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It has been a busy time, and here are some of the reasons why.
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I am the subject of a feature article in the February issue of Ceramics Monthly. It was a great experience to work with the author Katey Schultz who had several insightful questions about my process, ideas and pots. It is a generous spread that includes images of my work over time.  Apologies as the article is not accessible online without a subscription.

My article ‘Open Door Policy’ is in the current issue of Studio Potter focused on the theme of generation. I write about the influence of studio environment in the classroom and how my undergraduate experience with Mike Thiedeman at Earlham College effect my teaching goals today.

SHOWS:

I am happy to announce that I have been invited to participate in two super annual events.

double badgeIn April I will be a guest artist at the studio of Tom White as part of the Asparagus Valley Potters Trail April 26 and 27. Then in May, it’s off to Austin to be a part of Art of the Pot over Mother’s Day weekend.

WORKSHOPS:

This summer I will be teaching “Cut, Paste, Process” at the Appalachian Center for Craft from June 20 – 22.I will also be at the University of Colorado, Boulder as a visiting artist April 11 and 12.

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Last year we bought a house in Marlboro, Vermont and immediately went to work designing and building our own studio. Sam and I are taking it slow through the winter and are thankful to the many friends and colleagues that have generously donated their time to this effort.

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workshops on the horizon

I am excited to announce that I will be teaching two workshops in the summer of 2012.

July 8 to the 20 I will be teaching ‘Pots in Process’ at Penland School of Craft

and then I’ll be at Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts from the 5th of August to the 11th

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It’s been a busy summer

I am happy to report that my work was accepted to several juried shows this summer.  Three flower bricks spent the month at the 18 hands Gallery in Houston and found their way back to me today.  Two bowls are livin’ it up in Chicago at the “bowl me over show” at the Lillstreet Arts Center, and some plates are hanging out at the MT Burton Gallery at the Jersey Shore Clay National.  Another set of plates was invited to participate in a ‘clay and print’ show a the University of Arkansas – Monticello.

In other news, I moved from Tennessee to Vermont and did an awful lot of driving  – all over the mid-atlantic, new england and eastern Canada.  It’s been a great summer all in all.  Two weeks were spent at Haystack Mountain School of Craft building a table.  It was a wonderful challenge to change mediums and wood working – while requiring a great deal of attention to exactitude, was seductive none the less.  I’ve also been spending a lot of time in the water learning the joys of outdoors distance swimming.  Wishing you all a great fall season…

off to lexington

team arrowmont ceramics is hitting the road again.  TJ and I are headed to the university of kentucky to demonstrate and lecture Wednesday the 21 and Friday the 23 of april.

Read Professor Hunter Stamps invitation below:

-Hand-building and Wheel throwing Demonstrations on Wednesday April 21 : 1-3pm and 5-7pm.

UK Ceramics Studio, located on the 2nd floor of Reynolds Building #1, 672 S. Broadway, Lexington, KY 40508-3126.

-Artist lectures on Friday, April 23: 12-1pm

Whitehall Classroom Building, Rm. 118, UK Campus

Contact Information:
Hunter Stamps,Assistant Professor of Ceramic Sculpture
Department of Art, College of Fine Arts, UK
501-442-6441
hstamps@hotmail.com

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