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Ceramics

I believe it is important to continue the human need to explore what is possible," he says, "to relinquish certainty in exchange for vulnerability.

 

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Jason Lee Starin, 'Goblin,' 2014, ceramic, lowfire glaze

Jason Lee Starin is the Ceramics Studio Supervisor for the UArts Ceramics program. He received his MFA from Pacific Northwest College of Art and Oregon College of Art and Craft in Applied Craft and Design in 2011, and his BFA in Ceramics from Grand Valley State University in 1999.

Referencing fantasy and sci-fi narratives, Jason’s ceramic-based art practice values the importance of making and tangible objects as they are construed between internal and external realities.

“I believe it is important to continue the human need to explore what is possible," he says, "to relinquish certainty in exchange for vulnerability."

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