Red Lodge Clay Center Juried Show

8 Jan





Application Deadline: January 28, 2013


Notifications Mailed: February 28, 2013


Artist’s Reception: Friday, May 3, 2013


Exhibition Posted Online: Monday, May 6, 2013 by 10 AM Mountain Time


$35 Entry Fee: 3 entries, one accompanying detail per entry


The Second Bi-Annual Juried National is open to functional and sculptural ceramic artwork. It is our mission to provide a place for professionally minded ceramic artists to create new work and share the collective importance of art in our everyday lives. The Center hopes to extend our mission by showcasing the most current and thoughtful innovations and practices in the field of ceramics today. 



Dan Anderson is currently a full-time studio artist following 32 years of teaching ceramics at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (1970-2002). Anderson received his BS degree in art education from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls and his MFA degree in ceramics from Cranbrook Academy of Art. He is a NEA individual artist fellowship recipient plus he has been awarded six artist fellowships from the Illinois Arts Council. An avid wood firing enthusiast, he has his own anagama kiln at his Old Poag Road Clay and Glass studio/home, where he now spends 100% of his time. Red Lodge Clay Gallery, AKAR Gallery in Iowa City, Iowa, Gail Severn Gallery, Ketchum, Idaho and the Works Gallery in Philadelphia as well as other galleries throughout the United States represent his ceramics.



Juror’s Choice Award $500

Director’s Choice Award $300

Curatorial Choice Award $200


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