“Taboo: Sexuality and Sexual identity in Ceramics” opens at Signature Contemporary Craft on September 19th. Partial proceeds from this group exhibition, curated by Kristen Stingle and Carr McCuiston, go to Lost-n-Found Youth, an Atlanta nonprofit that finds house for homeless LGBTQ youth. Several Artaxis artists are included in this exhibition including: Chandra Debuse Kyungmin Park […]
Exhibition Description: The first rule of museum etiquette is: Do Not Touch The Art! Stern gallery guards follow museumgoers from room to room, making sure that viewers follow this rule. Low stanchions prohibit viewers’ bodies from getting too close to work, pedestal vitrines protect smaller objects from being and handled or stolen, and museums take […]
In the Kitchen is an exhibit that highlights sculptural and functional pieces that are used in the kitchen, including utensils, butter dishes, storage containers and more. Sculptural work is open to interpretation but could be trompe l’oeil or narrative, and open to ceramics with mixed media components. The preparation of meals, beverages, and culinary delights […]
JOB DESCRIPTION Job Title: Ceramics Studio Technician Salary: $15.50 per hour Hours: 15 hours/week Benefits: Use of ceramics facilities; sick leave Reports to: Ceramics Program Director JOB SUMMARY: This position oversees the technical and operational aspects of the Center’s Ceramics Studio, including day-to-day studio operations, firings, and materials management for ceramics classes and studio members. […]
Congratulations to Artaxis members, Leanne McClurg Cambric, David Bogus, Lorna Meaden, Deborah Schwartzkopf, and Matt Ziemke for being included in Carbondale Clay Center‘s exhibition, “Clay National X: Ceramic Color, the Endless Pursuit”. The show opens Friday, July 3rd, so if you’re in the Carbondale area, go check it out! More info at https://www.facebook.com/events/1617012181916375/
Artaxis Board Member Dylan Beck will be participating in “Scratching the Surface” at Red Lodge Clay Center in Red Lodge, Montana. In 2012 Jason Bige Burnett organized the first Arrowmont Surface Forum, inviting professional ceramic artists together for an intense week of exchange, collaboration, and camaraderie. A few years later, folks clamor for an invitation. “Scratching […]
Utah Arts Magazine, 15 Bytes, recently posted an artist profile on long-time Artaxis member, Russell Wrankle, entitled Unapologetic: The bold, captivating ceramic art of Russell Wrankle: https://artistsofutah.org/15bytes/15july/page1.htm
Congratulations to Artaxis member, Nayoung Jeong, for her solo show in Chelsea at George Billis Gallery. If you’re in the NYC area, the opening reception is TOMORROW (7/30) from 6-8pm. Go check it out!