Breaking News Ceramics Student HARUKA TAKEMOTO in National Juried Exhibition

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Ceramics Student HARUKA TAKEMOTO in National Juried Exhibition

Old Dominion University Ceramics Program student HARUKA TAKEMOTO recently was juried into CLAY & CONTEXT: NATIONAL JURIED EXHIBITION at Indiana University.

Clay & Context looks to draw new attention to clay as material with fresh significance in contemporary studio practices, while acknowledging the historical foundation from which it evolved. Whether the media takes on a utilitarian or non-functional form, the playing field has never been so level. We encourage submissions to address the vast scope of ceramic art being created in today’s context in hopes of an exhibition of exemplary works reflecting the personal vocabulary of the individual artists creating in our present cultural climate.

The Juror was SHERMAN HALL editor of CERAMICS MONTHLY. The exhibition will be from JANUARY 15 – FEBRUARY 6, 2009 HARUKA’s BFA Exhibition is now on display at Borjo Coffeehouse in the ODU Village on Monarch Way.

About the Juror: As editor of the worlds leading ceramic art magazine, Sherman Hall is a staunch advocate for ceramics as a promoter and practitioner. Hall received his BFA in Ceramics from Ohio State University in 1996 after studies at New York University and Columbus College of Art & Design. Following undergrad, Hall was the sole proprietor of Sherman Hall Studio from 1996-2003 in Ohio. He has worked with Ceramics Monthly since 1999, and as editor from 2003.
Juror Sherman Hall Lecture, and Awards Ceremony, January 16, 2009, 5 – 7 PM

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