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Mashiko Museum Residency Program Spring 2019

Open Call

Irina Razumovskaya
(Potter・Russia(Living in England))

Residence: Wednesday, May 22 – Saturday, June 29, 2019


2008-2014 BA, MFA. St. Petersburg State Academy of Art and Design,
Fine Art Major, Ceramics Major.
2015-2017 MA. Ceramics and Glass.
Royal College of Art, London
2018 Faenza Prize, invited artist, MIC museum, Faenza, Italy
LOEWE Craft Prize, finalist, London
Took part in many international competitions and residencies.
Based in London, now.


Open Studio

You can see the artist working and talk freely with her.
Please feel free to visit the pottery studio during the hours of Open Studio.

Thursday, May 30 / Friday, June 7, 14:00-16:00

At Pottery Studio (next to Mashiko Arts & Crafts Residence)
*Admission free, no reservations required


After the small lecture about Russian ceramics, having the hands-on workshop of milk-firing and making Russian traditional whistle.
Participants can bring home the milk-fired pot on that day. Regarding the whistle, we will contact participants when it will be fired.

Saturday, June 15, 13:30-17:00

At Mashiko Arts & Crafts Residence
*Participation fee ¥1,000, reservation required (Tel:0285-72-7555), up to 15 people.
*Please come with casual clothes which you would not mind getting dirty.

Slide Lecture

Irina Razumovskaya, the first artist making objets d’art in the history of Mashiko Museum Residency Program, will talk about her life, her work and ideas on ceramics.

Saturday, June 22, 13:30-15:30

At Mashiko Arts & Crafts Residence
*Admission free, no reservations required

Depending on the situation, the plan might be changed.
For the latest information, please check our Facebook Page .



Mashiko Arts & Crafts Residence
(in Mashiko Museum of Ceramic Art / Ceramic Art Messe Mashiko)
3021 Mashiko, Mashiko-machi
Haga-gun, Tochigi

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