KCAI Ceramics alum and celebrated artist Richard Notkin (BFA 1970) is currently teaching a workshop centered around the ceramic tile to first-year students. For the six weeks that the workshop runs, his classroom in the… Continue reading
Photograph by Archive Collective Sophomore instructor Casey Whittier’s elective course, Replication: Molds & Meaning, has a show on view at the KCAI Crossroads Gallery: Center for Contemporary Practice. The exhibition features works created by… Continue reading
In October, senior Issac Logsdon and I worked with Dodge Gallery curatorial supervisor Mary Kuvet to put together a collaborative, juried exhibition of work by current ceramics and painting students. The show existed in… Continue reading
Kendall Hammond, senior, sculpting a self-portrait Mike Weimer, junior, hand-building onto a thrown vessel Sarah Ferrer, senior, painting with underglaze JAD Reyes, junior, carving into a form
The Kansas City Art Institute was well represented in the National Student Juried Exhibition 2016 merit awards. Ariel Bowman, who graduated in 2011 and is currently attending graduate school at the University of Florida,… Continue reading
As part of NCECA coming to town, the KCAI ceramics department opened its (newly renovated) doors and allowed visitors to come tour the studios, the new plaster and glaze lab, the kiln room,… Continue reading
This week is midterm critiques! Here are some images from critique set-ups of student works.
Juniors and seniors got some practice talking about their work in group critiques with special guest critiquers Jose Faus, Raechell Smith, Mo Dickens, and Amy Kligman. The group critique format allows for students… Continue reading
The 2016 NCECA National Student Juried Exhibition will be held at the Leedy-Voulkos Art Center this year. Two KCAI ceramics students, Donut Goshorn and Andrew Castaneda, will be in the exhibition alongside 56… Continue reading
The ceramics department updated the interior facilities and is now updating the exterior as well! Renovations on our new front entryway are almost complete!