Ask Ceramic Artists Your Questions During
These Online Sculpture Demonstrations
Looking for a safe way to
experience the arts during the
pandemic? Sign up for the John
Natsoulas Gallery's online
workshops to watch live ceramic art
demonstrations without leaving your
The John Natsoulas Gallery in Davis,
California has launched a series of
online ceramic workshops hosted by
notable sculpture artists. The
workshops are held on Zoom and
include a live ceramic demonstration
followed by an artist Q&A.
By launching the online ceramic
workshops, the John Natsoulas
Gallery aims to respond to the
current pandemic by bringing
art demonstrations to you
The online workshops provide
you with the opportunity to
learn from the knowledge and
skills of leading ceramic artists
while you stay safe at home.
Each workshop is held as a three hour Zoom
session covering ceramic art topics including
coil-building, hand-building, glazing, and
surface decoration. You can learn from the
demonstration by simply watching the artist
work or by working in your own studio
alongside the presentation.
After the demonstration, you
are invited to ask questions
and converse with the artist in
an intimate virtual Q&A.
All participants receive a recorded
video of the workshop so you can
watch the demonstration again at
any time. You can purchase
downloadable recordings of
previous workshops on the John
Natsoulas Gallery website.
Upcoming ceramic workshops feature
artists including Esther Shimazu, Clayton
Keyes, Clifford Rainey, Yeonsoo Kim, and
Stan Welsh. Previous workshops you can
download have featured artists including
Kevin Snipes, Tip Toland, Michelle Gregor,
Patti Warashina, and Lisa Clague.
Since it was established over three decades
ago, the John Natsoulas Center for the Arts has
become one of California’s leading art galleries.
The Center is known for its educational
conferences, high-profile exhibitions, publishing
efforts, and support of emerging artists in
painting and sculpture.
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