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Professor - Fine Arts

Raritan Valley Community College

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Raritan Valley Community College

118 Lamington Road

Somerville, New Jersey,08876

United States

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Raritan Valley Community College (RVCC) is an accredited, coeducational, two-year, public, community college located in North Branch (within Branchburg Township), New Jersey. RVCC offers Associate's degree programs leading to an Associate of Arts (A.A.), Assoc... more

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Meet the Faculty - Hunterdon Art Museum

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Ann Tsubota
Ann Tsubota is the Chairperson of the Department of Visual and Performing Arts at Raritan Valley Community College, NJ. She is an honored and respected teacher, known for her high standards, and has sent many ceramic artists out into the art world. She received a BA degree in American Studies from Douglass College and an MFA in Ceramics from the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University, where she had the opportunity to study and work with Ka Kwong Hui, an esteemed and innovative ceramic artist. She has taught at Douglass College, Livingston College and Rider University. Professor Tsubota is an active artist and currently exhibits her work at Sara Gallery in New York City and the Coryell Gallery in Lambertville. She also has received a New Jersey Council on the Arts Artist Fellowship. Tsubota is represented by galleries in New York and New Jersey; her work has been shown in numerous exhibitions from the 1970s to the present day.


Past Exhibits - The Hunterdon Art Museum, Clinton, NJ

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Artists participating in the faculty exhibition are: Joe Agabiti, April Anderson, Indira Bailey, Doug Baron, Jennifer Brazel, Leah Cahill, Maureen Chatfield, Kimberly Chiefer, Bruce Dehnert, Sarah DeWire, Kulvinder Kaur Dhew, Duffy Dillinger, Andrea Gianchiglia, Tricia Hurley, Anne Kullaf, Catherine Kumar, Suzanne LeGrand, Jessica Lenard, Donna Lish, Cara London, Bill Macholdt, Nancy Miller, Bascha Mon, Joanna Platt, James Pruznick, Judith Shevell, Lena Shiffman, Ann Tsubota, and Charles David Viera.
Ann Tsubota: A Passion for Clay Ann Tsubota: A Passion for Clay Ann Tsubota, Rococo, 2000, Raku, 11 1/4 x 6 1/2 inches, Collection of the artist, Photo by Craig Phillips Ann Tsubota: A Passion for Clay, includes diverse groups of work by this well-known ceramic artist. Ann Tsubota is the Chairperson of the Department of Visual and Performing Arts at Raritan Valley Community College, NJ. She is an honored and respected teacher, known for her high standards, and has sent many ceramic artists out into the art world. Tsubota is represented by galleries in New York and New Jersey; her work has been shown in numerous exhibitions from the 1970s to the present day. She holds an M.F.A. from Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University, where she had the opportunity to study and work with Ka Kwong Hui, an esteemed and innovative ceramic artist. Ann Tsubota works in several clay materials: raku, stoneware and porcelain, and does low-and high-fire reduction in her studio kiln. A master of ceramic technique, she takes particular interest in investigating surface and glaze possibilities, often using traditional functional vessel forms for inventive and unexpected treatment and motifs. The surface becomes a skin for richly varied drawings, paintings, incision and relief. Tsubota's interests in history, politics and the contemporary world are reflected in the texts and images found on her vessels. Literature and poetry have frequently been inspiration for themes and series. Ann Tsubota's work is informed by her extensive knowledge of the ceramic traditions of many ancient and modern societies. Viewers may recognize this artist's sometimes witty response to venerated forms and shapes, as well as her deeply serious concern with today's issues. In conjunction with this exhibition, the Museum's education department will offer a workshop titled Form & Surface: Ceramics Workshop with Ann Tsubota. This two-day workshop taught by Ann Tsubota is offered in partnership with Raritan Valley Community College and will take place at RVCC on January 8 from 10 am to 3 pm and on January 15 from 10 am to 1 pm. The focus of the class will be handbuilding and glazing. Tuition is $155 or $135 for museum members (plus $30 clay and firing fee). Tsubota-Group-Shot-2_sm.jpg Ann Tsubota, Shadow Map: Gagarin, Shepard, Glenn, 2011, Raku, Collection of Eileen Abel and Bill Luyster, Photo by Craig Phillips


News - The Hunterdon Art Museum, Clinton, NJ

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Form and Surface: Two Day Ceramics Workshop with Ann Tsubota
Offered in conjunction with the exhibition Ann Tsubota: A Passion for Clay and in Partnership with Raritan Valley Community College This two day workshop will be taught by Ann Tsubota, well-known ceramic artist and head of the ceramics program at Raritan Valley Community College. Form and Surface: Two Day Ceramics Workshop with Ann Tsubota Offered in conjunction with the exhibition Ann Tsubota: A Passion for Clay and in Partnership... More >


Goings On February 09, 2009

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adjunct instructor and multimedia specialist at RVCC; and Ann Tsubota
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CAA | News

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- Ann Tsubota, Professor of Ceramics, Visual and Performing Arts Dept.,RaritanValley Community College


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