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Ceramics Teacher

Phone: (253) ***-****  HQ Phone
Tacoma Community College
6501 S. 19Th St.
Tacoma, Washington 98466
United States

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Clay | June 28 - June ...
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Clay | June 28 - June 29, 2014 | REID OZAKI | $210
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Reid will present demonstrations that illustrate the concept of the wheel as a tool. He will also show some other tools he uses to alter his work.
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REID OZAKI REID OZAKI has been a studio potter for nearly 40 years and has taught ceramics at Tacoma Community College since 1995.
The Gallery | Bainbridge Island WA
www.bacart.org, 15 Mar 2012 [cached]
BAC welcomes our friends from near and far to a special reception for Reid Ozaki, with his students and colleagues.
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For many ceramics students, Reid Ozaki has been that teacher. Since 1996, Reid has taught one class each quarter at Tacoma Community College. For this exhibition, Reid shows his own work in the company of his former students. Reid Ozaki and Company corresponds with the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) conference, Seattle, March 25-31.
Reid Ozaki, Ikebana vessel. Stoneware. Photo credit: Tom Holt
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Growing up in Hawaii, in a Japanese-American family, Reid also grew up with the aesthetics of the garden, ikebana (flower arranging), and tea ceremony. Beginning as a biology student at the University of Puget Sound, he turned to ceramics, and acknowledges the help and influence of his own teachers. "At UPS," he writes, "my work was influenced by my teachers F. Carlton Ball and Kenneth D. Stevens and visiting artist Frederick L. Olsen.
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Kazumi Divens-Cogez has been studying with Reid for over ten years.
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Artists include Reid Ozaki, Matt Allison, Dave Davison, Kazumi Divens-Cogez, Rowena Forde, Anthony Gaudino, Herb Hallberg, Sue Hudacek, Richard Mahaffey, Kate Packard, Jill Rohrbaugh, Rebecca Smart, Munemitsu Taguchi, Charles Thomas, Susan Thompson, Erin McCoy, Mac Ward, and Jade Winchester.
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Reid Ozaki, Ikebana Vessel.
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ARTIST TALK: Reid Ozaki
Saturday, March 3 , 12:3. FREE.
Reid discusses the work of his former students, now colleagues.
Workshops | Metchosin International Summer School of the Arts
www.missa.ca, 4 Feb 2014 [cached]
Instructor: REID OZAKI
Clatsop Community College
www.clatsopcollege.com, 19 Mar 2010 [cached]
The show will feature work from Colleen Gallagher, John Harris, Chris Knapp, Susan Lochner, Karen Mittet, Reid Ozaki and John Benn.
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Exhibiting with John and Colleen are five other Northwest artists-John Harris, Chris Knapp, Susan Lochner, Karen Mittet and Reid Ozaki.
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Reid Ozaki was born in Hilo and raised in Honolulu. He started seriously working in ceramics at the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington while completing a degree in Biology and continued in ceramics as a graduate student. Ozaki's current work focusing on Kaki, vessels for Ikebana, was inspired by his childhood summers spent with his grandfather in his gardens and by his interest in traditional Japanese art.
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Rozaki_Example.jpg: An example of Reid Ozaki's ceramic work.
Hui No'eau Visual Arts Center (Maui, Hawaii): creative workshops and classes, exhibits, art events, historical house tours, tropical gardens, and more
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Reid OzakiHui No'eau Visual Arts Center (Maui, Hawaii): creative workshops and classes, exhibits, art events, historical house tours, tropical gardens, and more
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Reid Ozaki
Reid Ozaki was born in Hilo and raised in Honolulu.He started seriously working in ceramics at the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington while completing a degree in Biology and continued in ceramics as a graduate student.Ozaki's current work focusing on Kaki, vessels for Ikebana, was inspired by his childhood summers spent with his grandfather in his gardens and by his interest in traditional Japanese art.Ozaki's work has been exhibited at the Wing Luke Museum, Folk and Craft Museum LA, and the Renwick Gallery, Smithsonian Institution.
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