A Live Virtual Studio Visit with Akira Satake

Thursday, April 22, 2021 @ 11:00am
Presented by The Delhom Service League @ the Mint Museum
This is a virtual event taking place online. Check below for details on how to access and/or register.

The North Carolina Ceramics Series, Episode 6, presented by Delhom Service League

Join us for a live virtual studio chat with ceramic artist Akira Satake in Asheville, NC. Akira describes his process as “a collaboration between myself, the clay and the fire. Collaboration means finding what the clay wants to be and bringing out its beauty in the way that the beauty of our surroundings is created through natural forces. The fire is the ultimate random part of the collaborative equation. I hope the fire will be my ally, but I know it will always transform the clay in ways I cannot anticipate.”

Born in Osaka, Japan, Akira moved to the US in 1981. He is also a musician and ran a music production company until 2003. He then moved to Swannanoa, NC and set up Akira Satake Ceramics and devoted himself to his growing passion for making pottery. He is now a sought-after instructor and lecturer and has been invited to teach and exhibit throughout the US and in many places around the world.

No Reservation or RSVP required. All you need is the Zoom link.

Zoom link:   https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86780002403?pwd=eVVNS2NOOEcwVFBpdkhJYSt2UGF1QT09

Meeting ID: 867 8000 2403   Passcode: Delhom


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