Sayge Carroll Carroll
Earlier this year Pangea World Theater had the amazing pleasure of collaborating with Mudluk Pottery and ceramic artist Sayge Carroll who lead inspiring and powerful clay workshops for the community.
A Note from Sayge about your Clay Night: Looking for a creative experience? Bring a friend and join us for an evening for two in our clay studio. Suited for all levels and ages 9+, our guests will enjoy a 90-minute personalized experience with guided instruction on hand-building or wheel throwing clay. Your session will include individualized direction for glazing and finishing your ceramic piece. You may pick up your work in two weeks. 2 pieces and firing fees are included.
About Sayge Carroll: Artist and advocate Sayge Carroll has been tending the soil of community through art for more than 20 years. Carroll is a recent graduate of University of Minnesota MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts and Social Practice and holds a BA from the University of Minnesota. Through visual art, sound design and civic engagement Carroll has devoted their career and life work to connecting ancestral wisdom, lineage and knowledge of natural resources to the present. In their public art and events, Carroll works outside traditional art spaces to reach people in the context of their lives and communities. Their large-scale sculptural installation Building Worlds (2021) was activated by Artists Keegan Xavi, Lela Pierce, Davu Seru and Douglas Ewart inspired by our city’s bounty of black cultural ambassadors.
Pangea World Theater will contact silent auction winners and arrange pick up of larger items at Pangea's studio space located at 711 W Lake St # 101, Minneapolis, MN 55408. Small items like gift cards will be mailed out the week of June 20th.
Thank you for your support!