The Grace Hopper ceramics studio is open to all Hopper students.
The studio benefits from the wisdom of Penelope Van Grinsven, College Arts Fellow, and the energy of Hopper’s student managers, who provide basic instruction on the use of the wheels and studio procedures. After an introductory orientation, students will be assigned a key allowing them access to the studio. Throughout the year, there will be opportunities to attend a hands-on class to learn basic ceramics and pottery techniques.
For more information about the pottery studio or reservations, please contact Angela McCray at firstname.lastname@example.org in the Head of College Office.
General questions about the studio itself may be asked of Angela in the Head of College Office.
Pottery Studio Managers
Yacine Tilala Fall is an interdisciplinary conceptual artist currently based in Washington D.C.. She received a BFA from the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design. Inspired by her Senegalese and Mauritanian heritage, her work and practice speak to the human body and its entangled relationship with labor, history, and faith. Using natural materials she investigates concepts of heritage, ritual, and function through performance, sculpture, painting and installation.