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From "farm to table" to "kiln to table"... Throughout this informative and hands-on workshop, Ossandon demonstrates throwing functional forms on the wheel including cups, bowls, plates, pitchers, lidded forms, vases, and of course, a teapot or two.  Further demonstrations will go step by step in creating unique ceramic forms for specific foods and drinks. The focus will be on principles of design, form and function, as well as showing technical tricks on the wheel.   Heather will discuss her approach to glazing in both electric and wood environments. 


All skill levels.  Seats are limited.  


Saturday, May 5, 2018   (12pm-4pm)

Sunday, May 6, 2018      (12pm-2pm)

Heather Ossandon received her MFA from University of Delaware in 2015 and has recently completed a commission of custom dishware for Oloroso Restaurant in Philadelphia. Ossandon received her Bachelors of Fine Art at Montclair State University in 2004 where she was awarded an Artist Fellowship Residency at Sanboa Ceramic Art Center in China. Ossandon has travelled and has permanent works at Rancho Mastatal in Costa Rica, been a Summer Resident at the Catskill Mountain Foundation, NY, as well an Artist in Residence at Peter’s Valley Center for the Arts. Heather is currently Visiting Assistant Professor of Ceramics and 3D at Delaware State University, and continues to collaborate with local chefs throughout Philadelphia, PA. 


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