In this new elective class taught by Andrea Martin, students engage in a linear design process, beginning with concept and concluding with a sale-ready ceramic object. Each student considers all aspects of… Continue reading
Spring semester was as stressful as ever, but thanks to everyone’s hard work the exhibition came together just in time. For those who missed it, or just want to relive it, here are… Continue reading
Maura Wright, 2013 graduate and our previous blogger for the ceramics department, has been published for her outstanding work in the Undergraduate Showcase feature of Ceramics Monthly’s September issue. Take a look!
In March Andrew Martin visited us from the Netherlands. On his way to NCECA he stopped by KCAI for an artist lecture and demonstration with the ceramic students.
The Ceramics Department was very excited to host a few very special guests this past month! Shawn Spangler gave an artist lecture and demonstration to the KCAI community. Garth Clark and Mark Del… Continue reading
Sasha Alexandra, a senior in the Kansas City Art Institute ceramics department, has received a 2013 Windgate Fellowship Award from the Center for Craft, Creativity, and Design. Her proposal for the award of $15,000… Continue reading
For those that weren’t able to make it to the end of semester exhibition, here are some images to show off the student’s hard work this past fall.
Linda Lighton visited the KCAI ceramics department to present a lecture for the professional practice course. She talked about her recent residency in Eskisihir, Turkey, at Anadalu University. Linda also discussed the Lighton International… Continue reading
One of the three Regina Brown undergraduate student fellowships for 2012 was awarded to KCAI senior Emily Connell. Emily will use the Regina Brown to spend a month traveling from northern to southern… Continue reading
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The Ken Ferguson Teaching Collection is an amazing opportunity for students in the KCAI ceramics department. It is a place for students to handle and inspect work made by KCAI ceramic students, alumni,… Continue reading