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Dunts are breaks that occur in ceramic forms when atmosphere induces stress.
The resident artists of Seward Park Clay Studio will create a collectivized sculpture in ceramic and wood. The public is invited to participate in this unfolding work by adding fired clay components to a sculptural superstructure. Individual fired clay objects will be offered to the audience for them to finish with color, text or motif. Finished pieces will be added to the assembly. The content of the piece will grow as the work is completed, exposing themes originating in both process and form. Participants will connect to the work through their collective ownership of the work’s aesthetic. The work is a critique of our studio community and medium. Questions of access, development, and inclusion echo between our individual studio and the city as a whole.
Seward Park Clay Studio’s mission is to promote the growth of the ceramic arts by providing a broad range of educational programs, events and studio opportunities for artists, in a community clay arts facility. Located in the most beautiful park along Lake Washington, Seward Park Clay Studio has been a vital element in the Northwest’s visual arts community since 1969. We offer community classes in wheel throwing and hand building for adults and children, in both low-fire and high-fire temperature ranges. Our teachers are among the best in the region, and are recognized nationally and internationally for their work. Students are invited to make work outside of class time in our open studio hours available every day of the week. We welcome you to take a class, participate in our workshops, or by giving financially to help others take part in the many opportunities that we offer.