Special feature for the Overthrown: Clay Without Limits exhibition, July 2011 - http://eepurl.com/eTpMo
The feature includes interviews with some of the exhibiting artists plus images from the exhibition. The Overthrown: Clay Without Limits exhibition is on view June 11 through September 18, 2011 and is part of Marvelous Mud: Clay Around the World, which includes eight exhibitions, live artist demonstrations, and hands-on programming. For details on individual exhibitions, see listings here.
Interview with Gwen F. Chanzit - The curator of the exhibition.
Interview with Katie Caron and Martha Russo
Interview with John Roloff
Interview with Clare Twomey
Interview with Paul Sacaridiz
Interview with Linda Sormin
Interview with Del Harrow
Interview with Mia Mulvey
Interview with Benjamin DeMott
Interview with Marie T. Hermann (will be published at the end of July)
/Overthrown - Images from the exhibition (in High Quality).
/Overthrown_Interviews - Interviews with 10 of the exhibiting artists.
/tagged/nameofthe_artist (ex: /Clare_Twomey) - Images with the works of the artist you’re looking for.
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The June-July 2011 edition of our monthly newsletter - http://eepurl.com/er6Pg
→ Interviews with ceramic artists:
Artist of the month: Roxanne Jackson - short link: http://tumblr.com/xrk35s0w0s
Recognized artist: Liza Riddle - short link: http://tumblr.com/xrk35rbgk2
Ceramic Technique: Jim Kraft - short link: http://tumblr.com/xrk35qlprt
New artist: Chang Hyun Bang - short link: http://tumblr.com/xrk35pu5d4
[+] Tumblr Community: The Young Artists’ Collective - short url: http://tumblr.com/xrk35punk0
[+] Preview (Denver Art Museum): Gwen F. Chanzit - short link: http://tumblr.com/xrk35puu9y
The special feature for The Denver Art Museum will cover more interviews with artists exhibiting at the Overthrown exhibition, which is on view June 11 through September 18, 2011. Subscribe here and wait until July for the special edition of our newsletter.
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