MISSION AND HISTORY
In 2000 in a small apartment in the Greek Colony of Jerusalem housed a small studio catering to a few adults and children who wanted to learn to work in clay. Started by Mallory Serebrin, a trained artist and American immigrant to Israel in 1993, the studio soon became a creative haven. The studio moved to Talpiot in 2004 and is one of the best equipped and run ceramic studios in Israel.
Mallory Serebrin, artist and director, is able to facilitate individual artistic exploration; giving each student the opportunity to bring something of themselves out into the world in a work of art.
The Jerusalem Ceramic Art Center - Studio Artworks offers classes in ceramics and art for beginners through experienced students. It is a unique space of community and creativity for young and senior alike.
A third generation artist, Mallory Serebrin grew up in a world of creativity. Both her father and Grandfather were painters, and her mother talented in every way. All three of her sisters are artists in their own right.
Originally from Salt Lake City, Utah, she studied Art and Design in New York at Pratt Institute and spent summers at The New York School of Ceramics at Alfred University.
In 2000 she opened a small studio in the Greek Colony of Jerusalem and has since then grown an artistic community and has fostered the creativity of hundreds of children and adults in and out of Jerusalem.
In Talpiot since 2004, the studio has grown into a bustling and friendly enviornment. The fully equipped studio has come to serve both young and senior who come to spend from a few hours a week to full time members.
Mallory's passion is to help others solve problems in clay; to faciliate the exploration of individual expression and to share the magic of the creative process.