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Artists Forum: A Ceramics Mini-Symposium

Friday, March 27, 2015, 3 - 5pm

Reilly Gallery, Smith Center for the Arts PC Galleries at Providence College


PC Ceramics and Galleries at Providence College are pleased to present “Artists Forum: A Ceramics Mini-Symposium” in conjunction with Maker’s Studio, an exhibition curated by Jaimianne Amicucci as part of the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts’ (NCECA) off-site exhibitions program. This symposium highlights the production of four national ceramic artists and seeks to embody NCECA’s annual conference theme of “lively experiments” byway of invididual artist presentations.

“Artists Forum: A Ceramics Mini-Symposium” is is co-organized by Providence College Adjunct Assistant Professor Kim Wimprine with PC Galleries’ Curator Jamilee Polson Lacy and made possible through the support of Providence College’s Department of Art & Art History.

Featured Speakers: Nicole Kowalski Aquillano Jessika Edgar Bobby Tso and Kim Wimprine

 
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PC Galleries present...MAKER’S STUDIO WITH TOMOKO ABE, CHAD D. CURTIS & HANNAH THOMPSETT AND CURATED BY JAIMIANNE AMICUCCI

NCECA Bus Tour Event for Maker’s’ Studio ​

March 11 – March 28, 2015

Public Reception as part of NCECA Bus Tour: Friday, March 27, 5 – 7pm, More Information ​

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Axis Mundi: New Work by Gina Occhiogrosso, Anne Austin Pearce, Frank Poor and Jonathan Sharlin will be in the Hunt-Cavanagh Gallery, February 4 - March 21, 2015. Closing Reception was held Thursday March 19th 5 to 7pm, part of Gallery Night.
 

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Spring Museum Bus Trip to New York City!, Saturday March 21, 2015
 

 
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