Jill Foote-Hutton
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Jill Foote-Hutton

Jill Foote-Hutton has earned a living as a teacher, curator, writer, artist, and arts administrator since 2003. She has been graced with the opportunities to travel to Greece, Denmark, China, Japan, and glorious locales within the United States in the name of contemporary craft. She was the Coordinator of Artist Services and Storytelling at Northern Clay Center, Curator of Exhibitions at Red Lodge Clay Center, and Gallery Director and lead faculty at East Central College. 


A teaching artist's sample of the folded-owl project, in which participants can build texture with limited manual dexterity.
NCC’s teaching artists, supported by the organization’s commitment to responsive, professional development, have developed a deep understanding of the human brain, of aging, and of healing that has helped shape the practice of ART@HAND.
Greetings from the new Studio Potter Editor, "Let's not be reductive. Let's be expansive. If we make a list, let's do it to parse out the options rather than create an oppressive hierarchy. We can all benefit from the beautiful mosaic of potential within the ceramic medium. This is what Studio Potter has always done." Send your story proposals to editor@studiopotter.org