Thursday, October 14, 2021 | 6pm EST

Inspired by the Museum’s exhibition Intuition & Reflection: The Ceramics of Toshiko Takaezu, virtually step inside the studio and creative mind of ceramics artist Deborah Slahta as she works through her creative process.

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About Deborah Slahta:

While attending Moravian College, Deborah Slahta began her lifelong passion for clay upon graduating with a B.S. in Mathematics. Now she explores the vessel as a three-dimensional canvas, producing finely crafted Raku and stoneware Ceramics.

Slahta is a Hellertown, PA native residing in the Lehigh Valley. She maintains a studio at the Banana Factory in Bethlehem, PA, where she has been a juried resident artist since May 2000, teaching ceramic classes for adults, children summer camps, and after school programs for at-risk youth. Her work is exhibited in national and regional shows, including Pennsylvania Craft at the State Museum in Harrisburg and Area Artists 2017 at Lehigh University.