May 1, 2024 by Stewart Ikeda
On Saturday May 11, 2024, The Umbrella Arts Education Program and The Umbrella Ceramics Studio will host a fun pre-Mothers Day celebration here at 40 Stow Street!From 11AM-5PM, find a perfect gift at our Community Ceramics Sale, then tour the Allie Kussin Gallery to be inspired by some truly stunning artwork by accomplished ceramic artists.And from 2PM-4PM,... Keep Reading »
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May 13, 2022 by Pam Ellertson
Master class ceramics artist and teacher Ben Eberle will lead a two-day workshop at The Umbrella Arts Center this weekend. In doing so he is returning to the place that literally shaped his life and career back when he threw his first pot in an Umbrella art studio as a young teen.“I didn’t even know what a potter’s wheel was,” said Eberle of his first experience with... Keep Reading »
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February 14, 2022 by Rachel Olson
Thank you to everyone who attended this weekend's Make/See/Know/Believe ceramics workshop with with Mark Shapiro and Sam Taylor! Over the course of two days, Mark and Sam shared their years of experience in making and decorating ceramics through interactive discussions and demonstrations. Attendees had the opportunity to learn techniques and skills from the two... Keep Reading »
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January 24, 2022 by Rachel Olson
Join us for a two-day workshop with Sam Taylor and Mark Shapiro. We are proud to host these two potters for a weekend of demonstrations, lectures, and making, exploring the intersections and diversions of their process in this collaborative event.Saturday, February 12, 10am-4pmA Conversation Through MakingArtist lectures and demonstrationsSunday, February 13, 10am-4pmThe... Keep Reading »
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June 21, 2021 by Rachel Olson
As the Ceramics Studio continues to re-open for our community this summer, The Umbrella will resume its month-by-month independent drop-in access to the studio to use our wheels, handbuild, or glaze. This program is for experienced ceramics students who have taken at least one ceramics class, and are automatically included for students enrolled in semester-long classes.... Keep Reading »
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April 12, 2019 by Stewart Ikeda
The Umbrella Ceramics Program is pleased to invite the public to attend the charitable fundraising event, Empty Bowls, presented this year with Littleton Community Farm at Orange Door Kitchen, 251 Arlington St, West, Acton MA from 7:00 to 9:00 pm on Saturday, April 13, 2019.Guests will savor hearty soups and will take home a handcrafted bowl, many by... Keep Reading »
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Ceramics Artist Ashwini Bhat
March 7, 2019 by Stewart Ikeda
Intensive Workshop with International Artist April 6 The Umbrella has teamed up with Lacoste-Keane Gallery to introduce Concord region audiences and artists to the dazzling work of internationally exhibited ceramics artist, Ashwini Bhat. On April 6, 2019, artists are invited to a hands-on, three-hour intensive workshop introducing the techniques and... Keep Reading »
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Mike Roche at Wheel in New Ceramics Studio
February 12, 2019 by Stewart Ikeda
Writer Christine Diaz went behind the scenes of The Umbrella's new state of the art Ceramics Studios and classrooms in a wonderful new feature article, Reimagined Space Helps Build a Regional Center for Ceramic Arts. Also the parent of a former Ceramics student, Diaz brings an informed perspective to describing the impacts of The Umbrella's major... Keep Reading »
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