Jun 25, 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Lecture or Speaker

Summer Workshop Lecture Series // Jason Green and Lindsay Oesterritter

Jason Green and Lindsay Oesterritter will be holding presentations in Binns Merrill Hall, Room C on Tuesday, June 25th at 4:30pm.

Jason Green received his MFA in Ceramics from Alfred University in 1998 and returned to Alfred in 2009 to live and work. Green was recently hired as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Ceramics at Alfred and teaches classes in Ceramics and Freshman Foundation. He has exhibited and taught mold making and tile making workshops nationally and internationally. Green is interested in exploring the intersections and opportunities found between traditional methods of making and digital design and fabrication technologies. His work has been published in: Electric Kiln Ceramics, Glaze: The Ultimate Ceramic Artists Guide to Glaze and Color, Tile Envy, 500 Tiles and Ceramics Monthly. He has been a collaborator and participant in the Architectural Ceramics Assemblies Workshop sponsored by Boston Valley Terra Cotta in Buffalo, NY. Recently, Green received the Annalorre Dostal Memorial Sculpture Award for his artwork in the NY Southern Tier Biennial.


Lindsay Oesterritter is currently a full-time studio potter in Manassas, Virginia. She is a co-president of the Studio Potter Board and co-organizer of Southern Crossing Pottery Festival held in her hometown of Louisville, KY. Most recently in 2021 Lindsay was awarded an Innovation Award from the Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen from a piece juried into the Strictly Functional Pottery National. In 2020 she published her first book, Mastering Kilns & Firing. She earned her MFA from Utah State University in Logan, Utah. She held the position of Assistant Professor of Ceramics at Western Kentucky University (2009-2015) and earned Associate Professor in 2015. Lindsay had the fortune to be a resident artist at Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts in Gatlinburg and in Australia at Strathnairn Arts Association. She has had the opportunity to lead workshops, curate exhibitions, lecture and exhibit nationally and internationally and is continually inspired by the craft community.