As part of her recent sabbatical leave, Prof. Wynne Wilbur participated in an artist's residency at the Red Lodge Clay Center in Montana. Prof. Wilbur shared with us information about (and pictures of!) her great experience.
was part of an AIA group of 5 women (all who loosely have ties to Kansas). AIA
stands for Artist Invites Artists. In this case, Glenda Taylor (Ceramics, chair
of art at Washburn U. in Topeka) had been to Red Lodge before and invited the
rest of us to join her for a month in June. We all worked in the same studio
and lived in the same restored Victorian house in town. We mostly worked on our
own stuff, but shared ideas, processes, impressions etc. while we worked."