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Mallory Serebrin is ceramic, and fine artist living and creating in Jerusalem, Israel.


Originally from Salt Lake City, Utah, she works mainly in clay but loves to paint and works in any material that speaks to her creative impulses.

In addtion to running and teaching at The Jerusalem Ceramic Art Center, she is a design consultant and curator with a little Real Estate dealings on the side, mostly because she is obessed with HOME. 


A graduate of Pratt Institute’s Art and Design School(1991)in New York and studied summers at Alfred University’s New York School of Ceramics.


Her work has been galleries across America and Israel but now she mostly dedicates her time now to teaching. 


She is the founder and director of The Jerusalem Ceramic Art Center opened in 2005. 

 

www.jerusalemceramicartcenter.com 

 

 

 

 

 

Professional Experience
Studio Artist – 1999 - present
Founder and Director: Studio ArtWorks – The Jerusalem Ceramic Art Center – Jerusalem, Israel,

Managing and running a fully operational ceramic art studio currently with approximately 40+ students ranging from 5-78 years old.

Teaching approximately 10 classes per week (hand building and wheel work).

 

Producing and selling my own ceramic work, and all aspects of running the business for export and domestic sales includes:Judaica, table ware, dedication plaques for institutions and special order work. 

 

Clay Camp Summer Arts Program –Jerusalem, Israel, 2000– Present. Director and Teacher
 

The Guild – ceramic co-op –Participating Artist. Jerusalem, Israel, 2005 


The Clay Art Center, Port Chester, NY – Visiting Guest Teacher – Fall 2005
 
Shemonah b’yachad – ceramic co-op –Participating Artist. Israel, 2004

Education

Alfred University – New York State College of Ceramics - Summer 2006 and Summer 2007, ceramic program


Pratt Institute – Brooklyn, NY - BFA with highest honors, Art & Design- Painting – June 1991


University of Washington – Seattle, WA studies in Art and Literature – 1985-87


Workshops and seminars with ceramic artists: Lisa Clague, Lisa Hammond (UK),Ashley Howard (UK), Jack Dorhety (FR), Simon Leach (UK),, Richard Dewar (UK), Will Levy Marshall (UK), Nick Jeorling, Linda Christensen. Leah Leitson,
Jim Robinson (UK), Robin Hopper.

Exhibitions, Awards, and Honors
“Out of the Box” Tzedakah Show – William Breman Museum, Atlanta, GA 2006

Zyzyx Fine Arts and Craft Gallery, Featured Artist, March 2005

“Art of the Tzedakah Box” Juried Competition, First Place Winner, Columbia, MD 2004

American Guild of Judaic Art- Member since 2004

Israel Ceramics Association – Member since 2001

Participant in “Door Posts Project” of artist’s Mezzuzot – JCC, NYC, NY – 2001

Adjootian Fine Arts Scholarship 1990-91

Pratt Institute Resident of the Year 1988-89 for the creation of the Pratt House Student Gallery

Pratt Institute Presidential Scholar 1988-89, 1989-90, 1990-91

White Plains, New York Judaica Juried Show- 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007

Housewives and Heroines - Group Exhibition - Anetea Gallery, Jerusalem 2009

"Musical Chairs" - Group Exhibition - Diagalev Live Art Boutique Hotel, Tel Aviv, Israel 2011 

Jerusalem Bienale - Curator and participating artist - A Sense of Space, A Sence of Place. 2015

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