Advanced Student Project Network 2016May 06, 2016 - May 27, 2016

Curatorial Statement

Artist’s Reception: Friday, May 6, 2016 from 5-7pm MT

Exhibition Posted Online: Monday, May 9 by 10am Mountain Time


Five Advanced Students are juried and invited to the Red Lodge Clay Center from a Faculty nomination. Over thirty universities are invited and five schools will be selected to send a serious, hard-working, advanced student from their Ceramics program. This proposed residency will take place for 3 weeks, May 9-27, 2016. The Red Lodge Clay Center A.S.P.N will provide young artists with a place to explore new ideas, exchange techniques, and deepen their professional development in Ceramics. Students will live in the Red House, a five bedroom communal home and work in the South Wing of Fox Studio. Exposure to professional practice lectures, Montana Clay locations, visiting artists, and meeting new colleagues are a few of the benefits to A.S.P.N.

Brad Schwieger, Ohio University, will be the faculty advisor this year for ASPN.  The students selected are: Lukas Easton, Zoe Eagan, Tyler Stonestreet, Katie Simpson, and Herschel Hoehne.

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