Go inside the artist’s studio on March 26 at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Central Time as your students interact with metals artist Hunter Creel or ceramics artist Ruth Reese, both artists-in-residence at Craft Alliance in St. Louis, MO. Students will be able to interact with the artist as each creates a new piece. Students can ask about how the design is created, what tools are used and why, and see the final piece created. We’ll explore the big questions: Where do ideas for art come from? How is inspiration transformed into a piece of art? How are metals and clay used to create works of art? What techniques are available for the metals and ceramics artist? If a student or two from your school has a metal or ceramics piece they’d like to share with the artist and discuss the processes they used to create it, please let us know. To obtain more details about the program including related curriculum standards, program objectives and agenda, pre and post program learning activities, and additional video and web resources related to the program, click on the Program Materials link on the right side of this page.
Interact with metals artist Hunter Creel or ceramics artist Ruth Reese as each creates a new piece of artwork inspired by their influences and artistic vision.
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|DATE||Wednesday March 30th 2013|