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Pratt Gallery at Tashiro Kaplan Studios

Pratt Gallery at Tashiro Kaplan Studios is located at:
306 S. Washington #102
206.328.2200
http://www.pratt.org

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The Pratt Gallery at Tashiro Kaplan Studios showcases the artwork of instructors, students and renters, demonstrating the quality, strength and range of talent that is cultivated and made possible by programs offered at Pratt Fine Arts Center.

 

Since 1976, Pratt Fine Arts Center has offered art classes for everyone and workspace for artists in its equipment-rich facilities in Seattle's Central District. Pratt serves 3,400 students each year and more than 500 working artists use Pratt's affordable studios and equipment.

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Earth & Fire: Materials and Methods

artists: Group Exhibition

Opening Reception:
First Thursday, March 1, 5 - 8pm

NCECA Reception (open to the public):
Tuesday, March 27. 5 - 8pm

Pratt Fine Arts Center is pleased to present Earth & Fire: Materials and Methods, a group exhibition curated by Seattle-based artist and Pratt instructor Susan Balshor, concurrent with the 2012 National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts(NCECA) Conference in Seattle. The exhibition includes work in both clay and glass, materials comprised of earth and transformed through fire. Participating artists include Susan Balshor, Nancy Blair, Granite Calimpong, Judy Hill, Patricia Haase, Jessi Li, Julie Lindell, Crista Mateson, Carol Milne and Sue Rose. The exhibition opens on March 1, 2012 and will be on view at the Pratt Gallery at Tashiro Kaplan Studios through March 31, 2012. An additional NCECA reception (open to the public) will be held on March 27 from 5-8pm.

Guest curator Susan Balshor holds Master of Arts degrees in Sculpture and Philosophy. Balshor teaches at Pratt Fine Arts Center and has been a scholarship recipient, teaching assistant, artist assistant, and instructor at Pilchuck Glass School. For over twenty years, she has worked in both fine and industrial arts, creating primarily mixed media work incorporating bronze, wood, glass, plaster, steel, and paint.

The Pratt Gallery at Tashiro Kaplan Studios showcases the artwork of its instructors, students, and renters, demonstrating the quality, strength and range of talent that is cultivated and made possible by programs offered at Pratt Fine Arts Center.

Mar 01, 2012 — Mar 31, 2012

categories: contemporary, sculpture, glass, ceramics

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