Jodi Krumel has been a teaching artist, with a concentration in Ceramics, since 2004. After graduating from IU Bloomington in 1998 with a BA in Studio Fine Arts, and a BA in African American Studies, they have slowly built up a resume of working in numerous nonprofit programs throughout the Indianapolis, including Artmix, AYS, Indy Parks, IPS and the Indianapolis Art Center. Giving students an opportunity to express themselves, and heal through the creative process, has been a great life privilege.
Stunning! Exceptional Quality! I can actually see this in my home! And similar reviews could be heard throughout the Arts Included Gallery as visitors admired the work of Holly Dowidat during her artist reception. On Friday, January 6th, 2023, the Arts Included Gallery hosted an artist reception for Holly Dowidat, showcasing her exhibit “A Journey Through Clay.” Visitors had the opportunity to admire the works on display and mingle and meet with the artist, discovering her journey and inspiration behind the pieces she creates. “A Journey Through Clay” is a multifaceted exhibit experience offering a mix of sculptures [...]
One Day Clay Class Tuesdays 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM 9-week no-pressure workshop sessions $10.00 per class per person - all materials included Two # of studio Clay provided each class ($2.00/# after) 10 to 15 people per class, five people Minimum Adult Classes – 18 years and older Are you considering taking a ceramic clay class but don’t want to commit to an extended period of weekly classes and open studio time? One Day Clay could be for you. During ODC class, expect to complete one piece of artwork each Tuesday. Or not! Sometimes people just want [...]
Robin McBride Scott is an award-winning artist and educator who works in traditional and contemporary Eastern Woodland and Southeastern Woodland Native American art forms. She has been an Artist-in-Residence for the Eiteljorg Museum of the American Indian and Western Art in Indianapolis. She was recently selected to develop a project through the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian.
Holly Dowidat of Dowidat Ceramics invites you to HAEC for an intimate, hands-on clay experience! As visiting artist Dowidat will take you on a six-week beginner’s wheel-throwing class. Focusing on the fundamentals of throwing, you will learn the step-by-step procedures of creating functional wares like bowls, mugs, and other pieces.