Ritual Clay: Creative Ceramics Workshop
Offsite Event at New York Togei Kyoshitu
5 West 30th Street, 3rd floor, New York, NY 10001
Jōmon culture, particularly the exuberant pottery, is a rich source of inspiration for artist Mariko Mori.
Meet at Togei Kyoshitsu pottery studio to participate in a hands-on introduction to basic Japanese pottery techniques. Using the coil method, create a small Jōmon-style vessel. Afterwards, enjoy a highlights tour of Rebirth: Recent Work by Mariko Mori, including an in-depth discussion of a Jōmon period vase and Mariko Mori’s recent work inspired by that era.
No experience necessary. All materials included. Limited class size.
THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT.
Additional support is provided by Chris A. Wachenheim, and the Sandy Heck Lecture Fund.
Image: Kaen-doki flame-ware vase, Middle Jōmon period (3,500–2,500 BCE). Earthenware; 11 5/8 inches high, 11 5/8 inches diam. Collection of Dr. John C. Weber.
- Saturday, November 9, 2013
- 12:30 pm