New Voices Lecture with Nicole Aquillano
Presented By Ceramics Program
Location: Ceramics Studio
Thursday 9/26 05:30 PM
This event is free to the public. RSVP to Kathy King at email@example.com. Space is limited.
Slide Presentation: 5:30pm – 6:30 pm
Description of the Event
A rising star in contemporary ceramics, Nicole Aquillano uses the technique of Mishima to inlay architectural imagery on functional porcelain ceramics. After recently establishing her studio in the Fort Point Area of Boston, she brings a fresh perspective to being a full-time studio artist actively exhibiting their work in both galleries and the virtual marketplace. You can read a recent interview
with Nicole on Boston.com.
This event is free to the public. RSVP to Kathy King firstname.lastname@example.org
. Space is limited.
was raised in Pittsburgh, PA as Nicole Kowalski. She took the unconventional path to becoming a full-time studio potter, first earning degrees in mathematics and civil engineering, and working for the Environmental Protection Agency. In 2010 she followed her passion to Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) in Providence, RI to earn her MFA in ceramics, after which she set up her studio in the Fort Point Area of Boston. She exhibits her work at juried and invitational art shows, galleries and retail stores across the country.
Filed Under: Visual Arts
Hope you are enjoying the last bit of summer...I have been busy in the studio preparing for some upcoming artist talks and fall sales! On Thursday, September 26th at Harvard Ceramics, mark your calendars to come hear how and why I make my work! This new voices lecture starts at 5:30pm and is free and open to the public, just be sure to RSVP!
And if you're a planner and willing to travel, save the date for an upcoming artist talk, workshop, and solo show, at Brockway Center for Arts and Technology in Brockway, PA: November 1st-2nd! (details to follow!)
Fall is a busy time for sales, with the holidays fast approaching (they will be here before you know it)! First up, this weekend is the Boston Ahts (Arts) Festival
in Christopher Columbus Park, complete with a great line-up of artists including both makers and performers. Be sure to check it out this Saturday and Sunday from 12-8pm, and stop by my booth and say hi! Don't miss the fireworks at 9pm Sunday!
Then next weekend if you happen to find yourself in Rhode Island, be sure to stop by the Arts Marketplace: Pawtucket
! The event runs Saturday through Sunday, September 7th & 8th from 10am-4pm at the Pawtucket Armory Arts Center, 172 Exchange Street, Pawtucket RI.
After that is a weekend off, to gear up for the following weekend with a truck show at Fire Opal
, located at 683 Centre Street, during Jamaica Plains Open Studios: Sept 21-22nd...details to follow!
Thanks for taking the time to hear my news! Hope you have a great labor day weekend!