KC Clay Guild Teabowl National 2021

Juror: Erica Iman


 

Congratulations to the accepted artists: Chandra Beadleston, Graham Beveridge, Hoyt Childers, Laura Chmielewski, Indigo Cristol, Bob Dixon, Jason Edmonds, Jonathan Grengs, Steven Hill, Thomas Holton, Jing Huang, Tom Jennison, Shikha Joshi, Denise Joyal, Steph Kates, Alice Klaas, Melody Knowles, Andrew Koester, Stephen Lally, Roberta Lampert, Robert LaWarre III, David Lee, Hyuk Lee, Angel Luna, Jonnie Rae Luth, Anne Maraviglia, Andrew McGarva, Bob McWilliams, Jim Mitchell, Brian Morgenlander, Michael Morris, Nikita Nenashev, Alex Olson, Eric Ordway, Chuck Pate, Layne Peters, John Reinking, Eric Rempe, Caroline Roberts, Andrew Sartorius, Heidi Schultz, Tammy Shapiro, Michael Simmons, Susan Speck, Brandon Stolicny, Thomas Stollar, Mike Stumbras, Zeynep Uner, Jacob Vinson, Jason Wang, and ChengOu Yu.

 

Erica Iman received her BFA in Ceramics and BSE in Art from the University of Missouri Columbia in 2005 and obtained her MFA in Ceramics from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville in 2012. Between earning her degrees she served 2 years in the U.S. Peace Corps on the Eastern Steppe of Mongolia teaching English and Gardening while exploring the Gobi desert and Altai Mountains. In 2007, she was a selected participant in the International Workshop for Ceramic Arts in Tokoname, (IWCAT) Japan program, spending the summer studying contemporary and ancient Japanese pottery and culture.

Erica is a full-time sculptor, potter, and painter in Kansas City, is a founding member of the KC Urban Potters and an Artist Inc. facilitator. She has taught in various schools and art centers, was awarded second place in the San Angelo National Ceramic Competition with the work being purchased by the San Angelo Museum of Fine Art, and received an honorable mention in the 10th International Ceramics Competition, Mino, Japan. Erica participated in Amsterdam-based Steinbeisser’s Experimental Gastronomy dinner in San Francisco and will be part of an upcoming show at Direktorenhaus Art Museum in Berlin.





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