ASU Ceramics Tour 



The Galleries Director is to help coordinate with the CRC Director to make space availible on campus for hosting some of the Ceramics Tour events. This happens once a year in Spring, usually in February, and can be hosted at the Tempe Campus or GSS.



























"ASU ceramics is ranked 7th in the nation and is a place where students learn advanced clay and glaze formation skills through conceptual and technical assignments and may complete a visual thesis project before graduation." - ASU


"ASU ceramics is ranked 7th in the nation and students earning their degree in ceramics at the School of Art learn a range of techniques and concepts that enable them to develop their own style and specialty from world-renowned ceramics faculty. The students are presented with a solid foundation of technical and intellectual skills, preparing them for a career in the ceramic arts. All approaches are welcome when working with ceramic materials and processes, encouraging students to develop a strong personal direction with the work." - ASU


Blurb #1

"This Valley-wide event showcases the work of professional ceramic artists in the Phoenix metropolitan area. The tour offers the public a rare opportunity to view working and living spaces of participating artists and view demonstrations of wheel-throwing, hand-building and glazing techniques. Participating artists have a wide range of both functional and sculptural artwork on exhibit and for sale. The tour is FREE to the public." - ASU Events


Blurb #2

"Once a year, ASU Art Museum gives artists and ceramics fans a chance to connect and converse with a free, two-day, self-guided tour. For those who appreciate decorative or functional ceramics, it’s a rare opportunity to see artists making such works — and to talk with them about their art." - Lynn Trimble, New Times 


Blurb #3

"It’s a fun, free way to explore more than a dozen ceramic studios in Phoenix, Tempe, Scottsdale, Mesa, and Gilbert — where more than 50 emerging and established artists will be showing and discussing their work. The lineup also includes more than 50 artist demonstrations on topics from wheel throwing to animal sculptures happening at various artist studios. Besides getting a behind-the-scenes look at local artist studios, you can explore exhibitions featuring works by local to international ceramics artists." -  Lynn Trimble, New Times


Blurb #4

"Once a year, ASU Art Museum gives both artists and sculpture fans the chance to converse over all sorts of ceramics — from decorative to functional. Those eager to elevate their skills can watch demonstrations by some of the state's best-known ceramic artists. And those who like to go behind the scenes can explore studios of ceramicists working in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tempe, Gilbert, Chandler, and Mesa." - Lynn Trimble, New Times 


Blurb #5

"It's a lot to take in during two days, and there are a couple ways you can approach the tour. Some favor hitting studios for their favorite artists; others opt for exploring studios for artists outside their usual orbit. Efficiency buffs know you'll get more done if you group your stops by geographical region, so that's how we've organized this guide." - Lynn Trimble, New Times 


Blurb #6
"The two-day event, put on by ASU Art Museum's Ceramics Research Center, features a variety of exhibitions and live demonstrations free of charge. Throughout the weekend, studios will be holding live demonstrations of wheel throwing, hand-building, and glazing techniques. For a full list of demo times and locations, consult the official tour poster." 

- Lynn Trimble, New Times 


Blurb #7

"The 2017 Ceramic Studio Tour is organized by the Artists' Advisory Committee, ASU Art Museum Ceramics Research Center and ASU Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts."  - ASU Events






Ceramics Tour 2017









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