Posts Tagged: ceramics

“Dolcezza porge e gran diletto” on view in the SACI Gallery through February 7, 2017

DOLCEZZA PORGE E GRAN DILETTO Shapes, Colours, Sounds and Symbols for an Imaginary Stage January 5-February 7, 2017 OPENING: January 19 at 6:00 pm Sculptures by Lisa Nocentini Musical performance by Lucia Sciannimanico, voice Gian Luca Lastraioli, lute Direction and

“Dolcezza porge e gran diletto” on view in the SACI Gallery through February 7, 2017

DOLCEZZA PORGE E GRAN DILETTO Shapes, Colours, Sounds and Symbols for an Imaginary Stage January 5-February 7, 2017 OPENING: January 19 at 6:00 pm Sculptures by Lisa Nocentini Musical performance by Lucia Sciannimanico, voice Gian Luca Lastraioli, lute Direction and

Andrea della Robbia, Prudence (detail), about 1475. Glazed terracotta. Lent by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Purchase, Joseph Pulitzer Bequest, 1921.

“Della Robbia: Sculpting with Color in Renaissance Florence” opens at the MFA in Boston: August 9, 2016

“Della Robbia: Sculpting with Color in Renaissance Florence” at the MFA in Boston, opens August 9 with six important loans from Italy, never before seen in the US.

Andrea della Robbia, Prudence (detail), about 1475. Glazed terracotta. Lent by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Purchase, Joseph Pulitzer Bequest, 1921.

“Della Robbia: Sculpting with Color in Renaissance Florence” opens at the MFA in Boston: August 9, 2016

“Della Robbia: Sculpting with Color in Renaissance Florence” at the MFA in Boston, opens August 9 with six important loans from Italy, never before seen in the US.

SACI ceramics instructor, Lisa Nocentini, doing raku firing at La Meridiana

SACI ceramics raku field trip to La Meridiana in Tuscany

SACI Raku Field Trip to La Meridiana SACI ceramics students recently went with instructor, Lisa Nocentini, on a field trip to La Meridiana, an International School of Ceramics, to do a raku firing. Raku is a traditional Japanese firing technique

SACI ceramics instructor, Lisa Nocentini, doing raku firing at La Meridiana

SACI ceramics raku field trip to La Meridiana in Tuscany

SACI Raku Field Trip to La Meridiana SACI ceramics students recently went with instructor, Lisa Nocentini, on a field trip to La Meridiana, an International School of Ceramics, to do a raku firing. Raku is a traditional Japanese firing technique

SACI Ceramics Instructor, Lisa Nocentini, exhibits at Cartavetra opening Friday, October 16, 2015 at 7pm

RUVIDEZZE October 16 – December 4, 2015 Opening Friday, October 16 at 7pm Cartavetra, Via Maggio 64r, Florence – ITALY Cartavetra is a new art space founded by a group of artists and illustrators opening this Friday night with a group

SACI Ceramics Instructor, Lisa Nocentini, exhibits at Cartavetra opening Friday, October 16, 2015 at 7pm

RUVIDEZZE October 16 – December 4, 2015 Opening Friday, October 16 at 7pm Cartavetra, Via Maggio 64r, Florence – ITALY Cartavetra is a new art space founded by a group of artists and illustrators opening this Friday night with a group

Panta Rei

“Panta Rei” marble and ceramics exhibition at Marble Museum of Carrara through February 20, 2015

PANTA REI. TUTTO SI TRASFORMA Museo Civico del Marmo di Carrara Artists: Ludovica Carbotta, Mattia Bosco, Sergio Breviario, Collettivo Anemoi, Marco Basta, Alessandro Di Pietro, Michele Gabriele, Andrea Romano, Jonathan Vivacqua, Natascia Fenoglio + Patrick Tuttofuoco Curated by: Federica Forti

Panta Rei

“Panta Rei” marble and ceramics exhibition at Marble Museum of Carrara through February 20, 2015

PANTA REI. TUTTO SI TRASFORMA Museo Civico del Marmo di Carrara Artists: Ludovica Carbotta, Mattia Bosco, Sergio Breviario, Collettivo Anemoi, Marco Basta, Alessandro Di Pietro, Michele Gabriele, Andrea Romano, Jonathan Vivacqua, Natascia Fenoglio + Patrick Tuttofuoco Curated by: Federica Forti

Lisa Nocentini

Lisa Nocentini participates in Pinocchio exhibition through May 31, 2014

SACI Ceramics Instructor, Lisa Nocentini, has new work in a group exhibition entitled Artisti e Collezionisti per Pinocchio, (Artists and Collectors of Pinocchio) at the Villa Vidua, Conzano, in the Province of Alessandria (Piedmont) through May 31, 2014. Villa Vidua is an eighteenth-century

Lisa Nocentini

Lisa Nocentini participates in Pinocchio exhibition through May 31, 2014

SACI Ceramics Instructor, Lisa Nocentini, has new work in a group exhibition entitled Artisti e Collezionisti per Pinocchio, (Artists and Collectors of Pinocchio) at the Villa Vidua, Conzano, in the Province of Alessandria (Piedmont) through May 31, 2014. Villa Vidua is an eighteenth-century

SACI Spring 2013 Student Exhibition: 2D & 3D

SACI Spring 2013 of Term Student Exhibitions: 2D + 3D

Another study abroad term is concluding at SACI and current students will be heading home soon. Student exhibitions are an exciting moment to share all the hard work the students have done this spring. Here are some images from the recent

SACI Spring 2013 Student Exhibition: 2D & 3D

SACI Spring 2013 of Term Student Exhibitions: 2D + 3D

Another study abroad term is concluding at SACI and current students will be heading home soon. Student exhibitions are an exciting moment to share all the hard work the students have done this spring. Here are some images from the recent

LISA NOCENTINI: La Biblioteca di Babele

Lisa Nocentini in SACI’s Maidoff Gallery through April 5

LISA NOCENTINI: La Biblioteca di Babele Through Friday, April 5, you won’t want to miss this fantastical exhibition of ceramic sculptures by SACI’s 3D Area Head, Lisa Nocentini. The Library of Babel is a series of around 40 works loosely

LISA NOCENTINI: La Biblioteca di Babele

Lisa Nocentini in SACI’s Maidoff Gallery through April 5

LISA NOCENTINI: La Biblioteca di Babele Through Friday, April 5, you won’t want to miss this fantastical exhibition of ceramic sculptures by SACI’s 3D Area Head, Lisa Nocentini. The Library of Babel is a series of around 40 works loosely

Daniel Dallabrida, “Standing Still Moving at Speed (Numeriamo)” (detail) Ceramic, 2012

SACI Alum Daniel Dallabrida concludes artist residency in ceramics at Anderson Ranch

SACI Alum Daniel Dallabrida (Post-Bac: Fall 2007-Spring 2008) closed the doors on his professional career in 2003 and moved to Italy to explore the art, culture, and language of his heritage. He has since returned to his hometown of San

Daniel Dallabrida, “Standing Still Moving at Speed (Numeriamo)” (detail) Ceramic, 2012

SACI Alum Daniel Dallabrida concludes artist residency in ceramics at Anderson Ranch

SACI Alum Daniel Dallabrida (Post-Bac: Fall 2007-Spring 2008) closed the doors on his professional career in 2003 and moved to Italy to explore the art, culture, and language of his heritage. He has since returned to his hometown of San

Lisa Nocentini @ Palazzo Medici Riccardi

Ceramic Sculptures by Lisa Nocentini

Did you miss SACI’s Ceramics Instructor, Lisa Nocentini’s ceramic sculptures that were installed at the Palazzo Medici Riccardi last month? The exhibition, curated by Alessandra Borsetti Venier, CORTEO BIZZARRO A PALAZZO — A TRIBUTE TO BENOZZO GOZZOLI featured two intallations of around 100

Lisa Nocentini @ Palazzo Medici Riccardi

Ceramic Sculptures by Lisa Nocentini

Did you miss SACI’s Ceramics Instructor, Lisa Nocentini’s ceramic sculptures that were installed at the Palazzo Medici Riccardi last month? The exhibition, curated by Alessandra Borsetti Venier, CORTEO BIZZARRO A PALAZZO — A TRIBUTE TO BENOZZO GOZZOLI featured two intallations of around 100