September 27- October 3, 2020
Abstract sculpture. Non beginners
I would like this workshop to focus around the idea of duality, complicity, twinship and conversation. The participants will think about the dialogue between two forms and what they question, incite, propulse and teach us. We will imagine how to connect, attach, stack, lean, associate, intertwine two distinct forms and experience their change in perception and meaning. We will begin the workshops with discussions and by looking at other artists work. I will also do an image presentation of my work and speak about my own preoccupations and how I’ve investigated different ways of conveying those interests through my ceramics. I will then encourage the students to explore their own forms and associations by drawing and making models. The question of space will also be an important factor to include in their research. They will then begin her/his full-scale investigations. Although I personally use coils and slabs, the use of any technique is possible. I will work individually with each student pushing them to explore a multitude of possibilities while at the same time keeping in accordance with their own personality and concerns. There will be the question of firings, painting and decorating techniques as the work develops. By the use of color, graphics and different firing possibilities, they will experiment the most pertinent way of treating their surfaces to strengthen or soften their ideas. I propose that they work on a small scale in order to make several pieces and develop their own language and experiment the most appropriate technique and approach. The drawings and models will be displayed as the workshop unfolds. At the end of each day, we will exchange and discuss their work and its implications. Daphne Corregan was born in Pittsburgh, Pa. USA. She moved to France in 1971 and studied at the School for Fine Arts in Toulon, Marseille and in Aix en Provence. She taught ceramics at the Pavillon Bosio, a school of art and scenography in Monaco from 1989 to 2015. She has led ceramic workshops and participated in numerous international symposiums throughout the world. Her work is exhibited internationally and is housed in many private and public collections. She was awarded the Medallion for Cultural Merits from Monaco and is member of the International Academy of Ceramics. www.daphnecorregan.com
July 25 – August 3, 2019
Throwing. For beginners and intermediate
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The course fee includes the following
Tuition of 6 – 8 hours per day
Studio open 12 hours per day
All materials and firings
Lodging in single room
A freshly prepared Tuscan Lunch with wine on all working days
Payment - Refund Policy
A deposit is required at registration. After submitting the registration form, you may proceed with the payment on-line. If you choose to pay by bank transfer, the registration will be confirmed once the deposit has been accredited in our banking account. The balance must be paid at the beginning of the course.
You may withdraw within 14 days of registration without incurring in any penalties and will have the deposit fully refunded. No refund of deposits past 14 days of registration, pursuant to articles 53 and following of the EU consumer protection legislation.
If La Meridiana cannot hold the course due to unforeseen events beyond our control, La Meridiana reserves the right to offer a voucher for a different course of your choice. The voucher is valid for two years. The deposit will be transferred to the new course.