2019 Spring and Summer Graduate Ceramic Arts Exhibitions

2019 Graduate Ceramic Arts Exhibitions

A series of exhibitions featuring the work of graduate ceramic arts students begin in April.

Hood College Graduate Ceramic Arts

Graduation Year

2019

Program

  • Art & Archaeology, Studio Art Concentration (B.A.)
  • Ceramic Arts (MFA)
  • Ceramic Arts (M.A.)
  • Ceramic Arts (Certificate)

Department

  • Art & Archaeology

Spring marks the launch of a series of graduate ceramic art exhibitions in the Hodson and Whitaker Galleries at Hood College. The shows feature a variety of work completed by seven current MFA or M.A. students. The exhibitions are the culmination of years of intense study in the art of crafting unique objects from clay and research into historical and contemporary movements in the ceramic arts. 

Jafar Alhamar, Islamic Style Botanical Surface Decorations
April 10–25, Whitaker Gallery
 
Jason Laney, Kiln-side Conversations
May 15–June 5, Hodson Gallery, reception and artist talk, Saturday, June 1, 5–7 p.m. 
 
Shanna Casey, Rising Tides
May 15–June 5, Hodson Gallery, reception and artist talk, Saturday, June 1, 5–7 p.m.
 
Chris Landers, Ceramics by Chris Landers
May 22–June 12, Whitaker Gallery
 
Lillian Ding, Life Does Not Have to be Perfect to be Joyful
June 19–July 10, Hodson Gallery, reception and artist talk, Saturday, June 22, 5–7 p.m.
 
Judy Goldberg-Strassler, Shalom, Finding Peace Through Art
June 19–July 10, Hodson Gallery, reception and artist talk, Saturday, June 22, 5–7 p.m.
 
Angela Gleeson, wellness |ˈwelnis|
July 24¬–August 14, Hodson Gallery

The Hood College ceramic arts program offers advanced studio experiences and grounding in the science and technology of the ceramic arts to provide students with the skill and knowledge needed to develop personal aesthetic expression. The Ceramic Arts Scholarship is awarded annually to one new MFA student to help with tuition and fees. Learn more about the program here

The galleries are free and open to the public. Hours are daily 9 a.m.–7 p.m.; closed school and national/state holidays. Call 301-663-3131 for current access information. Contact 301-696-3285 or schulte@hood.edu for exhibition or artist information.