Lately I’ve been listening to an eclectic mix of music everything from the Blur to Linda Clifford and Dalida. This weird mash up on musical styles captures my rather catholic tastes. Yes! Is my attitude in general when it comes to music, and art and life. Enjoy
Andrew Cornell Robinson has been working with Raku fired ceramic since he first apprenticed to a potter in the last 1970s and early 1980s. His first mentor, Grace Bailey and his teacher Dave Cohen both studied under American ceramist Paul Soldner, who adopted and adapted Raku firing methods and popularized them in the United States in the 1960s. Andrew continues this tradition today in his studio and shares this knowledge with his friends and students.
It’s hot in NYC, and the air conditioners are on full blast. Lets go to the beach and dance.
These have been on my mind and in my ear this summer in the studio and the car. Enjoy some chill vibes from the beach to the city.
June mixed tape celebrating LGBTQ Pride, a political movement for equal rights for all of us.
Lately I’ve been feeling nostalgic for the mixed tapes I made for my Sony Walkman in the 1980s. I’d take the train into NYC from suburban ennui. My adolescent life had a sound track and it sounded something like this.
This month I’m listening to allot of dance music, the gayer the better. This playlist begins with Louis La Roche’s “One Big Gay Disco,” which spins a very danceable track around a rightwing christian nationalist rant against “smug elites” and “gays”, and “disco”. What a great way to turn a …
A sculpture studio exploring the body as a site of intervention. Building upon the abstract principles of art and design this course serves as a pedagogical bridge between introductory sculpture and three dimensional design studios. The common vehicle for all of our three dimensional study in this course is the …
This introductory graduate level ceramic studio introduces multiple making methods from sculptural modeling, and throwing forms on the wheel, to mold making, and slip casting.