at the San Diego School of Creative and Performing Arts April 3-6, 2009
In a very rare visit to the West Coast, master architectural ceramic artist and Florida resident, Peter King comes to San Diego to build a large gateway installation to be located on the campus of the San Diego School of Creative and Performing Arts. Guided by Mr. King, 25 participants will help build the architectural components of the gateway structure over a three-day period.
This event is co-sponsored by Clay Artists of San Diego, Laguna Clay Company & Freeform Clay and Supply. Peter King is a world famous artist whose visit to San Diego is a major coup for the school in that he will be teaching a master class in architectural ceramics on site. Mr. King usually works on the East Coast and has recently completed two major projects in Guatemala. If anyone is interested in creating large works of public art, this a workshop not to be missed!
The cost is $150 per person (includes continental breakfast and lunch) and is limited to 25 participants. The schedule is as follows:
Fri, April 3 7-9 pm: Slide presentation
Sat-Mon, April 4-6 9 am–5 pm: Hands-on architectural ceramic workshop and demonstration.
To register, please call Ms. Dee McMillen at 619/223-4120, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The San Diego School of Creative and Performing Arts is a SDUSD magnet school specializing in the visual and performing arts. It is located at 2425 Dusk Drive, San Diego, Ca 92139. For general information regarding the school's extensive programs and the application process please call the main number at 619/470-0555.