Upcoming Events

Tune into the Baltimore Clayworks Resident Artist Talk series to learn more about our resident artists and the work they create!

Join us Tuesday, January 24 from 2 – 2:30 pm
for the Artist Talk with

Adam Chau | Curator of “Lunar New Year” exhibition

Adam Chau works primarily in ceramics and operates a studio in Cold Spring, NY. After receiving a BFA degree (MECA, 2010) in studio ceramics, he decided to pursue industrial ways of production by receiving a Masters in Design (SAIC, 2013). He has exhibited and lectured internationally with a wide publication list on his research into ceramic technology. In 2018 he was awarded the NCECA Emerging Artist Fellowship and in 2019 became a member of the International Academy of Ceramics.
Register for the Resident Artist Talk with Adam Chau!
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"Lunar New Year” Curated by Adam Chau. Main Gallery

The Lunar Project, curated by Adam Chau, invites fourteen AAIP artists to celebrate the Asian New Year and create work inpsired by the Asian zodiac - a rabbit for the year 2023. Multiple cultures are represented in this project including China, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Myanmar, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam. 

Artists included:
Ian Basset, Ling Chun, WangLing Chou, Grace Gittleman, Gunyoung Kim, Steven Kin, Nikki Lau, Cindy Leung, Mari Ogihara, Eun-Ha Paek, Shoji Satake, Juliane Shibata, Hitomi and Takuro Shibata, Micah Sweezie

“Care•ful/less” Solo Exhibition by Gerald A. Brown. Solo Gallery

Care•ful/less is a glimpse at the inherent friction occurring internally when realizing one’s fullest self. Tending to one’s gifts, flaws and dreams is messy and often conflicts with one’s desire to be more careless or more careful.  A moment of celebration and bereavement, this is a grand toast as well as salute to internal battle waged, within a young Black girl.

“EARTH and LIFE” Solo Exhibition by Wayman Scott. Community Arts Gallery

Earth and Life, pays tribute to historical figures and bears witness contemporary struggles. It highlights the likes of Mother Mary Lang, who founded the first black catholic school in America, along with Frederick Douglass, and Elijah Cummings for their work toward civil rights and freedom of black people during their lives.

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