Please help us raise funds to mount this exhibition and create a publication to go along with us. Great rewards including objects and experiences.
Very excited to share that my work will be included in The American Museum of Ceramic Art’s exhibition We The People: Serving Notice.
I’m thrilled to be exhibiting alongside so many of the artists I admire in our field.
Check out the line up on AMOCA’s website.
I am excited to be participating in the James May Gallery Working Pots II exhibition. The show was juried by the amazing Birdie Boone.
Saturday brought an exciting surprise when I saw that I had earned one of the several purchase awards.
Congrats to all the winners and all who exhibited. It was nice to work with James May Gallery again this year. 🙂
I had a little mug in this show. They raised over $30,000 for Planned Parenthood!
In solidarity with sister events around the globe, come together for Nasty Women Art Chicago: A one-night exhibition and fundraiser to hear and support the voices of artists identifying as Nasty Women.
May 5, 2017
1446 W. Kinzie St.
Chicago, IL 60642
Come take a class with me!
Handbuilding 101: Functional and Sculptural Objects.
Instructor: nicole gugliotti
Dates: Thursday Evenings, May 4, 11, 18, June 1, 8, 15 (skips May 25)
Time: 6-9 PM
Registration Closes: May 3
Number of Students: Min. 4, Max. 10
Skill Level: Beginner to refresher.
Materials Provided By Student: Apron and towel, some (not required) decorative materials.
Class Description: Since the beginning of human culture, people have formed clay to create functional and sculptural objects. From water storage to teapots, fermentation weights to decorative housewares. this class will introduce students to the fundamentals of hand built ceramics, allowing them to create objects for decoratin or use. Students will also learn decorative techniques using colored slips and underglazes.
10,690 Wild Flowers
Each story of accessing abortion in the U.S. is unique and important. According to the Guttmacher institute, in 2011 (the most recent year that statistics are available for) 10,690 people accessed abortion services in Oregon. 10,690 Wild Flowers honors each of those people’s experience, as well as each Oregonian who, for myriad reasons was unable to access the healthcare they needed, with a ceramic flower. While Oregon has many safe guards in place that other states, such as my home state of Florida, do not, many are still unable to receive much needed healthcare because of restrictions due to the Hyde Amendment, barriers because of gender markers, immigration status and more. Each flower is made during a community discussion/workshop hosted in collaboration with local reproductive justice organizations in which we will discuss the impact of these restrictions and the recently introduced House Bill 2232 or The Reproductive Health Equity Act. Handmade flower bricks and vases filled with these flowers have been placed in the gallery and throughout Portland in reproductive health and justice organization’s offices and local businesses. The goal is to make 10,690 ceramic flowers, each of which is for sale for $1. All money raised is donated to organization in Portland working specifically folks who fall into these access gaps. A zine is available in the gallery with information about the project, partner organizations and contributions from collaborators.
Exhibition and Opening Reception
A group exhibition by the artists of Socially Engaged Craft Collective
March 23 – April 14, 2017 | Wednesday–Saturday, noon–6pm at c3:initiative
This exhibition is presented in conjunction with the National Council for Education in Ceramic Arts (NCECA) conference 2017
Thursday, March 23, 2017, 5- 9 pm
Flower Arrangements will be on display at the following locations (more TBA):
C3: Inititiave Gallery, 7326 N Chicago Ave, Portland, OR 97203
Planned Parenthood NE Health Center, 3727 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Portland, OR 97212
Planned Parenthood SE Health Center, 3231 SE 50th Ave, Portland, OR 97206
Downtown Women’s Center, 511 SW 10th Ave, Suite 905, Portland, OR 97205
Will take place at C:3 Initiative, 7326 N Chicago Ave, Portland, OR 97203
Discussion Workshop in Collaboration with Forward Together and Momentum Alliance
- Do you work with a reproductive justice organization in the Portland area? Consider asking your organization to host a flower arrangement.
- Do you own a local business and want to host a flower arrangement?
- Contact me at email@example.com
Introduction to Glaze Formulation
This class will introduce students to the materials used to create glazes. Through a series of labs we will become familiar with the constituent materials and then combine them to design our own glaze. Through this process students will be introduced to methods they can use to alter glazes to correct flaws, change color or adjust texture. All labs will be fired to Cone 6 in an oxidation atmosphere. Skills learned in this course can be applied to any firing temperature or atmosphere.
This class is for Intermediate students with prior experience working with clay and glaze in typical classroom setting.
|Thursday, January 19, 2017||6:00 PM – 8:00 PM|
|Thursday, January 26, 2017||6:00 PM – 8:00 PM|
|Thursday, February 2, 2017||6:00 PM – 8:00 PM|
|Thursday, February 9, 2017||6:00 PM – 8:00 PM|
|Thursday, February 16, 2017||6:00 PM – 8:00 PM|
|Thursday, February 23, 2017||6:00 PM – 8:00 PM|