1981-1983 Textile Arts, Teacher training course, Delft.
1971-1976 Gerrit Rietveld Academy, (teachers training in art, teaching qualifications second level (MO-A) and first level (MO-B), handicrafts, teacher-training institute) Amsterdam. Specialisation in Ceramics and Wood Sculpture. Teachers: Adriana Baarspul and Jan Meefout.
1977- present: professional ceramist
1977-2016: Arts & Crafts teacher
2016: Arts teacher, Atelier De Kromme Mijdrecht (studio)
2014 Kera-mix, Zoetermeer; De Kapberg Gallery, Egmond a/d Hoef
2013 Kunst in drievoud, Badhoevedorp
2012 Kera-tex, Zoetermeer
2011 Kera-tex, Zoetermeer
2005 De Kapberg Gallery, Egmond a/d Hoef; De Plomp Gallery, Warmond
1984 Dutch Department of Ceramists (Nederlandse Vakgroep Keramisten), Kunstruimte Heereveen;
RAKU of five Dutch ceramists, Kapelhuis, Amersfoort
1980 Atelier 72, Bodegraven, RAKU
1979 ’t Oude Slot, Heemstede, Dutch Department of Ceramists;
De Olievaar, Uithoorn, Kleikollektief
1978 Potsierlijk Gallery, The Hague, RAKU
1977 Looking at Ceramics, Het Kapelhuis, Amersfoort,
1976 Aemstelle Gallery, Amstelveen;
Het Oude Raadhuis, Aalsmeer, De Werkschuit teachers
The whimsical shapes and colours of rocky walls of the coasts in the United Kingdom, Ireland and Norway have been an inspiration for Jackie S. Hutter’s ceramic objects. This is clearly evident in her Raku work, where she uses coarse clay, sometimes partly glazed.
She is also fascinated by textiles or fabrics with their different structures. She presses the different fabrics into the slabs of clay before using them.
Architecture however, inspires her the most.
Jackie S. Hutter is available for organising ceramics workshops at schools or for small groups of people.
She can also be consulted for ceramics or art assignments in primary and secondary schools.