Monthly Archive: November, 2016

“Replication: Molds & Meaning” at KCAI Crossroads

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

KCUP’s New Home + Holiday Sale

Last month, the local pottery collective Kansas City Urban Potters (KCUP), of which our very own Paul Donnelly is a member, had the grand opening of its new shop, studio and project space at 4 Westport… Continue reading

Converging Practices: Work from Ceramics and Painting Students Today

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

Students at Work

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

Mid-semester Comes and Goes

Ceramics majors recently had mid-semester critiques, a reminder of how close we are to the final show. Cue the countdown! Casey Whittier’s sophomores have been continuing to work on their self-portrait busts, and are… Continue reading

Ceramics Alumni: Where Are They Now?

Shae Bishop (BFA 2012) is a studio assistant to sculptor Cristina Córdova. Hiromi Kanada (BFA 2015) is a student at the College of Ceramics in Arita, Japan. Emily Connell (BFA 2012) and Wen-Dan Lin (BFA… Continue reading