Shangyu Celadon Modern International Ceramic Center, China
Recently I have completed a one-month residency at Shangyu Celadon Modern International Ceramic Art Center with the help of Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF) travel grant.
The residency is located in Shangyu, Zhejiang, China and it’s the birthplace of Chinese Celadon. The facility there was amazing. I had the chance to visit a local ancient kiln site, tried Shangyu Celadon glaze and bonded with other resident artists- Aor Sutthiprapha from Thailand (aorsutthiprapha.com), Simcha Even-chen from Israel (simcha-evenchen.com), Taxoo Lee from Korea, and Korean graduate student, Go Hyerim (高惠林) from Tsinghua University. Mr. Wong (王军), a staff from the center, documented wonderfully our trip, my studio life and the finished work. Most photos from this blog post is supplied by Mr. Wong. I am grateful for the invitation from Mr. Bai Ming, the founder of the Center, and accommodation I have received. I am especially thankful for the help and kindness I have received from translator, Sydney and technical assistant, Martin. It was wonderful to have made such good friends and I have to thank Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF) for supporting this trip!
New work made during the residency.
Studio view at Shangyu Celadon Modern International Ceramic Art Center, Shangyu, Zhejing, China
Excursions, donation ceremonies and group photos.
Photo credits to Mr. Wong (王军).
Below is an article written in Chinese and published as part of the archive of Shangyu Celadon Modern Ceramics Center:
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