Ceramic artist teaches workshop April 2-3 at BSU
“Ballet Class” by Susannah Israel

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BOISE -; Artist Susannah Israel will lead a ceramic workshop from 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. April 2-3 in Room 150 of Boise State University's Liberal Arts Building. The workshop is $25 and one credit is available for participants through the Division of Extended Studies.

Israel received her MFA in 2000 from San Francisco State University, where she worked with David Kuraoka, Steve DeStaebler and Joe Hawley. She lives and works in her studio at the Vulcan warehouse in Oakland and teaches at Laney College.

Israel has been an artist-in-residence at Archie Bray in Montana, Gladding McBean in California and Mission Clay in Kansas. Her work is in the American Ceramics Collection of the Mint Museum, North Carolina, and has been in numerous solo and group exhibitions. To learn more about her work, visit www.susannahisrael.net

Ceramic workshops have been a long tradition at Boise State University. Recent visiting artists include Harris Deller, Susan Harris, Arthur Gonzalez, Josh Deweese, Yoshiro and Esther Ikeda, John Neely, Doug Casebeer, Eva Kwong, Chris Staley, John Ballistreri, Brad Schweiger, Robert Brady, Lydia Quezada & Rito Talevera, Richard Notkin, Robert Piepenberg, Stan Welsh, Tom Coleman, David Furman, Susan Filley and Jamie Walker.

The workshops are made possible by the BSU Art Department's bi-annual "Clay and Fire" sale. For more information, contact Jim Budde at 426-3608 or jbudde@boisestate.edu.

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