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“Drink This!” Explores the Complexity of the Simple Cup

Contributed by the Workhouse Arts Center

workhouse arts centerJanuary 8 – February 2

Building W-8, Ceramics Program at the Workhouse Arts Center

From the elegant, ceremonial tumbler to the comfortable simple mug, an exhibition of 71 works from five countries offers a surprising sample of the many ways contemporary artists interpret the cup in “Drink This! Workhouse International  Ceramic Cup Show.” Juried by internationally recognized ceramic artist and professor Sam Chung, the show presents lively and unusual approaches to the ceramic drinking vessel. The 71 works represented here were selected from hundreds of entries from ten countries.

About the Juror:

Sam Chung is a ceramic artist and assistant professor at Arizona State University in Tempe, known for his angular approaches to ceramic vessels and striking glazes. He received his BFA from Arizona State University in 1997 and BA from St Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota in 1988.

Details: 

  • “Drink This!” is on exhibit in Building W-8 at the Workhouse Arts Center, January 8-February 2. Admission is free. Hours are 11am-5pm on Mondays & Tuesdays, Wednesdays-Saturdays 11am-6pm and 12-5pm on Sundays.
  • A Free Public Opening Reception will be held on January 11, 6-8pm in Building W-8 at the Workhouse Arts Center.

Sam Chung, Juror of “Drink This!”

“There were cups that told a story that transcended the object itself, while others created an innate craving for a drink that fit the cup’s character. These were the cups that pushed me over the edge.”

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