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Céram-age à Trois: Pottery, Sculpture and Decoration
with Julia Galloway and guest artist Beth Lo
June 8–19, 2015

Tuition $795 (includes $95 lab fee)
Maximum enrollment 15
Open to intermediate artists

Students will develop surface treatments for both pottery and sculptural forms, with the goal of investigating how the ideas behind pottery and sculpture are intertwined in this two-week workshop. A variety of drawing techniques will be explored as the root of idea development. During the workshop, examples of historical and contemporary pottery, sculpture and drawing will be presented. Firing will be midrange in both soda and electric kilns. Potters and sculptors are welcome to join in this lively exchange of ideas and techniques!

Galloway and Lo have been teaching ceramics together for the past six years at the University of Montana, in Missoula. This workshop is an outgrowth of that relationship and collaboration.

Galloway and Lo will give a public artist talk on Wednesday, June 17 at 7:30 pm in the Bray Resident Center.

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Julia Galloway, Pitcher with Clouds
Julia Galloway
Pitcher with Clouds,
porcelain, cone 6 soda fired, blue slip inlay

Beth Lo, Water
Beth Lo
2010, porcelain

Julia Galloway

Julia Galloway is a utilitarian potter and professor. She is currently the director of the School of Art and a professor at the University of Montana, Missoula. Galloway was born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts. She completed her graduate studies at the University of Colorado, Boulder, received a BFA from the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University and studied at the Nova Scotia College of Art & Design in Halifax, as well as the Massachusetts College of Art in Boston. Galloway’s pottery has been exhibited across the US and Canada.

Beth Lo

Beth Lo was born in Lafayette, Indiana, to parents who had recently emigrated from China. She studied art under Rudy Autio and assumed his job as a professor of ceramics at the University of Montana when he retired in 1985. She has exhibited her work internationally and has received numerous awards, including the University of Montana Provost’s Distinguished Lecturer Award in 2006, a National Endowment for the Arts Visual Artist Fellowship Grant in 1994, the Montana Arts Council Individual Artist Fellowship in 1989 and an American Craft Museum Design Award in 1986.