Programs

2017 Radical Enamel Workshops

Fired in a Modified Trash Can at the Lopez Workshop In July

Registrations are now open for our workshops in September and November.

Register now for:
Enameling Recycled Steel for Jewelry and Objects – a workshop with Melissa Cameron
Enameled and Embellished: China Painting and Book Covers – a workshop with Barbara McFadyen

The call for teaching proposals for the Center for Enamel 2018 Radical Enameling Workshops is now live. Deadline for proposal acceptance is December 2, 2017.

For more information about proposal guidelines – 2018 Guidelines

 

 

 

 

Large Scale Enameling  at KVO

KVO screening room

KVO silk-screening room

Thank you to all who have participated the 3-day residency program sponsored by the Center  at KVO Industries. There are 2 more dates set aside for the residency and individual weekend work days.  Facilitated access to the factory for individuals artists who want to do hands on work in the factory for a reduced day rate and at the same time work with other artists is proving to be very popular.

For detailed information and to register.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Online Exhibition

Jan Harrell showing one of her pieces during a 2015 Radical Enameling Workshop.

All workshop presenters, past and present, have been invited to participate in the Center’s first online exhibition. Part of the Center’s mission is to promote all those who are teaching in the field.  We hope that by featuring these wonderful artist/teachers in this first exhibition that we can honor the gift of their knowledge that they have so graciously given to their students and to all who come in contact with them. And show off their most current work!

 

 

 

 

Enamel Center News

Center Sponsors a 2018 Exhibition in  Taiwan

site for 2018 Taiwan Enamel Exhibition

We are pleased to announce that we have been invited to participate in a large enameling exhibition  April-August, 2018 in Taiwan.  The organizations sponsoring this exhibition are CTEAA ( Chinese Taipei Enamel Art Association) and the National Taiwan Craft Research & Development Institute. We will have a smaller exhibition within the larger exhibition based on the theme Place as Landscape, Place as Concept: Contemporary Enameling in the U. S. Hannah Sigur, our exhibitions coordinator, is curating this exhibition. Hannah hopes that the work she chooses for this show will then be exhibited locally when it returns from Taiwan later next year. Judy  Stone, our board president and founder of the Center, has been invited to travel to Taiwan to jury the student exhibition, which is part of this large exhibition, and give a talk about the Center for Enamel Art. We would like to thank Ching Chih Wu for all his help and support in coordinating Judy’s and the Center’s participation.

Center for Enamel Art Presence at the Enamelist Society Conference

Judy Stone led a spirited breakout session about growing the enamel community and the role the Center plays in and can play in furthering that growth . Stone and Kat Cole led another session about working in and within the enamel industry which focused on Cole’s project at KVO. Several Center volunteers and a few board members had pieces in the Society’s international and student exhibitions which

 Other Enamel News

Call for Entries: Influx, Enamelist Society Online Student Exhibition 2018

This exhibition is open to students at all levels of instruction,  The deadline  is November 30th. Cash prizes will be awarded.  Jurors are Kat Cole and Sandra Zilker. Questions: 770-807-0142. Click here for the registration form.