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May 29, 2015
The Chili Bowl Workspace Residency is an opportunity for potters who want to create their own work and participate in WSW’s Chili Bowl Fest, an annual fundraiser and our biggest community event of the year. Each February, WSW sells over 1,000 bowls, mugs, and tumblers at the Chili Bowl Fest to support the operations… View Article
Jul 06, 2017
For two decades, the Annual Chili Bowl Fiesta has been a favorite for both the Hudson Valley and WSW. This afternoon of handmade art, delicious local cuisine, and community takes place on the last Saturday of February. More than 20 local restaurants and chefs donate 50+ gallons of chili, satisfying meat-lovers, vegans, and vegetarians alike…. View Article
Feb 26, 2019
In 1996, WSW began the Chili Bowl to bring the community together and to highlight some of the incredible work being made in our studios. Now, 23 years later, the Chili Bowl Fest has become a staple in the town of Rosendale. After all, there’s no better cure for the winter blues than a plentiful… View Article
Feb 18, 2017
With our 20th Anniversary Chili Bowl only a week away, we wanted to catch up with one of the people making this year’s event happen: Chili Bowl Intern Mel Doiron. Since January, Mel has been a daily presence in our studio, and in only eight weeks she has produced hundreds of bowls for the big… View Article
Feb 13, 2013
Women’s Studio Workshop’s Annual Chili Bowl Fiesta is a beloved local event designed to burn-off the winter blues and refuel your inner furnace with great ceramics, fun music and a heaping dose of steaming chili. Every year the Workshop’s ceramics department gathers together a team of local artists and ceramicist volunteers to produce over 800… View Article
Feb 14, 2019
Our annual Chili Bowl fundraiser is right around the corner and we’re getting pretty excited! As always, the Chili Bowl Intern has played a big part in getting ready for this event. Laura Casas came to WSW after graduating with her BFA in December, and got straight to work in our ceramics studio. Her work… View Article
Mar 26, 2015
Last month, WSW hosted another incredible Chili Bowl Fiesta. From start to finish, the Rosendale Community Center was brimming with guests enjoying chili in their new bowls, which were made by volunteers, our ceramics staff, and this year’s Chili Bowl intern, Katie Bosley. We welcome a new ceramics intern each January, who’s responsible for throwing and decorating a huge number… View Article
Feb 19, 2018
This article was first published before the WSW’s 21st Annual Chili Bowl Fiesta, which has since come to pass. Breana Hendricks has been sculpting, throwing, and decorating bowls of all kinds during her Chili Bowl Internship at WSW, not to mention teaching classes and making her own work. During this busy season we found some… View Article
Feb 19, 2016
With our 19th Annual Chili Bowl only a week away, we wanted to catch up with one of the people making this year’s event happen: Chili Bowl Intern Allora McCullough. Since January, Allora has been a daily presence in our studio, and in only eight weeks she has produced hundreds of bowls for the big… View Article
Apr 28, 2015
Amidst a landscape slowly emerging from the weight of winter, Chili Bowl Workspace resident Sarah Blackwell finds every excuse to work outside. Hands glowing with porcelain dust, she sands several hundred mysterious, hand-sized ceramic coils. “Clay has such a life of its own. It’s constantly shifting and warping. You want to force it to be… View Article
Aug 31, 2018
A squat ceramic jar sits in the sunlight, tranquil and smooth. Its surface is the color of cowhide. Its wide lip supports an astonishing domed lid, architectural in its striated surface. The knob sits triumphantly above. The lid is a bright red, and it’s made of plastic. The form vibrates with the tension between… View Article
Sep 28, 2018
Women’s Studio Workshop enjoyed a chat with Chili Bowl Workspace Resident Lydia Loy-Santelli about her path to ceramics, what inspires her, and advice for emerging artists. Read a bit of our conversation below! WSW You grew up with artists in the family, started learning photography, then fell in love with clay. Are there clear moments… View Article
Jan 22, 2015
Women’s Studio Workshop regularly welcomes new faces: resident artists, students, volunteers, and visitors are always coming and going. Every six months, we also celebrate the arrival of a new set of interns who quickly become part of the WSW community. Last week, we welcomed our first group of 2015, marking 30 years of our internship program!… View Article
Jun 01, 2015
Megan Sauve came from Chicago to work as a Chili Bowl Fiesta Ceramics Intern, making 700 bowls for WSW’s annual Chili Bowl Fiesta. She moved to the Hudson Valley, worked at the Center for Photography in Woodstock and then attended Syracuse University in the Arts Administration graduate program.
Jun 01, 2015
Dorrie Sanders came from San Deigo to help prepare for the annual Chili Bowl Fiesta fundraiser. She holds a BFA from UMass Dartmouth and has done work in ceramics at UC San Diego.
Jun 01, 2015
Michelle Chung came to WSW from California as a Chili Bowl Fiesta Ceramics Intern with experience in Asian functional ceramics traditions and an interest in community engagement. She earned her BA at UC San Diego.
Jun 01, 2015
Sarah Blackwell is a Brooklyn-based ceramicist and member of The Royal Frog Ballet. At WSW, she explored experimental, temporary installation with handmade ceramic coils, and made vessels for the annual Chili Bowl Fiesta fundraiser.
Jun 01, 2015
Mary Beth Waterbury came to WSW to be a Chili Bowl Fiesta Ceramics Intern. She holds a BA in Art History, Criticism and Conservation from Drew University and she currently lives in and works in New York City.
Jun 01, 2015
Judy Vasseur came from Brooklyn to work in the ceramic studio. In addition to workin on her own pots Judy helped make bowls for WSW’s annual Chili Bowl Fiesta. In NYC Judy works at Greenwich House Pottery.