Competition

Ink & Clay 43

Exhibition Dates: 
September 16, 2017 to October 26, 2017
Location:
W. Keith & Janet Kellogg University Art Gallery

About Ink & Clay

Established in 1971, Ink & Clay is an annual competition of printmaking, drawing, ceramic ware, clay sculpture, installation and mixed media utilizing any variety of “ink” or “clay” as a material. The exhibition is sponsored by the W. Keith and Janet Kellogg University Art Gallery of California State Polytechnic University, Pomona and is underwritten by the generosity of the late Col. James “Jim” H. Jones with additional support from the Office of the University President. This year’s jurors are Joan Takayama-Ogawa, Nancy Haselbacher, ceramics and printmaking faculty, respectively, from the Otis College of Art and Design, and Anne Martens of the J. Paul Getty Museum. 

 

September 23, 2017

2:00 PM to 5:00 PM / 1121

Jurors for Ink Works

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Nancy Haselbacher

Born in New York City and raised in rural New England, Nancy Jo Haselbacher examines the ephemeral traces of inhabitation in physical spaces through her work. She explores issues of mystery, movement, and presence within the body and the landscape through forms of printmaking and photography. As a hybrid of one artist and graphic designer, Nancy taught digital media for fteen years and ran a small printmaking workshop in Boston before moving to Los Angeles to become Creative Director at the executive search rm, Korn/ Ferry International.

In 2004 she returned to the studio and academia earning an M.F.A. in Printmaking from The Rhode Island School of Design. She now maintains Indelible Press studio and an independent curating practice in Los Angeles while teaching printmaking as an Associate Professor at the Otis College of Art and Design. Her exhibition venues include Temple University in Rome, The Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, The Scuola Internazionale di Gra ca Venezia in Italy, The Craft and Folk Art Museum in Los Angeles, The Center for Contemporary Printmaking in Connecticut, and The Museum of Urban Art and Culture in Boston. In 2016 and 2017, two versions of her large scale library-based installation, “Borrowed, Mystery, Romance and Knowledge” were featured in both “Unbound: Contemporary Artists Inspired by Books” at the Eleanor D. Wilson Museum in Virginia as an installation, and in the Los Angeles Craft and Folk Art Museum exhibition, “Chapters: Book Arts in Southern California”.

Jurors for Clay Works

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Joan Takayama-Ogawa

Joan Takayama-Ogawa comes from a family whose involvement in ceramics goes back six generations. She studied under the renowned Ralph Bacerra and went on to develop work that used ancient Japanese ceramic forms as a guide in creating contemporary pieces that utilize decoration and imagery of an American lifestyle.

She continues to push the boundaries of ceramics by integrating clay with digital and rapid prototyping technologies. Her ceramics are in the permanent collections of the Renwick Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, deYoung Museum Fine Arts Museum in San Francisco, World Ceramic Exposition Foundation, Icheon, South Korea, Princessehof Leewarden Nationaal Keramiek Museum, Leeuwarden, Netherlands, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Oakland Museum of California, Long Beach Museum of Art, American Museum of Ceramic Art, Racine Art Museum, George Ohr Museum, New Orleans, Louisiana, Hallmark Collection, and Celestial Seasoning Tea Company. She served as a Pasadena Design Commissioner and on the Board of Directors, American Museum of Ceramic Art. In 2007, she received a Center of Cultural Innovation Investing in Arts Equipment Grant to purchase a large, new front loading energy efficient grant. In 2004, she was Otis Teacher of the Year and Commencement Speaker. Publications include over 30 books and magazines.