hideo-mabuchi

     Hideo was trained as a physicist and currently teaches and conducts research as a Professor of Applied Physics at Stanford University. In 2000 Hideo was named a MacArthur Fellow in recognition of the creativity of his early scientific work. He has an intense interest in ceramics and devotes a substantial fraction of his time to his studio practice and to teaching activities that int...

terry-hildebrand

Originally from a small town in Manitoba, Terry Hildebrand graduated with an MFA in Ceramics from the University of Minnesota in May 2014. He received a BFA Honours degree from the University of Manitoba in 2007. From 2009 until 2011 he worked as studio technician in the ceramics department at the University of Manitoba. He currently works in his studio in Edmonton full time and teaches at the Cla...

yalda-bozorg

     Yalda received her MA Ceramics in Cardiff School of Art and Design in 2016. She holds a Bachelor of Applied Art from University of New Brunswick and a Diploma in fine craft from New Brunswick College of Craft and Design. 
She admires technology as much as she loves art; social and cultural issues are concepts that inspire her, so she is trying to find a way to marry technology and a...

Medalta’s Shaw Centre is a state-of-the-art ceramic residency facility with a soda kiln, salt kiln, large gas car kiln, Blaauw gas kiln, and seven electric kilns. Although we use them a lot for our residencies and workshops, we also rent them out. If you don’t have easy access to a specific kiln where you are, consider using ours. It can be a great way for an individual or group to experime...

The Shaw International Centre for Contemporary Ceramics is a brand new 12,000 sq ft purpose-built ceramics studio situated amongst beehive kilns, a historic china factory, museum and a decommissioned brickyard in Medicine Hat, Alberta. All aspects of the art making process have been considered in the design of the building. Large, well ventilated and well lit studios have movable walls t...