Watch Me Work: Ebitenyefa Baralaye • Section Head • Ceramics
Assistant Professor of Crafts and Section Head of Ceramics, Baralaye has been making art since he was a child. Early on, he loved to draw and devoured books his father bought him in order to copy the work of famous artists. Later, he was fascinated by how to create art that could engage with space the way people do, so he studied sculpting in his high school AP art class.
Pewabic Pottery Exhibition Features the Work of CCS Ceramics Section Head
Inspired, which features the work of CCS Ceramics section head Ebintenyefa Baralaye, is an exhibition at Pewabic Pottery paying homage to co-founder Mary Chase Perry Stratton who played a significant role in the development of the ceramics programs at what is now the College of Creative Studies.
Glass Student Featured in the Jewish News
At the same time Simon Waranch is represented by two works as part of the Michigan Regional Glass Exhibition at the Janice Charach Gallery in West Bloomfield, he is exhibiting work to memorialize the Holocaust in a display at the Museum of Biblical Art in Dallas.