Life can be very unpredictable and surprising. Just when you think you've got it all figured out, life throws you a curve ball. A BIG curve ball! I spent all winter working and preparing myself for graduate school this fall. After a very successful application and interview process, I finally made the decision to attend Edinboro University for my graduate studies. However, that has all changed in the course of a month.
I am very happy to say that Joe has received and accepted a full-time faculty position in the Department of Art at Spelman College in Atlanta. This very joyful and somewhat unexpected offer has changed our whole situation. We now find ourselves closer to reaching major career and life goals then ever before. As much as I was looking forward to graduate school, it seems that I've been pulled down another path toward Atlanta, GA.
If you are looking at graduate schools in the coming years for ceramics, I highly recommend taking a good look at Edinboro University. I'm not sure what's in the water up there, but there are some pretty exciting things coming out of the ceramic department from both the undergrads and graduate students. Check out their program:
My class in the Craft Enrichment Program has come to an end for this semester, but I am happy to say that I will be teaching an animal sculpting class every Monday for the month of June. I had a wonderful group of students for the figure sculpting class and hope that you will be able to join us this summer for, "Hooves, Paws, and Claws." Hope to see you there!