process, Building Form," is Saturday, March 4 also from 9-4. Please follow the links to read class descriptions, see the tuition and to register. If you have any questions about my classes, please feel free to email me at

Here are some examples of student work from both classes taught previously:

Maia Lepo, chain from "Innovating the Chain"

Danielle James, two brooches 
from "Exploring Process, Building Form"

I'm looking forward to teaching at MWP. I took a drawing class and a ceramics class there back in the 90s and enjoyed both very much. The best drawing I've ever made was in that drawing class, too. I still have it and keep it on display in my house. It reminds me that I can indeed draw and is a beautiful document of my favorite pair of Doc Martens, which, sadly, I no longer have. The drawing also has all my marks of process--I intentionally left them intact then, which is telling to me considering my strong interest in process today.

Thanks for reading.

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