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Audrey Mah

With Gardiner Since 2008

Audrey Mah is a contemporary ceramist. She graduated from the University of Waterloo where she received her Bachelor of Fine Arts. She continued her studies in ceramic design at the Ontario College of Art where she received a scholarship.

Her work has been sold in Canada, USA, and Mexico, and has been exhibited at the George Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art. Audrey has received numerous awards from the Ontario Arts Council, and has taught the sculpture program at the Art Gallery of Ontario, as well as the children and adult pottery classes at the Royal Ontario Museum. Currently, she instructs and develops programs at the Gardiner Museum and workshops at various Toronto District schools.

Audrey works regularly with children to create murals through VIBE Arts, an award-winning charitable organization committed to providing children and youth in under resourced communities. She has also been teaching adult and children classes at the Avenue Road Arts School since 2005.

Classes I Teach

Apr
May
01
27
1:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Wednesday Afternoon Stoneware Combo

This combination class will use stoneware clay, a high-fired non-porous clay durable for all kinds of uses, to create decorative, functional or sculptural pieces....

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Apr
Jun
04
06
10:00 am - 12:30 pm

Saturday Morning Kids Class

Kids can explore their creativity and get hands-on with clay, working with a professional artist to make and decorate one-of-a-kind ceramic pieces....

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Apr
Jun
06
08
1:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Monday Afternoon Stoneware

This combination class uses stoneware clay, a high-fired non-porous clay perfect for all kinds of uses, to create decorative, functional, and sculptural pieces....

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April
11
25
1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Mother’s Day Workshop

Looking for the perfect Mother’s Day gift? Make a beautiful handmade cup in this two-day workshop....

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June
07
21
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Sunday Afternoon Raku

In this four-week workshop, students will create Raku-fired objects using hand building techniques or on the pottery wheel....

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