While exploring new forms through her series of vessels, artist Keegan Luttrell aims to view the object as a body, using inspirations from nature and medieval armour to protect each vase. She explores these forms of protection through various techniques and is just beginning learning ancient firing methods.
Keegan Luttrell is an American multi-media artist living and working in Berlin. She completed her MFA in sculpture at Mills College in Oakland, California, and graduated from Maryland Institute College of Art with a BFA in Art History, Theory and Criticism and a concentration in Photography.
The artist has already exhibited her works in Berlin, London, Geneva, Athens, San Francisco, Oakland, New York City, Austin, Baltimore and Boston. Keegan explores themes of vulnerability, fear and protection, emphasizing the most fragile aspects of human existence through sculpture, video and performance.
During her "Creative Hand Building Ceramics Workshops", Keegan shows you ancient pottery techniques through basic methods of construction such as slab building, pinch pots and coiling. In this workshop, you learn sculptural techniques to make mugs and pots. You create unique forms and finish off your creations with engobe decorating.
You will be able to pick up your fired works 2 weeks after the course. All materials are included.
Length of workshop: 3 hours
Number of people:
4 - 8 people at the artist studio
Location: At Keegan's home and studio in Neukölln, Berlin, or
At Your Location
Price per person: € 95 per person; includes all materials, tea, coffee, water, vegetarian snacks
Minimum advance booking time: 2.5 weeks
Next workshop dates are: On Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays