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International Ceramic Workshop, Mentoring Camp

The 2013, 7th Gyeonggi International Ceramic Biennale (GICB 2013), International Ceramic Workshop Mentoring Camp assembles internationally distinguished artists, to conduct mentoring workshops through networking with different artists as mentees. It sets a new paradigm for the GICB 2013 by establishing a ground for creative exchange and collaboration going beyond tradition and new methods, east and west, new and old generations and even art genres.

It is a means to connect artists together, also involving the local artists of the Icheon area through networking by establishing a global and local connection.

There are 3 parts to the Mentoring Camp Workshop:
Mentoring Camp I, International Ceramic Workshop Part I, titled (International Ceramic Camp - Encountering the World) consists of a Short-term Residency program and a Forum Workshop. For the Short-term Residency program, artists form the International Prize of GICB 2013, main exhibition, will participate to share their long developed knowledge and experience, and their international tact with young artists as mentees. The Forum Workshop involves prize winners of previous Gyeonggi International Ceramic Biennale events and the international committee members as mentors to hold demonstrations and seminar sessions.

Mentoring Camp II, International Ceramic Workshop Part II, (Traditional Korean Ceramic Camp - Beyond Tradition) is a special venue providing the opportunity to learn about the history and the aesthetics of Korean ceramics, simultaneously as focusing deep into the inherent qualities of this particularly culture.

Finally as a workshop event, GICB 2013 has prepared a one-off food and ceramics related venue for everyone to enjoy and to share the practical nature and significance of ceramics. It hopes to encourage people to stop using disposal wares and focus more on using ceramic utilitarian wares.

In a period where internet and IT industry is highly developed, communicative methods are more important than ever. The Mentoring Camp provides the opportunity for young artists to reciprocally learn from established artists to advance forward with their art careers.

  • Title : International Ceramic Workshop Mentoring Camp
  • Dates : September 28 (SAT) through to November 17 (SUN), 51 Days
  • Place : Icheon Cerapia NH Hall, Blocks A, Toyaseum, Open grounds
  • Scale : 1,000 people
  • Audience : Specialists, students, Icheon Citizens, General Public
  • Structure
    Mentoring Camp I, International Ceramic Workshop Part I : International Ceramic Camp - Encountering the World (Short-Term Residence, Forum Workshop)
    Mentoring Camp II, International Ceramic Workshop Part I I: Traditional Korean Ceramic Camp - Beyond Tradition
    Workshop Event : Dinner Party, Artists and Different Cuisines, Tea Ceremony, The Spirit and Philosophy in Cooking Natural Food
  • Participating Artists
    - Mentoring Camp I, International Ceramic Workshop Part I :
    International Ceramic Camp - Encountering the World Short-term Residency
    Neil FORREST(Canada), HAHN Ai Kyu, LEE Hun Chung (Korea), Moyo OKEDIJI(Nigeria), Takashi HINODA(Japan), Xiaofeng LI(China), Vipoo SRIVILASA(Thailand/Australia), Kukuli VELARDE(Peru/USA)
    International Ceramic Camp - Encountering the World Forum Workshop
    Richard SHAW(UAS), Ching Yuan CHANG(Taiwan), YEO Sun Koo(Korea), Lawson OYEKAN(Nigeria/UK), Chris ANTEMANN(USA), Toshio OHI(Japan), Albert PFARR(USA), Clare TWOMEY(UK), 베스 로(Beth LO)

    - Mentoring Camp II, International Ceramic Workshop Part II :
    Traditional Korean Ceramic Camp - Beyond Tradition
    ROE Kyung Jo, LEE Kang Hyo, JEONG Yeon Taek, LEE In Chin

Program Timetable

Program Timetable
Classification Date Contents Scale Place
International Ceramic Camp
"Encountering the World"
10.2~21 ① Short-term Residency
- 15DAYS(10.2~16), 20DAYS(10.2~21)
- Mentees selected through open application through the internet, mentees selected by mentors
- Korean Mentors 1, Mentees 3 form 1Team
- Workshop space, exchange of ideas
Total of 32 people
8 Mentors
24 Mentees
NH Hall BLOCK A
10.2~27 ② Forum Workshop
- Lectures, seminars, demonstrations
- Mentor's Class - open participation
- Korean/International Mentor 1 Several participants
8 Mentors Toyaseum
Traditional Korean Ceramic Camp
"Beyond Tradition"
10.28~11.10 ① Traditional Korean Ceramic Camp "Beyond Tradition"
- 15 Day Seminar and Demonstration
- Open application for mentees, mentors select the mentees
- Korean Mentees 1, Mentees 2
Total of 12 people
4 Mentors
8 Mentees
NH Hall BLOCK A
Workshop Events


Food Party
10.11(FRI)(Tentative) ① Dinner Party
- Dinner party created by Vipoo Srivilasa, artist participating in the GICB 2013 main exhibition, for the disabled
- Food Art, cooking and performance
Approx. 20 people Open Ground and M Restaurant
10.7~11.11 ② Artists and Different Cuisines
- International Committee Members and Artists participating in a Food Party
- One-off event for about 100 people
- Combing food with ceramics
Approx. 400 people Toyaseum/Open Ground
10.21~11.17 ③ Tea Ceremony
- Urasenke Tea ceremony created by Toshio Ohi, artist participating in the GICB 2013 main exhibition
Approx. 100 people -
④ The Spirit and Philosophy in Cooking Natural Food'
- Lecture on Temple Food
- Register in advance through the internet
2 sessions(Wednesdays) -

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