Pictured: Susannah Israel, Douglas Fir, Tree Crown series (detail), 2023.

Fahrenheit 2024 Artist Panel w/Susannah Israel & Luke Huling

Thursday, May 23, 2024 • 12 –1 PM (PST) • Online

Join us for a panel discussion with Susannah Israel and Luke Huling, two artists featured in Fahrenheit 2024.

During this virtual event, you’ll have the distinct opportunity to get to know the artists’ stories and inspirations behind their artworks. AMOCA Exhibitions Manager Pam Aliaga will guide this discussion with featured Fahrenheit artists, offering thoughtful insights and facilitating sincere conversations.

The panel will be followed by a Q&A session, where you’ll have the opportunity to pose your own questions to the artists. Get to ask the artists those burning questions.

This zoom artist panel is free with registration. Register by clicking the button below (it may take a moment to load). If you have questions about the zoom event or would like assistance with registration, please email communications@amoca.org.

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Susannah Israel

Susannah Israel is an American ceramic artist living in Oakland, California. Her sculptures reveal a gritty yet passionate view of humanity, drawn from city life. She was born in NYC where she received a scholarship to Pratt Art Institute to study ceramics with Byron Temple. She received her BA and MFA in Ceramics at San Francisco State University and taught Sculpture & Ceramics at Laney College, Oakland. Israel’s expressive work is widely exhibited, appearing in the collections of the Archie Bray Foundation, Auckland Memorial Museum, New Zealand, Mint Museum’s American Ceramics Collection, the Yingge Ceramics Museum, parks and libraries, and many others around the world.

Luke Huling

Luke Huling is a ceramic figure sculptor from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. He currently resides in North Carolina and is an Associate Professor at Sandhills Community College. He received his BFA from Edinboro University and his MFA from Indiana University. He is a past resident at The LUX Center for the Arts and Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts. He is a scholarship recipient from the National Society of Arts and Letters and the inaugural recipient of the Chris Boger Memorial Award.

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