This exhibition celebrates the innovative achievements of past Haystack Mountain School of Crafts clay faculty as they comment on the contemporary evolution of ceramic practice through a curatorial role. Fuller Craft Museum has selected 9 past or present Haystack clay faculty considered to be trailblazers in the field of ceramics, and asked them to identify ceramic artists working today that represent future directions in studio ceramics. The exhibition reflects the nature of studio craft in a meaningful way, namely its deeply connected community whose influence inspires our appreciation and understanding of the landscape of contemporary ceramics.
Continuum of Innovation: Haystack Clay Selects, Legacy of Fire: Clay Dragon Studio Revisited and State of Clay are being organized in conjunction with NCECA 2015 being held in Providence, RI from March 25 – 28, 2015.
NCECA Reception with Speaker Wayne Higby
Saturday, March 28, 2015, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Celebrate a rich season of clay with a special NCECA conference reception featuring a 2:00 pm lecture by ceramic artist and educator Wayne Higby. Reception is included with the cost of admission. The lecture is $15 ($7 Members).
The list of Haystack Clay exhibiting artists:
Barry Bartlett, Chris Gustin, Cristina Cordova, Cynthia Bringle, Del Harrow, Eddie Dominguez, Guillermo Cuellar, Jacob Foran, Jeannine Marchand, Linda Sikora, Linda Sormin, Nathan Craven, Paula Winokur, Richard Notkin, Robert Winokur, Steven Heinemann, Tip Toland, Warren MacKenzie.