April 2nd, 2019
Instructor: Katrina Cartwright
Time: Wednesday, 10am – 1pm
Duration: 6 weeks
Maximum per class: 10
During the course of this class students will use basic handbuilding techniques to create functional pottery while exploring the history of this ware in both Western and Eastern cultures. In class critiques will be held regularly to provide participants with feedback on their progress over the six-week period. This class is suitable for individuals of all skill levels especially those interested in working with high-fire stoneware.
Materials and firings included.
About the Instructor:
Originally from Long Island, Bahamas, Katrina Cartwright is based in Nassau and maintains a studio practice at Popopstudios International Center for the Visual Arts, where she is also the Education Officer. Additionally she has taught primary art at Xavier’s Lower School and is currently employed at The College of The Bahamas as an adjunct instructor in the art department.
Cartwright holds a BFA in ceramics from Maine College of Art, Portland, Maine and has had the opportunity to apprentice with professional ceramists both locally and internationally.