Lauren Mabry: Fused Workshop

Lauren Mabry: Demonstration Workshop

Friday 7–9pm, Saturday 9am–3pm, and Sunday 9am–12pm

Lauren Mabry

Join Lauren Mabry for a demonstration workshop in conjunction with her solo show at Ferrin Contemporary. She will discuss several of her processes from start to finish, creating a one of a kind Cylinder while students observe. On the first day, Lauren will build a form and use her signature monoprinting techniques to build a rich, complex surface with low fire slips and underglazes. On the second day, she will discuss how she builds her dimensional drawings with extruded components. Students can expect to learn a wide range of techniques that can be used for any style of work, at any temperature. No experience is required. Limited to 15.

Originally from Madison, Wisconsin, Lauren Mabry lives and works in  Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Her ceramic work is internationally known for its bold, expressive glazes and is represented in permanent collections at The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, The Daum Museum of Contemporary Art, The Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, and the Sheldon Museum of Art. She is the recipient of individual grants from The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage, The Independence Foundation, and the NCECA Emerging Artist Award. Over recent years she has shown in many institutions such as Mindy Solomon Gallery, The Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, and the Milwaukee Art Museum. She has worked at the Jingdezhen International Studio in China and the Gaya Ceramic Art Center in Bali, Indonesia. She received her BFA from Kansas City Art Institute in 2007 and her MFA from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2012. Mabry is currently teaching Material Science at Tyler School of Art.

Mabry currently lives and works Philadelphia, PA. See and read more on Ferrin Contemporary’s website, www.ferrincontemporary.com.

Contact Us

Please email info@projectart01026.com with any questions or for more information. To talk on the phone, please send an email with your phone number and preferred time to receive a call, and we will call you back.

Tuition and Payment

Tuition for the 3 day workshop is $350. A $50 deposit is due with registration, and the full payment is due by April 15th. Please pay by check or money order, payable to Project Art, 54 Main Street in Cummington, MA, 01026. Open to participants age 18 and above, and students of all experience levels are welcome.

International payments made with Paypal have an additional fee of $40 per workshop. The deposit due for international payments through paypal is $90. This reflects the additional fee paypal charges us to accept international payments (click here to read more about paypal’s fees).

Cancellation Policy

Deposits are refundable until April 1st, less a $25 administrative fee. After April 1st, we cannot offer a refund unless we are able enroll a replacement from the waiting list. If we are able to replace you with a participant from the waiting list, a full refund will be issued, less a $25 administrative fee. This workshop will run pending a minimum enrollment.

Housing and Meals

Housing and meals are not provided. It is the responsibility of each student to arrange housing and meals independently. We keep a list of possible housing options updated at http://projectart01026.com/lodging/

Location and Dates

Project Art is located at 54 Main Street in Cummington, MA, 01026. The workshop begins Friday 7pm–9pm, continues Saturday from 9am–3pm, and concludes Sunday 9am–12pm.

Travel

Hartford, CT (airport code BDL) and Albany, NY (airport code ALB) are the two closest regional airports. Cummington is a rural community, and we recommend participants rent a car or drive to us. There is no public transportation in the Cummington area. With advance notice, pick up and drop off to the airport can be arranged for $100 per airport pick up (each way).

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