Ceramics student Alma Guyton is one of five students selected from a national pool of applicants for the 2015 Advanced Student Project Network (ASPN) Residency at the Red Lodge Clay Center in Red Lodge, Montana. The ASPN, hosted by the Red Lodge Clay Center, is a new program that focuses on an intensive three-week residency experience providing professional practice within a gallery, a studio and a like-minded community.
The five ASPN Artists in Residence will work in a community studio, meet with professional artists for discussion and receive tours of the Archie Bray, The Clay Studio of Missoula and Montana State University-Bozeman. They will participate in a public presentation and an exhibition May 1-29, 2015.
Guyton will work on figure sculpture and glaze evolution while at Red Lodge Center. Her residency is being funded in part by a student scholarship through the School of Art + Art History.