|Pattern and Design in Clay
with Molly Hatch
July 5–7, 2017
Tuition $360 (includes $35 lab fee)
Maximum enrollment 15
Open to intermediate and advanced artists
By using primarily pattern, participants will learn techniques for activating all surfaces of an object, including techniques for transferring a two-dimensional drawing to three-dimensional clay objects. Molly Hatch will discuss and demonstrate her approach to ceramic design and share best practices when developing work for the design industry in this three-day hands-on workshop. Demonstrations will cover concepts for three-dimensional design and basic approaches to decoration. This workshop will best serve artists interested in developing surface design, a larger product line or expanding into industrial design.
Hatch will give a public artist talk on Wednesday, July 5 at 7:30 pm in the Bray Resident Center.
Molly Hatch received her MFA in ceramics from the University of Colorado, Boulder in 2008. A full-time studio artist and designer, Hatch’s artwork has been exhibited internationally and widely published. Her product designs range from tableware to quilting fabrics. She has partnerships with more than 15 companies from Anthropologie to the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Her original artwork is represented by Todd Merrill Studio in New York City. Hatch has taught workshops all over the world, including CRETA Rome, Arrowmont School of Crafts, Anderson Ranch and more.
To learn more about Molly Hatch, visit her website at mollyhatch.com.