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Clay Class Ceramics for Teens and Adults 

Clay artist Brandon Lutterman will teach our ceramic workshops this year.  In these workshops we will explore handbuilding techniques in clay, allowing young artists to use their imagination while being guided by the LMU ceramics faculty and assistant. After the creation of the work, the young artists will be taught to apply colored slip to their work, followed by a clear glaze. The work will be once fired and available for pick up  at a later date TBA on last day of class. The time to pick up the child’s artwork will be announced during the final day of class. Please be advised that parent participation is also greatly appreciated.

July 17 - 21st

5pm til 7PM

LMU Art Center
Cumberland Gap, TN

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Clay Class for Kids Grades 1-5

In this workshop we will explore handbuilding techniques in clay, allowing young artists to use their imagination while being guided by the LMU ceramics faculty and assistant.  After the creation of the work, the young artists will be taught to apply colored slip to their work, followed by a clear glaze. The work will be once fired. The Date and Time to pick up the child’s artwork will be announced during the final day of class. Please be advised that parent participation is also greatly appreciated.

June 5-8
9 a.m. – 11 a.m.
LMU Art Center
Cumberland Gap, TN

This workshop is $40 for the 4-day course.
Limited seating. Register now.
Limited number of scholarships available.

Registration: Click here to register online for this event.

 

 


 
About Brandon Lutterman

Brandon Lutterman received his BFA and Master of Arts degrees in Ceramics at Minnesota State University, Mankato and the MFA in Ceramics from Kansas State University. He is Assistant Professor of Visual Art and Program Director at Lincoln Memorial University, in Harrogate, TN. He has worked at Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts, the University of Maine at Augusta, Southern Maine Community College, University of Southern Maine and Instructor of Ceramics at Bowdoin College Craft Center. His work is exhibited regionally, nationally, internationally and held in public and private collections, including the Beach Museum in Manhattan, Kansas, The Kansas State University Collection and Kerameikon Collection of Contemporary World Ceramics.

A family man and father of three beautiful children, his Jurassic Series was influenced by his desire to be a cool dad and artist, inspired by his family to create works that talk to a broader audience. His current body of work expresses the importance of preservation and being aware of one’s own personal duty to preserve this world. The works are created to celebrate life, prompt more stewardship, awareness and preservation of all life. There is an unseen precious balance between the industrial man and what will become of our bio diverse population of organisms, fish, plants animals, habitat and nature in general. Art for Professor Lutterman is a balance of life, therapy, profession, and a passion that documents his own journey.

For information about workshops and available scholarships, contact Brandon Lutterman at Brandon.Lutterman@lmunet.edu or call him at 423-869-6256. 

 

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423.869.3611 | 800.325.0900
6965 Cumberland Gap Parkway
Harrogate, TN 37752