Demonstrations – Workshop

Demonstration Programme

sessions lasting 2 hours approx.

 

Jérôme Galvin
Sunday 26 August 2.30pm  and Friday 31 August 2018 3 pm

Jérôme Galvin is a young ceramic artist working from Moustiers-Sainte-Marie in the Alps of the Haute Provence region since 1998.

Jérôme works with earthenware and glazed clay which he decorates with talent. He uses a mix of floral designs and graphic type to bring his pieces to life. Jérôme will be presenting his decorative techniques developed from his six years of decorating china in an industrial environment and his rich imagination.

CCCLB workshop, 30 seats.

 

Dominique Garet
Every day from sunday 26  to  friday 31 august 2018 2pm

Dominique Garet, after an internship with Owen Watson and a training at the CNIFOP comes for the first time at La Borne in 1979, he settles down there in 1980 and builds in 1982 the  three rooms wood kiln in the workshop which he shares with Janet Stedman. He shares it with Roz Herrin today.

They produce a varied range of  ceramics, from the very big garden jar to decorative or usual objects for the house, through finials …  Dominique makes objects marrying harmoniously contemporary decoration and revisited traditional forms.

Dominique will show the wheel throwing technical, at the « Ateliers Talbot » a traditional La Borne workshop .

Ateliers Talbot studio

Sangwoo Kim
Saturday 25 August 2018 2.30 pm

Sangwoo Kim is a ceramist artist who studied the Fine arts in Korea. He concentrates mainly on the clay material before specializing in porcelaine and obtaining its ceramic Master’s degree.

Since 2015, he lives and works in France, Bourgogne area.

In this demonstration, Sangwoo Kim presents the Korean traditional technique “Onggi” making big jar with pieces of clay and foot throwing. This technique to build quickly big and solid volumes is an ancestral technique which dates more than 1500 years and is a real dance which sound and movement in any harmony.

This technique accompanies him until today in his contemporary creation works.

Marquee A, 30 seats.

 

Francine Michel
Sunday 26 August 2018 2.30 pm

After drawing, painting and varied forms of crafts, 1989 was the year of a decisive and revealing meeting with the clay which decided on her artistic expression.

Work the clay with hands, build up a volume to the infinity, create a shape
in the space was a revelation.
The coil became its mode of expression and preference.

Francine proposes a demonstration of the technique of the coil allows the realization of hollow volumes with freedom of forms and sizes, without potter’s wheel and with only little equipment.

CCCLB workshop, 30 seats.

 

Sangwoo Kim
Monday 27 August 2018 3 pm

Sangwoo Kim is a ceramist artist who studied the Fine arts in Korea. He concentrates mainly on the clay material before specializing in porcelaine and obtaining its ceramic Master’s degree.

Since 2015, he lives and works in France, Bourgogne area.

In this demonstration, Sangwoo Kim presents the Korean traditional technique “Onggi” making big jar with pieces of clay and foot throwing. This technique to build quickly big and solid volumes is an ancestral technique which dates more than 1500 years and is a real dance which sound and movement in any harmony.

This technique accompanies him until today in his contemporary creation works.

Marquee A, 30 seats.

 

 

Raphaël Meyer

Wednesday 29 August 2018  3 pm

Raphaël Meyer was born in Strasbourg in 1974. He moved to the Dordogne where in 2002, he built an Anagama kiln.

His qualifications come from the Ceramic Industries of Sèvres, and having worked on a wheel for many years in many different workshops and manufacturing environments, he has decided to devote himself to his own personal work.

His influences originate in Japan (Bizen, Shigaraki, etc.), as well as coming from North America where a number of ceramists’ gave him the desire to ‘unlearn ‘what he knew and develop his own modelling techniques.

Raphaël Meyer will demonstrate the throwing of a large dish weighing 25 kg.

CCCLB workshop, 30 seats.

 

Charlotte Poulsen
Tuesday 28 August 2018  3 pm

 

Charlotte Poulsen, was born in Denmark in 1950.
She studied ceramics at the Aarhus Kunstakademi from 1969-1973.
She was a teacher at the Aarhus Kunstakademi in Denmark from 1978 -1980.
She moved to La Borne in 1981, and fires her work using wood and gas kilns.
Her pieces make up a ‘bestiary’ of highly-varied expressions.
First of all there are the fish, the garfish and the turbot, then the herbivores, the giraffe, okapi, lama and Kudu.
And the last ones rise into the air, migrating and humming birds alike, and these have become more abstract.

Her project is to construct a tree of hummingbirds, based on elements that have been thrown, sculpted and assembled.

CCCLB workshop, 30 seats.

Dominique Coenen

Monday 30 August 2018  3 pm

Dominique Coenen creates expressionnist sculptures. She uses black or red stoneware clay which she partly covers with oxide. She works with a range of techniques such as working with lumps of clay for smaller pieces or Korean clay coils for larger works, as well as the African “ball” technique.

She studied at the Fine Arts Academy in Belgium and trained with Céline Laurent Dessort at the CPIFAC (International Professional Centre for Training in the Ceramic Arts), Nancy, France. She has lived in France for many years, and has exhibitions in Belgium, France, and Switzerland etc.

For this demonstration, she will use the Korean coil and African ball methods.

www.dominique-coenen.odexpo.com

CCCLB workshop, 30 seats.

Workshop pogramme

Workshop: Peter Callas
Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 August 2018

Peter Callas is an American ceramist, born in 1951, who works and lives in Belvidere, near New-York City.

In Japan, he developed his knowledge of the Anagama kiln, and in 1978 he went on to build the first kiln of its type in the USA. In the same year he began collaborating with Peter Voulkos, the innovatory artist and ceramist.

Peter Callas’ work is highly diverse. His tea bowls are wood-fired, and bear witness to their strong associations with nature and his own personal history with Japan. His sculptures possess their own languages and are part of the world of contemporary art.

At La Borne, Peter Callas is offering a two-day workshop as an introduction to his world of very free expression.

CCCLB Workshop, 15 places (minimum 8 participants), Price: 300€ for both days

www.petercallas.com

Workshop: Francine Mava Sau
Sunday 26 and thursday 30 August 2018

Francine Mava Sau is a teaching ceramist in School of Fine Arts of Kinshasa, graduate of a Master’s degree in tropical preservation of ceramics in tropical climate.

After its participation in the seminary in 2003 in Kinshasa on wood firing and Raku  by Anne-Marie Kelecom, Francine Mava Sau multiplies study trips and meetings in Benin,  Togo,  China,  Belgium to make known the Congo ceramic  and discover other techniques.

Françine Mava Sau is one of the big specialists and the defender of the contemporary Congo ceramic.

Francine proposes a worshop dedicated to the shaping of a mask, an imaginary work and to the firing in paper kiln.

 

Anne-Marie Kelecom studio, 41 Grd’Route, La Borne, 10 places (minimum 4 participants), Price: 150 € for both days
Sunday 26 August : 2 to 5 pm
Thusday 30 August : 9 am to 5 pm

Workshop: Sangwoo Kim
Sunday 26 and tuesday 28 August 2018

 

Sangwoo Kim is a ceramist artist who studied the Fine arts in Korea. He concentrates mainly on the clay material before specializing in porcelaine and obtaining its ceramic Master’s degree.

Since 2015, he lives and works in France, Bourgogne area.

The Korean traditional technique “Onggi” is used to make big jar with pieces of clay and foot throwing. This technique to build quickly big and solid volumes is an ancestral technique which dates more than 1500 years and is a real dance which sound and movement in any harmony.

This technique accompanies him until today in his contemporary creation works.

For these workshops, Sangwoo Kim accompanying you durring a day in the shaping of a jar onggi. Every participant will learn to prepare pieces of clay and to assemble them then  make the jar on the foot potter’s wheel.

www.sangwookim.com

Barnum A, 6 participants- mini 6,   Price : 150€ the day,  10h00 à 17h00

 

Workshop: Seungho Yang
Thursday 30 august 2018

   “Surface texture ”

This workshop is open to anyone who is interested in Seungho Yang’s work, sharing techniques and philosophical background of his work.

Conference; What is ceramics ?
Demonstration of 3 different methods achieving cracked surface texture.

Participants try out techniques

 

CCCLB workshop, mini 8 /maxi 10 participants , Price:  150 €

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