Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

how it went, how to find us if you need us.

We're a few weeks out and the show was a success. A few reviews have popped up here and there. Check this one out:
We've been discussing the possibility of getting "multiples of five" on the road and are currently looking for venues that might be right for the group and the work. There has even been discussion about expanding the roster of artists. Things are evolving!
Thanks to everyone who made it out to the opening. Find some contact info for each of the participating artists below.

Blake Jamison Williams teaches at Michigan State University and can be reached through the contact portal on her website:

Robin Strangfeld teaches ceramics at Southern Oregon University and can be reached at:
541-552-6385 (office phone)

Jim Hake is a practicing artist working in several mediums. He currently resides in Toronto.
You can reach him through the contact portal on his website:

Frederick Bartolovic most recently taught ceramics at the State University of New York at Oswego. He is currently a practicing artist residing in Toronto.
He can be reached at:

Casey McDonough teaches at Cedar Crest College in Allentown, PA. Reach him at:
(610)606-4666, x3418

Wednesday, March 31, 2010

the work

Here are some images of each piece in the show, with some details. Consider it a little taste of what you will see if you come to the opening!

Jim Hake, Fbriend Project

Robin Strangfeld, 001.03.10

Frederick Bartolovic, You Are Here

Blake Jamison Williams, Resilience

Casey McDonough, synaptic plasticity

day 3

The final day of installation went well. Baltimore Clayworks moved into the space and everyone seems happy with how things turned out. Below are a few pics.

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

day 2

Day 2 was a major construction day. Our modular wall panels went up without a hitch, though in this humid Pennsylvania spring drywall mud seems to take especially long to dry. The real excitement came in the afternoon when we began considering additional lighting. Turns out these old industrial buildings rely on some very complex and dated electrical service. With 5 brand new bulbs blown and our expectations greatly altered, we finished the day around 830pm.
More to come!

...check out those toilets!

Monday, March 29, 2010


Frederick shared images of the final format for his project, titled "You Are Here".

Sunday, March 28, 2010

Day 1, installation & etc.

Everyone is in town and we finally descended upon the space as a group for the first time. Tomorrow we will build the necessary walls and start installing art work. As you can see we already acquired all the necessary materials. For now we are sitting around preparing some PR materials.
If you are interested in an extremely limited-edition packet of exhibition cards complete with special stamped tag, you better come over to the opening on Thursday night. Get 'em while they're hot!!!!!!!