Photo: Eleni Berg.

KARI MARBOE
GHP Fellowship Artist July 8 August 9, 2019

Kari Marboe is an artist who combines her archival research and ceramics practice to create works that engage the public. She is an Assistant Professor at California College of the Arts, where she will be the Interim Chair of the Ceramics Program in Spring 2019/2020. Those semesters will be the first time a woman has been Chair of the Ceramics Program since Viola Frey, and Marboe will create a new project based on Frey’s leadership and community philosophies during those semesters. During her July 8 – August 9, 2019 fellowship, Marboe will delve into the Pottery’s archive to create new work.

Our residencies foster an artist’s development by providing time, space and material in the center of the art world. The resident has access to a private studio space (20’ x 17’) during the Pottery’s regular business hours, free stocked clay and access to gas and electric firings.

Greenwich House Pottery, a non-profit (501c3) organization, is New York City’s premier ceramic facility. Originally founded in 1909 to teach immigrants a marketable skill in the spirit of the Arts & Crafts Movement, the Pottery is now an arts center for the local and international community that strives to support the history and future of the ceramic arts through its educational facilities, artist residency and gallery.

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