June 7, 2019
Mars Hill University kicked off its inaugural Summer Ceramics Workshop Series this week at the Mars Hill Center for the Ceramic Arts. The center is offering a series of workshops in June, led by renowned potters and ceramicists from across the country.
The first workshop, “Thrown and Altered,” featured potter Tara Wilson, of Montana City, Montana. Next up is “Handbuilding Illustrated Pottery,” led by Chandra DeBuse, a potter from Kansas City, Missouri. Her workshop takes place June 9-15. Rounding out the series is “Clay and Community,” June 23-29, led by Josh Copus of Marshall, North Carolina.
For more information about the workshops or other opportunities with the Mars Hill Center for the Ceramic Arts, contact Professor Shane Mickey at email@example.com.
Works by the instructors and other invited artists are on display in Weizenblatt Gallery for its Summer Invitational Exhibition. The gallery is located on the main level of Moore Fine Arts Building. Summer hours are 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Fridays. Admission is free.