Wednesday, October 29, 2014
Harry Jack Gray Center
Guest ceramicist Del Harrow will present a lecture entitled, “Some Thoughts on Making: Analog, Digital and Time.” as part of the Hartford Art School’s Auerbach Lecture Series. This lecture, hosted by the Ceramics department, is free and open to the public, and is made possible by The Beatrice Fox Auerbach Foundation Fund.
Del Harrow lives and works in Fort Collins, Colorado, and is an Associate Professor at Colorado State University, where he teaches sculpture, digital fabrication and ceramics. His work in sculpture and installation pairs computer-aided design and digital fabrication technology with traditional and skill-based forming processes. He has taught and lectured at Penn State University, Kansas City Art Institute, the University of Colorado, Alfred University, Harvard University Graduate School for Design, Penland School, Haystack Mountain School, and Cranbrook Academy of Art, among many others. His work has been exhibited recently at the Milwaukee Art Museum, the Denver Art Museum, Arizona State University Art Museum, Vox Populi Gallery, and Harvey Meadows Gallery. He is represented by Haw Contemporary in Kansas City, Missouri.