When Sat May 11 7pm — 11pm
Where Interactive Classroom
1825 Monetary Ln #104 Carrollton, TX 75006
What Ceramic Coterie: A History of Human Civilization through Ancient Pottery and Modern Cuisine; African
Host Liam Luu
Categories

Registration

  • Cost: Free
  • Restrictions:
    • Attendees require approval from the event host
    • Ages 18+

Cancellations for this event must be made before May 11, 2019 — 7:00pm.

Registration for the event is closed.

About this Event

Ceramic Coterie: A History of Human Civilization through Ancient Pottery and Modern Cuisine; African

Purpose:

To foster a welcoming space for beginner and master ceramic artist passionate about foods and culture, a place to come together in the spirit of exchanging ideas, encourage learning, and promoting friendship.

Once a month we will study, build, and snack our way through the history of human civilization from Neolithic Chinese ceramic to Greek red-figure vase; from ancient Roman vessels, to Native American pot.

Each month, after studying and choosing a new era and theme, members will produce a ceramic piece inspired by that period. All attendees MUST bring a handmade piece from that era. You will have one month until the next gathering to research and produce a piece inspired by that previously chosen time period.

Monthly prize will be awarded for the piece that, 1) best embodies the spirit of that era through form and decorations; AND 2) best incorporate a personal element that evoke a story, feeling, and experience of the artist.

Rules:

Food and beverages at the event will pair with the culture in which that’s month chosen pottery period come from.

All foods, drinks, and snacks MUST be served on handmade ceramics vessels.


Era: African
Theme: What Spark Joy
Culture: African

Please bring an African dish or treat to share. We will have a brief discuss about our pieces follow by consuming an inordinate amount of food and drink served on handmade ceramic pieces.

Future Ceramic Era:
Japanese
Roman
Chinese
Greek
Korean
Persian
Mayan
Egyptian
African
Italian
The Americas
Modern

Attachments