Tag Archives: The Pottery Workshop
The Pottery Workshop, Jingdezhen has been working with Cambridge’s Fitzwilliam Museum to get a project off the ground since 2010. We are happy that Edmund de Waal, James Lin and Tao Tao Chang are able to visit Jingdezhen to gather experiences and insights. If you are in Jingdezhen on Friday, please come to The Pottery Workshop Education Center at 7:30pm to hear what Edmund will share with the Jingdezhen community.
China’s future is looking brighter as a cycling club begins their journey with moral and financial support from our staff, resident artists and friends in the community. The Pottery Workshop is happy to sponsor young individuals who are able to realize goals for themselves, while helping others make China a better nation. We wish them the best as they begin their journey today!!! (the following in an excerpt from http://www.womenofchina.cn/html/womenofchina/report/142238-1.htm) Sixteen college students from the Jingdezhen [...]
This is our Resident Artists Jae Hyun Jim. She was born in Korea and now goes to school in the United States. At 18, Jae is the youngest Resident Artist at The Pottery Workshop, Jingdezhen. Her pleasant demeanor and work ethic has impress her community. The bird chopstick holders she has designed and created will serve as fundraisers for children with cleft palettes. We wish her the best in her next adventure!!!
Malin Jansson returns to Jingdezhen from Malmo, Sweden. This is her second time to The Pottery Workshop, Jingdezhen as a Resident Artist. In March, Malin lead a group of students to Jingdezhen and Malin stayed to focus on her own designer jewelry after they returned home in early April. If you wish to see more of Malin’s work, please see her website: http://www.malinjansson.com.
The year of the Dragon has begun. We have hit the ground running and the cold winter months are behind us. On February 20th, the staff reported for duty and we have are happy to welcome three new members to our team. In Residency Program, we have Snow, who will team-up with Maggie to coordinate the Residency Program. In Education Center, Neri will be working with Li Ming to develop classes, promote ceramics in China [...]
The Pottery Workshop, Jingdezhen has new adjustable, red, padded chairs for the artists participating in the Residency Program! Our resident artists come from all over the world to give themselves up to the mystic of Chinese culture. Since The Pottery Workshop, Jingdezhen opened in 2005, staff have been teaching our guests how to adapt to local customs and the non-ergonomic, hard wooden or bamboo chairs have taken their toll. We decided this last week (after [...]