Advanced Ceramics Thursday Day
Students will be able to take their skills further. In a class tailored to the needs and development of each student, they will be pushed to take their work to the next level with weekly one-on-one discussions of their goals, objectives, and progress. This class is appropriate for throwing, handbuilding, functional, and sculptural work. During the first class, the instructor and each student will review individual proposals and build a plan together for the weeks ahead. It will also be helpful to bring in some images (on phone is fine) of current work. This class is here to build a broader community base, develop work and obtain critical feedback.
Kaas (Kaashif) Ghanie was born in London Ontario in 1989. He received his Bachelors of Fine Art in Ceramics, at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design University as well as Minor in Art History. Originally his practice was working in interdisciplinary methods, in the realm of sculpture and drawing, it was not until NSCAD Ceramics where he was introduced to clay. Highly intrigued by the ceramic process and making Ghanie was hooked into wheel throwing large vessels.