Workshops


Marc presents workshops, lectures and demonstrations internationally throughout the year.
Topics range widely in techniques and concepts explored. Here is a list of upcoming workshops.
Click on the sponsoring organization’s link for more information:


July 6th - 10th, 2009
At Sierra Nevada College, Incline Village, Lake Tahoe, Nevada:

Marc Lancet | Everything Goes: The benefits of inviting chaos into the studio                           

July 6th - 10th, 2009

In this wide ranging ceramics workshop, Marc Lancet will demonstrate
a vast array of wheel and hand building techniques that he employs to
create studio pottery and sculpture. Emphasis will be placed on
combining techniques, developing novel forms and investigating the
artistic process. Creative strategies for development and discovery in
the studio will also be covered. Marc asks participants to bring a written
copy of their favorite art related quote, poem and or writing on creativity,
art-making and or art process.

http://www.sierranevada.edu/1046





July 13 - 17, 2009
At Mendocino Art Center, Mendocino CA:

SU09C202
July 13 - 17, 2009

EVERYTHING GOES: The benefits of inviting chaos into the studio

Marc Lancet

Class begins Monday,July 13th. Five day workshop meets Monday through Friday, 9:30am to 4:30pm.
Tuition: $375 (includes 50 pounds of clay). Members may take a $25 discount on one workshop per year.


In this wide ranging ceramics workshop, Marc Lancet will demonstrate a vast array of wheel and
handbuilding techniques that he employs to create studio pottery
and sculpture. Emphasis will be placed on combining techniques,
developing novel forms and investigating the artistic process.
Creative strategies for development and discovery in the studio
will also be covered. Marc asks participants to bring a written copy
of their favorite art related quote, poem or writing on creativity,
art-making or art process. Tuition: $375 (includes 50# of clay).



http://www.mendocinoartcenter.org/PSS_Cart.54.LassoApp?category=176%3ACeramics&feature2=summer
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MARC LANCET
Airport Gallery
Sacramento International Airport
6900 Airport Boulevard
Sacramento, CA 95837
Four enclosed exhibition cases are located in the public areas
on the lower level of Terminal B. Three enclosed exhibition
cases are located on each of the secured passenger
concourses.
Current Exhibit: Poetry by Fire:  Japanese Tea Ceremony
Ceramics









Marc Lancet, "Chawan," stoneware, 2008

EXHIBIT DATES: August 12 – November 20, 2009

Poetry by Fire:  Japanese Tea Ceremony Ceramics presents tea
bowls, water jars, tea caddies, food serving trays, flower vases,
and storage containers made by contemporary Northern
California artists Marc Lancet, Scott Parady, John Chambers,
Michiko Kinoshita, and Jules Stout.

These artists respect and honor centuries-old Japanese ceramic
techniques and forms while sometimes departing from tradition
and inserting their own westernized contemporary perspectives.
This exhibition displays ceramics that range from the traditional
to non-traditional pieces that would not be found in a typical
Japanese tea ceremony service.
Fri, Oct 23, 2009 6:30 – 9:30 pm
At The Richmond Art Center

The artist will discuss The Search for Figurein
his own work and trace the practice imbuing
form with real human presence through
abstract expression in the work of Western
European and Northern California artists.
Participants welcome to join in the search for
figure. This presentation is offered in
connection with the Stephen DeStaebler
Exhibition in the RAC Gallery.

Class FA4VA • Fri, Oct 23, 6:30 – 9:30 pm
RAC Member $15 • Nonmember $20
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