The Pancoe Art Education Center houses the Clay Studio, which includes studios and an outdoor kiln. Master artist Hiroshi Sueyoshi works in a fully-equipped, on-site studio focused exclusively on clay. The Clay Studio is established to further the techniques, forms and conventions of clay, while encouraging experimentation in contemporary medium, concepts and techniques.
The Studio offers classes and workshops for both novice and accomplished artists. It offers a unique laboratory for study and work in clay arts, providing visiting artists and craftsmen a unique venue for collaborative projects. The facility provides a laboratory of experimentation and innovation in clay.
The Pancoe Clay Studio was established to further the techniques, formsand conventions of clay, while encouraging experimentation incontemporary medium, concepts and techniques. Master artist Hiroshi Sueyoshi offers group instruction, demonstration and individual assistance in clay hand-building, wheel-throwing and glazing techniques. Classes are appropriate for both novice and experienced clay artists and all levels are invited to participate.
Morning Classes Limit 15 Students [March 18 – May 13, M, W 9:00 am –12:00 pm]
Evening Classes Limit 10 students [March 19 - May 14, T, TH 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm]
A native of Tokyo, Hiroshi arrived in the U.S. in 1971 to help build Humble Mill Pottery in Asheboro, NC. Sueyoshi has taught at numerous institutions including Cape Fear Community College.
Sueyoshi has exhibited his award winning work in exhibitions across America. His work is in private, corporate, and institutional collections including the Renwick Gallery at the Smithsonian Institute. Hiroshi is a graduate of Tokyo Aeronautical College and the Ochanomizu Design School.
Display cases exhibit ceramic works from the museum collection and include historic to contemporary artwork, and occasionally special exhibitions. The ceramics gallery is available to visitors during open hours in the Clay Studio.
Come join in and see what it is like to work with clay for the first time. Pancoe Art Education Center at Cameron Art Museum provides open studio time and assistance with clay “making” one time at No Cost. If you are an artist working in another media this is your chance to practice with clay. Experienced potters who want a consultation are also welcome. Please call before you come to the Pancoe Clay Studio 910-794-9717.
This project was supported by the N.C. Arts Council, a division of the Department of Cultural Resources.
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