Fall 2015 Workshops

Fuminori DeguchiFuminori Deguchi Workshop
Japanese Pottery: Traditional & Contemporary Approaches
Saturday, October 24, 10am-5pm
$85 members/$95 non-members
includes lunch

slide lecture to follow - lecture is free and open to the public

 

Fuminori Deguchi Workshop Registration

In this hands on workshop Fuminori will cover two traditional forms: first, a teapot in 4 parts, and a traditional style vase built in 3 parts. In observing and then experimenting with these techniques, students can develop their own variations in approaches to the created forms. Some throwing experience is highly recommended, as students will be utilizing the pottery wheel to create components to these forms.

Fuminori Deguchi was born in Kumamoto City, Japan. In 1987, Deguchi graduated from the agricultural department of Meiji University. During the mid-90s, he spent three years apprenticing under Koichi Yamamoto. Over the years, he has won numerous awards and prizes for his ceramic work. Deguchi's work has been exhibited in many solo & group exhibitions throughout Japan. He is visiting Montana for the month of October, and was a short-term resident at the Clay Studio of Missoula in 2010.

Enrollment is limited to 12 students

To see more of his work visit his website: http://www.izurugama.com/index_e.html


REGISTER FOR A WORKSHOP TODAY!

If you would like to enroll in a workshop, please contact the Clay Studio at 406-543-0509, email at info@theclaystudioofmissoula.org.   You may also register online by clicking the appropriate Paypal "buy now" buttons.

Space is limited, and payment is due in full to reserve your spot.

The Clay Studio accepts cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, American Express and DiscoverCard

REFUND AND CANCELLATION POLICY
The Clay Studio will offer students a full refund, less a $20 administrative fee up to 28 days before the day of the workshop.  If the Clay Studio is forced to cancel a workshop due to under-enrollment or unforeseen reasons, registrants will receive a full refund.

Thank you for your interest in our workshop series. We appreciate your support!

 

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