George Washington University Ceramics
MFA Candidates and Recent Graduates 
October 13 - November 7, 2003
Artists' reception Wednesday, Nov. 5, 6:00 - 8:00pm. The public is welcome.


  Teapot by Shelley Stevens

The ceramics graduate program at George Washington University is distinguished by its broad scope.  Courses are offered in all aspects of ceramics: architectural applications, industrial methods, glaze formulation, mosaic design, sculpture, handbuilding, and advanced throwing techniques.

Graduate students from the program reflect this diversity.  Their work encompasses conceptual art installations, functional pottery forms, mixed media, figurative sculpture, wheel-thrown sculpture, large handbuilt forms, and explorations of the surface from the radical to the highly refined. 

The work of a dozen ceramics MFA candidates and recent graduates are showcased in this exhibition: Liz Duarte (2003 Graduate), Jacqueline Kierans (2003 Graduate), Tim Wallace (2003 Graduate), Carl Schoenberger (Thesis Level), Shelley Stevens (Thesis Level), Polly Beach (2nd Year), Joe Hicks (2nd Year), Jenna McCracken (2nd Year), Sharon Murray (2nd Year), Leanne Juliana (1st Year), Sherlyn Knight (1st Year), and Mary Yeagley (1st Year).


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