Judith was a SU-CASA 2016 Grant recipient. http://lmcc.net/program/su-casa
Ceramic Workshops for Seniors introduce hand building techniques to create either functional or sculptural projects. Marilyn is known for her humorous creatures, Anne created a Flamenco Dancer and Robert made two lifelike miniatures. Each project is unique, and speaks to the aesthetics of the individual senior artist. Learning new fabrication techniques is only one facet. Painting and developing the surface detail is done with commercial underglaze colors, added after the bisque firing, a second firing is for the transparent glaze coat which seals the clay surface.
Youth Programs offered through Studio in a School
Colorful felt self portraits created by fifth graders at PS 16 in Brooklyn, using a styrofoam head as a base. Students worked on their portrait heads over a ten week period.
Students at a Studio in a School workshop build sculptures using assorted wooden shapes and paint. A final exhibition of works took place in the Middle School Cafeteria. These Public School programs follow the Learning Standards for Art and Literacy.