Empty Bowls Fall 2017

PItzer’s Ceramic Students present Empty Bowls to benefit First Street Gallery Art Center, Claremont. A $15 ticket will get you one handmade bowl of your choice to keep, filled with tasty food prepared by the Grove House and the Shakedown Cafe.

Cash and Venmo accepted at the door.

GPS: Arts & Entrepreneurship with Alleghany Meadows

Alleghany Meadows is a ceramic artist with extensive knowledge and passion for the ceramic arts. He has worked on a range of projects along with Sam Harvey since 1995 and they began a gallery in July 2005.

Alleghany Meadows received his M.F.A. from Alfred University (1999) and his BA from Pitzer College, Claremont, CA (1994). He apprenticed with Takashi Nakazato, Karatsu, Japan, received a Watson Foundation Fellowship for field study of potters in Nepal, and was an artist in residence at Anderson Ranch Arts Center. Alleghany has presented lectures and workshops at various venues around the country, including Penland School of Crafts, Mendocino Art Center, and Oregon College of Arts and Crafts. He has shown widely in such venues as Odyssey Center for Ceramic Arts, Ashville; Baltimore Clayworks, Baltimore; Lill Street Gallery, Chicago; Chester Springs Studio, Chester Springs, PA; Santa Fe Clay, Santa Fe. He is the founder of Artstream Nomadic Gallery.

Stress Management and Mindfulness

Professor Ken Klee,  UCLA Law School,  and gifted energy healer will lecture on Stress Management and Mindfulness.  Monday, March 20th  7-9 PM in Broad Performance Space.

The event is sponsored by Campus Life Committee and the Program on Cross-Cultural Health and Healing.  It is free and open to the public.