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We are excited to be hosting the exceptionally talented Jeff Campana in our studio this summer! Members will have the opportunity to learn from him over his 8-week long visit.


Jeff Campana is currently an Associate Professor of Art at Kennesaw State University outside of Atlanta, Georgia. Prior to his arrival at Kennesaw, he was a long-term Artist-in-Residence at the Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts. Additionally, he has been a short term artist at Studio 740 and Red Lodge Clay Center.


He has taught at Bennington College, the University of Louisville, and Indiana University Southeast. He holds an MFA from Indiana University Bloomington, and a BFA from University of Wisconsin – Whitewater. His work appears in numerous publications and he exhibits across the United States.

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We are lucky to have not one- but two visiting artists this summer! Day Brièrre will be joining us in the studio for two weeks in July. 


Day is a Haitian-American ceramicist and illustrator based in Brooklyn NY. Her illustrations draw inspiration from Afro-indigenous myths.


Her sculptural work focuses on building vessels that dissect narratives of folklore, homeland, and traditional Haitian spiritual systems. She earned a bachelor's degree in Art at Florida International University.

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