March 21 – May 23, 2016 | Margaret Lanzetta proposes to create a series of crowns and keys based on historical research of these objects in European, Asian and North African dynasties. Through the use of local and “borrowed” design
September 24 – December 7, 2018 | Malene Barnett is a cross-media contemporary artist and the head of Malene B, an art and design atelier in New York City. She is known for her bespoke carpet designs, which she creates based
July 9 - August 3, 2018 | Samuel Johnson is best known for his wood-fired utilitarian pottery. Johnson is interested in “shadow” or the concept that there is an aspect of our personalities that is hidden from our consciousness but
April 1 - June 30, 2018 | Primarily a sculptor, Pam Lins works across disciplines using classical to contemporary art, craft and design forms to question the nature of sculpture and materiality. Lins was a short-term resident at GHP in
March 1-30, 2018 | Contemporary artist, writer and filmmaker Nicolás Guagnini works across disciplines to engage with concepts of labor, capital and masculinity. His exhibitions frequently mix mediums—ceramic sculptures are paired with books from his personal library, flowers, ink-soaked pedestals
November 27 - February 23, 2018 | Eun-Ha Paek is an animation filmmaker and illustrator based in Brooklyn, NY who creates narratives that use humor to process the full range of human emotion. She brings the characters in these narratives
September 11 – November 18, 2017 | Contemporary artist, Rirkrit Tiravanija, is perhaps best known for creating installations and events that emphasize social engagement, though he creates traditional material-based art as well.
July 14 – August 30, 2017 | Greenwich House Pottery is pleased to announce Linda Lopez and Mathew McConnell as our current Fellows. Linda and Mathew have an obscure semblance in approach to sculpture, a similarity in scale and installation.
March 24 – May 19, 2017 | Ellen is a New York based artist who has been working in clay since graduate school at SVA. Her approach to clay is intuitive but not to say stream of consciousness. Her three-dimensional
November 21, 2016 – March 17, 2017 | Egyptian painter and sculptor, Ghada Amer, is our next artist in residence. Amer is a one-time Pollock-Krasner grant recipient who established the parameters of her residency in preparation for her upcoming solo