Doublet Design, located on Wiscasset’s Creamery Pier, is hosting the second in the SHED Talks at Dusk series on Thursday, July 27, 8:30 p.m., following the Wiscasset Art Walk. Local ceramic artist Juliette Walker will exhibit and discuss her work with the public.
Combining the sculptural with the performative, Walker uses the medium of clay to create socially based art that takes form as events, installations, and interactions. Walker was born in Madison, Wisc., and received a bachelor’s degree in studio art from Pomona College in 2013. In 2015-2016, she was a post-baccalaureate student in ceramics at University of Wisconsin — Madison. She is currently the administrative assistant at Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts in Newcastle.
SHED Talks at Dusk is a lecture series hosted by Doublet Design. Owners Mali Mrozinski and Jordan Gehman look forward to “bringing artists, craftspeople, and the community together to discuss and engage with creative ideas.” The SHED is a multifunctional space that serves as the workshop and gallery for Doublet Design.
Weather permitting, the talk will be held outside, with images projected onto the wall of the workshop. Attendees are advised to wear appropriate clothing and bug protection. More information about Doublet Design can be found at doublet-design.com.