Clay@Penn 2010: Declarations
University of Pennsylvania is pleased to present Clay@Penn 2010: Declarations from March 15 to April 4, 2010.
The exhibition will take place at Fox Art Gallery in Claudia Cohen Hall at University of Pennsylvania.
An Opening Reception will be held on March 30 at 6:30 p.m. The public is cordially invited to attend.
Clay@Penn 2010: Declarations is one of 95 exhibitions that are part of INDEPENDENCE: The 44th Annual National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) conference taking place in Philadelphia from March 31 - April 3, 2010. The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, PA is serving as the onsite liaison and organizing body of the exhibitions program. For a complete list of programmed exhibitions, visit: http://www.theclaystudio.org/events/nceca/exhibitions.php.
Clay@Penn 2010: Declarations is a group exhibition that showcases the diverse ceramic works by thirteen artists who have formed the clay program at the University of Pennsylvania. Penn's unique clay program maintains its high standards with prominent faculty and staff members. This exhibition reveals how their individual artistic visions and imaginations are declared through distinct uses of clay. The exhibition includes works by the four current faculty members, Matt Courtney, Ryan Greenheck, Sumi Maeshima, and Jeff Warnock, and by the studio technician, Michelle Miller. Former instructors and staff members, Linda Cordell, Jaclyn DeMeo, Paul Donnelly, Brad Johnson, Mark Lueders, Ichiro Matsuo, Matt Wilt, and Rebekah Wostrel have also generously contributed their current work, reaffirming their connection to the Penn clay program.
Clay@Penn 2010: Declarations, is one of four different groups of exhibitions developed for the conference, titled From the Community (the other groups being NCECA exhibitions, The Clay Studio exhibitions, and Concurrent Independent Exhibitions.) From the Community is a group of exhibitions developed in support of the 44th NCECA Conference by individual artists, groups of artists, commercial galleries, non-profit and alternative spaces, colleges and universities.
The exhibitions celebrate the work of professionals, aspiring professionals, and students.
Fox Art Gallery hours are Monday through Friday (9 am -5 pm), Saturday (Noon -4 pm).
For further information and high-resolution images, please contact Donna Fee at 215-573-5134, Fee@ Design.upenn.edu,
or Sumi Maeshima, 215-906-6268, firstname.lastname@example.org