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Picasso as the Muse Ceramic Workshop

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This workshop starts with a tour of Picasso’s Ceramic Studio, an exhibition that includes ceramic works from Remai Modern’s collection. Then, accomplished ceramicist Sandra Ledingham will lead the class through the process of hand building clay plates, using clay slips and additive clay to build up surfaces and narratives. The slab approach to building is suited to all levels of experience. Works will be transferred to kilns for firing and pick up. Use Picasso’s designs of birds, fish, figures, goats, bull fights, passageways, mythology as inspiration or conjure up your own ideas! Materials provided. 

$30 for members; $40 for non-members. This workshop is 18+. Capacity is limited so get your tickets soon!

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Where

Cameco Learning Studio

About the instructor

Sandra Ledingham’s formal studies include a BA in Sociology & Fine Arts and ceramic studies with Marilyn Levine at the University of Regina. Her informal education has been informed by time living in Paris as well as pivotal travels in Japan, Central America, New Zealand, Europe, and residing part time in the Yucatan region of Mexico. She has taught ceramics and design has at Concordia University, Portland; the University of Saskatchewan; and the Sask. Institute of Applied Science & Technology. Ledingham’s work was included in the 2021 Korean International Ceramic Biennale and the 2020 Taiwan International Ceramic Biennale. Recently, she completed a collaboration in the Yucatan, Mexico with local Mayan potters entitled Kukulkan, which now resides in the MUREM Museum. In 2020 she was awarded 3DGold in FusionArts’ exposition Colors and participated in their Palm Springs Exhibition. In the fall of 2018 Ledingham attended a residency & collaborated on an installation titled Departures – Examining A Paradigm Shift, which examined migration in the Mediterranean in Saint Quentin la Poterie France. In 2016 she was invited to collaborate internationally in New Zealand. In 2012 Sandra was commissioned to create a permanent sculpture in Saskatchewan’s Legislature in Regina entitled Multis E Gentibus Vires (Strengths of Many Peoples)

August 31, 2023 at 6:30PM 8:30PM