Tag Archives: ceramics

Waiting for the Clay

Nobles Japanese and ceramics students had the opportunity to ask internationally recognized artist Yoshinori Hagiwara about his work and culture today, when he held an open workshop in the ceramics studio. He shared the years of hard work it takes … Continue reading

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Clay in Motion

AP Ceramics student Nick Brackenridge ’15 switches gears from some intense academics and the college application process to feed his creative side. Classmate Andrew Conway ’15 says getting into the ceramics studio for the afternoon is “therapeutic.”

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Hand-building Pottery

Students in Ceramics I work on the last handing-building project before moving on to wheel throwing. Today, ceramics teacher John Dorsey discusses techniques and terminology for coil-building traditional vases.

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[slideshow] The Nobles community enjoyed an evening of visual and performing arts at the Fall Arts Bonanza (FAB!) on Nov. 15.  Events included the first annual Level II Open Studios Showcase followed by “Serious Play,” a dance performance. During the … Continue reading

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All Fired Up?

Recognize this? It’s the tippy-top of the Makoto Yabe Memorial Kiln. We hear that, in addition to firing beautiful ceramics, the kiln doubles as the world’s best pizza oven. Seriously.

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Make Something

When’s the last time you created something? Get inspired, use your hands, crank up the creativity and make something. You don’t have to be a professional artist to love and pursue the arts.

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