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Black Mountain Center for the Arts


Senior Member of the Potter Teachers

The Clay Studio


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Art Classes at the Black Mountain Center for the Arts

www.blackmountainarts.org [cached]

GEOFF BIRD
Geoff is the senior member of the Black Mountain (NC) Center for the Arts Clay Studio resident potters by virtue of his teaching at the Center since 2000 and 40 years working in the ceramic arts. His experience in making beautiful pottery has led him to representation throughout the southeast. He now makes his home in Swannanoa, NC, where he also has his own Morning Sky Studio. At the BMCA Clay Studio Geoff teaches a basic clay class, including wheel throwing, as well as a class in raku technique and firing. Raku is a Japanese low-fired pottery that is usually fired in a special barrel or pit with items such as sawdust or newsprint added to enhance the glazes. Geoff studied at various schools and studios in North Carolina when pottery was experiencing a renaissance in the 1960's. He has experimented with various clay bodies, glazes, and firing techniques. As a teacher, Geoff is admired and emulated by his students, from age 3 to retirees. He is patient and encouraging with folks who start working with clay for the first time.


www.blackmountainarts.org

Geoff Bird teaches an ongoing clay class on Thursdays from 4-6 pm, which a student, whether beginning or intermediate, can begin at any time.
Bird is the senior member of the Clay Studio's potter teachers by virtue of his teaching at the Center since 2000 and 40 years working in the ceramic arts. His experience in making beautiful pottery has led him to representation throughout the southeast. He now makes his home in Swannanoa, NC, where he also has his own Morning Sky Studio.


VCAL Project on ABC

www.lornep12.vic.edu.au [cached]

Lorne-Aireys Inlet P-12 College VCAL award winning documentary A Pot-Holed History of the Great Ocean Road has made it to the ABC web site along with an interview of teacher Geoff Bird.


IN THE GALLERY « Black Mountain Center for the Arts

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The Gallery Show will feature the work of professional ceramic artists including studio manager Charles Freeland, instructors Geoff Bird, Annie Singletary and Mathilda Tanner and their students' work.


chicago.wearenetwork.com

The Black Mountain Center for the Arts is currently featuring works from the Black Mountain Center for the Arts Clay Studio teachers Judi Ashe, Geoff Bird, Maureen Joyce, Sarah Meyer, Gwen Ottinger, and Annie Singletary, along with student work in the Center's Upper Gallery.


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