Cost: $75 – $200
Cost: $75 – $200
Make/Know/See/Believe is a 2-day workshop with Mark Shapiro and Sam Taylor. Mark and Sam will bring everything they do in their studios to this dynamic collaborative experience. We will throw, carve, alter, construct, decorate, and everything in between with an eye to bouncing all of our individual approaches off one another, creating an environment that values exploration. We are seeking the next pot and the next question. The event will include artists demonstrations and discussions on Saturday, and hands-on exploration of those experiences on Sunday.
Saturday, February 12: A Conversation Through Making
Mark and Sam will share their many years of making and decorating pottery and on and off the pottery wheel in a fun and interactive day. All are welcome to attend this event and experience the unique approaches of these two artists and the intersections of their process.
Sunday, February 13: Hands-on Workshop: The Conversation Expands
An interactive studio day with Mark and Sam. Participants will have the opportunity to explore the techniques discussed on Saturday with input and assistance from the Artists. This will be a hands-on event using The Umbrella Ceramics Studio facilities. All levels welcome; limited to 12 students; Saturday attendance required.
Registration for all youth and adult winter arts classes and workshops, as well as youth vacation week programs and summer arts camps, can be in-person, by phone at 978-371-0820 ext. 204, or online at TheUmbrellaArts.org/Education. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
ASK ABOUT: New student, military family, sibling discounts, and tuition assistance for individuals and families through the MCC EBT Card-to-Culture program.
ABOUT THE UMBRELLA
The Umbrella is a multifunction, nonprofit regional arts center dedicated to enriching lives and building a vibrant and inclusive creative community in historic Concord/Greater Boston-Metrowest. Its programs encompass arts education classes and summer camps, theater, music, film, visual arts galleries, sculpture exhibits, makerspace, public art and environmental events, and 50+ artists studios.