Join our Craft and Material Studies clay area students for a fundraising event at Quirk Gallery! Undergraduate students, graduate students and faculty will have work available for purchase. Proceeds from this event will go towards funding for student attendance at the annual ceramic conference, NCECA, hosted in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in March 2018.
NCECA, National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts, is an annual conference for ceramic artists and educators. This conference exposes students to the national reach of ceramic education. Exhibitions, demonstrations, discussions, sales and more will allow attendees access to the national ceramic community.
GRADUATE OPEN HOUSE ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7th
On Saturday, October 7th, VCUarts and the Department of Craft and Material Studies will host a fall Graduate Open House. This is a great opportunity to learn more about our MFA program. Meet Susie Ganch, Associate Professor and Department Chair and Glass Area Professor, Jack Wax. MFA graduate students will be there to greet you, answer questions, and give you a tour of the graduate studios.
The schedule will be:
11:00am: Coffee and pastries at the Depot, 814 W. Broad Street
12:00–2:00pm: Department visits
2:00–3:00pm: Graduate Open Studios
If you plan to attend or need more information, please contact Cindy Myron at email@example.com. We look forward to your visit!
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5 | 12:45 PM | FINE ARTS BUILDING, CRAFT AND MATERIAL STUDIES CRITIQUE ROOM 1 (ROOM 238)
Anjali Srinivasan’s creative practice and research explores socio-economic empowerment through collaboration with traditional craft artisans in India. Her work has been included in several solo exhibitions in India, Sydney College of Arts in Australia, and Heller Gallery in New York. Anjali is the recipient of numerous awards and grants including a grant from The Ruth Chenven Foundation, an Andy Warhol Foundation Grant for Arts Writers, and was most recently awarded a Jutta Cuny-Franz Foundation Memorial Award. Additionally, her work has been exhibited internationally in Denmark, Switzerland, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia.
Anjali holds degrees from Rhode Island School of Design (MFA 2017), Alfred University (BFA 2002), and National Institute of Fashion Technology in New Delhi, India (Accessories Design Diploma 1998) and is currently an Assistant Professor at Massachusetts College of Art and Design in Boston.
THURSDAY, JUNE 15 | 5 – 8 PM | QUIRK HOTEL | 201 W BROAD ST