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Jack Yu is a ceramics artist with extensive teaching experience in China and the US, whose work ranges from thrown, functional wares to large-scale sculptural installations in clay.

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Faculty

Barry Bartlett creates ceramic sculptures that take on questions of conflict, evolution, warfare, suburban sprawl, kitsch, and commemoration.

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Joshua Primmer is a maker of utilitarian ceramics and multimedia sculpture that are as much about form, function, process, and material as they are about peaceful monumentality. He has shown his work across the United States and in Canada.

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Faculty

Aysha Peltz’s ceramics blur the lines between utility and art, as the material properties of clay itself—the way it swells, fissures, and tears under its own weight—create a certain kind of poetry.

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Yoko Inoue’s multidisciplinary art practice anthropologically examines complex relationships between people and objects, the commodification of culture, and the assimilation and transformation of cultural meaning and values. Using ceramic medium she explores the socio-political and economic implication of products and globalization.

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Anina Major is a visual artist from the Bahamas whose work investigates the relationship between self and place. Anthropological research and oral histories play fundamental roles in her practice as she engages with ceramic material to map migrations of tradition and identity.

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Philosophy faculty member and art critic Karen Gover's review of Barry Bartlett's new work appeared in a recent issue of Ceramics: Art and Perception, a leading international magazine in the field of ceramic arts. 

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The New York Foundation for the Arts has awarded faculty member Yoko Inoue a Fellowship in Crafts/Sculpture. The $7,000 fellowships are awarded to individual artists living and working in New York State and are intended to fund an artist’s vision or voice. See their website for more information. 

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Selected senior projects in ceramics

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Selected work from The Language of Material and Process in Ceramics

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Bennington’s wood-fired kiln offers students an opportunity to gain skills in firing and glazing.

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Usdan, We Have a Problem

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Yoko Inoue's class addresses issues of hunger in the town of Bennington through public action, and fosters a new environment in which community between residents and students can develop. 

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For her feature story in Ceramics Monthly about the influential work of Stanley Rosen, who taught generations of ceramics students at Bennington, philosophy faculty member Karen Gover interviewed one of Rosen’s former students, Josh Green ’81, executive director of the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA).

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In March, Woodbury Grant recipient Martha Grover ’02 returned to Bennington as a visiting ceramics artist.

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“In higher education, ceramics is often taught with a community-oriented spirit,” said Joshua Green ’81. “Students work together in a common space and in front of one another. They’ll put their works together in a kiln load that’s then fired collaboratively. Ceramics tends to draw in students who value community.”

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When Brian Vu ’16 was a student at Bennington, he studied Dance and Ceramics, two complementary fields that appealed to him in physical and tangible ways.

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On Sunday, November 17, the southern Vermont community will come together at Mount Anthony Union Middle School for the 2019 Bennington Empty Bowls Supper