Malley Weber has an MFA in Interdisciplinary Art from Goddard College, She is a ceramic artist and educator. In addition to owning and teaching community pottery classes at Hallowell Clay Works, Malley Is the Ceramic Arts adjunct at Univ. of Maine at Augusta, and a teaching artist for Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts www.watershedceramics.org Malley specializes in locally sourced Glacial marine clay and is a strong advocate for utilizing the arts for healing trauma and mental health issues.
CLAY FIELD SESSIONS Owner Malley Weber works privately with clients/students to develop sensorimotor and haptic perception. We work in clay but not to create a product, rather to retrain neural pathways to alleviate trauma. This is not Talk Therapy. Malley is trained in Healing Trauma in the Clay Field and studied with Cornelia Elbrecht. More about Cornelia’s work here http://www.sensorimotorarttherapy.com/about/
For more info please email Malley at Hallowellclayworks@gmail.com
VISITING ARTIST- Contact Malley for more information. We visit k-12 and Universities and Colleges to speak about using Maine Clay and working sustainably with Ceramics. $350 per day. Some scholarships/grants available.
UNIVERSITY OF MAINE-AUGUSTA- next class is Spring 2021
WATERSHED – www.watershedceramics.org for more info about residencies and Education for Art Teachers