Join us this May 20-31, 2019 for our inaugural workshop at Taller de Terreno and learn how to build + fire a multi-fuel, high-fire ceramic kiln. Ralph Scala of Santa Fe, NM, will lead the workshop with help from special guest artists Sam Harvey (Aspen, CO) and TDT’s own Christa Assad. Only a few spots left - visit www.tallerdeterreno.org for more details.
- Sat, Jun 24, 2017 11am- 5pm ...AND NOW ALSO:
- Sun, Jun 25, 2017 12-5pm
Come help send us off in style...we're clearing out our warehouse with deals and steals on one-of-a-kind handmade products of all materials: ceramics, wood, concrete, steel and more. We've extended our Sample Sale to include Sunday, June 25, 12-5, as well. If all else fails, call for an appointment! c + k
"Anderson Ranch Legacy: Mentoring Artistic Excellence", Kansas City Convention Center Room 1501C, Level 1
Anderson Ranch Arts Center has a long history of enriching lives with art, inspiration and community. The Ranch began as an artist-run collaborative in 1966, when artists such as Paul Soldner came to create work and teach. This exhibit brings together Anderson Ranch faculty, residents and students to celebrate 50 years of mentorship and the positive impact the Ranch experience has had – and continues to have – on the artistic development of its students and residents.
WHERE: Kansas City Convention Center Room 1501C, Level 1 301 West 13th Street Kansas City, Missouri 64105
HOURS: Weds. March 16 – Sat. March 19, 2016 9 am – 6 pm
RECEPTION: Weds. March 16, 5:00 – 6:45 pm
Welcome toast and cake cutting at 6pm with words by Doug Casebeer, Associate Director of Anderson Ranch Arts Center and Director of Ceramics; Nancy Wilhelms, Executive Director of Anderson Ranch Arts Center; and Brad Miller, Artist.
NCECA Sponsors as of 2/23/2016: Sharon and John Hoffman, Lee Lyon, Ann and Tom Korologos in honor of Lee Lyon’s lifetime commitment to art and art making
All of the artists invited to this exhibition have stayed with Bird and Michel Loomis while in town as demonstrators for the Lawrence Arts Center’s Ceramics Symposium. At some point each invited artist has enjoyed a spirited conversation and cup of coffee while perched around the Loomis’ kitchen island. Bonds and unexpected connections arise from the warmth and energy in the Loomis’ Victorian home filled with contemporary art.
The common thread in a sense is that “we were here”.
This exhibition is a ledger, a record, and a signal of paths that have crossed ~despite any separation of time or distance.
The Lawrence Arts Center will be presenting this exhibition at the Cider Gallery, which is a beautiful exhibition space a few blocks from the Arts Center.
Exhibition Dates: February 26th, 2015 to March 19th, 2015
Address: 810 Pennsylvania St, Lawrence, KS 66044