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Meet your lovely teachers

Ceramist

Maja Sofie

Maja Sofie is educated from the arts and craft school Capellagården in Sweden. After a year as an apprentice in Denmark, she started her own business and have worked as a full-time potter the past three years. Maja Sofie focuses on form and material, the clay itself and it’s possibilities. She mainly works with tableware made on the wheel. “I appreciate details and quality in defining a shape, and that is also what I am trying to make my students think about in their work.” When teaching pottery classes she focuses on giving her students an introduction in how to work with - and understand clay, and how to give shape and character to it.

Ceramist

Elisabeth Bondo Martin

Elisabeth graduated from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Schools of Architecture, Design, and Conservation.

Ceramist

Amalie Foldager Christensen

Amalie graduated from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Schools of Architecture, Design, and Conservation.

Ceramist

Mirja Laugesen

Mirja Laugesen is Educated from KADK (The Royal Danish Academy of fine arts, school of design). Mirja’s work with ceramic design is often focused on combining color and material in compositions. Sometimes as plates on a table and sometimes as tiles or decoration on the wall. She works with various techniques, but preferably with the hands directly in the clay.

Ceramist

Mia Maya Christophersen

Mia Maya graduated from The Royal Danish Academy of fine arts, school of design as a ceramic designer and trained as a porcelain painter in Royal Copenhagen. She is the owner of Mia Maya Design, where she develops and produces artisanal ceramic design products for both the commercial and domestic markets. At her workshop in Copenhagen, all the products are produced by hand, using techniques such as slip-cast, hand throwing, and brush painting. Through experiments with materials and techniques, she develops forms, glazes, and decorations which are based on a simple and functional idiom. “When I teach, I love passing on the techniques I have learned over time. I find it very interesting to see what kind of results can spring out of an otherwise traditional technique when applying a creative and innovative approach. Also, I find it inspiring to follow the journey that my students go through when learning about ceramics, whether they are complete beginners or working at a more advanced level”.

Sculptor

Katrine Ejby Bidstrup

Katrine is an autodidact sculptor who gained her knowledge through many years of experimenting with clay. Her works are inspired by the human figure and combine surrealism and realism. Her sculptures remind us of the beautiful aspects of life. Katrine studies Business administration and psychology. When teaching she focuses on individual learning and creative thinking.

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