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Artistic Adventures: Adamah Art Studios in May and June



The season kicked off with two firing workshops led by Jarred Pfeiffer. The first was a salt fire workshop that saw an impressive 786 pieces fired in the catenary arch of the Anagama kiln. This workshop was a remarkable success, with participants eagerly awaiting the unveiling of their uniquely finished pieces. 


Following the salt fire workshop, Jarred conducted a second firing session focused on a variety of low-fire techniques. Participants had the opportunity to explore raku, barrel, saggar, and pit firing methods. Each technique provided a different approach to low-fire ceramics, offering a rich learning experience and stunning results. 



Next, we had the pleasure of welcoming Steven Hill for the first week of his Journey workshop. This year-long program will see participants returning to Adamah in the fall and next spring, culminating in a final show. The Journey workshop promises to be a transformative experience for all involved, with Steven Hill guiding his students through an in-depth exploration of their artistic potential. 


Additionally, we celebrated the return of our "Communing with Clay" workshop, affectionately known as "clay camp," after a several-year hiatus. Claire Roszkowski, a dedicated art teacher from West High School, led the camp, engaging 10 high school students and 5 adults in a week filled with fun and creative exploration. This program's revival has generated excitement and anticipation for future camps, as we look forward to welcoming more youth from across the state to Adamah. 





As we look ahead to the next few months, we're excited to offer a variety of ceramics workshops alongside new mixed-media workshops suitable for artists of all levels. Many of our mixed-media workshops are designed with beginners in mind, so if you're eager to explore a new hobby, don't let a lack of experience hold you back. Whether you're a seasoned artist or just starting out, there's something for everyone. For recommendations or to learn more about which workshop might be the best fit for you, give Tia a call at 608-574-9693. We look forward to welcoming you to our creative community at Adamah Art Studios!




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