NCECA Presents: Crosscurrents: Clay and Culture Ceramic Exhibition

March 14 – 17, 2018

The 52nd Annual Conference of the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts will take place March 14 – 17, 2018 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. CrossCurrents: Clay and Culture, the theme for NCECA’s 2018 conference reflects Pittsburgh as a city of rivers, bridges, complex immigrant history, gritty perseverance, and reinvention.

ACFL&MH will host two exhibitions in our Studio Space during the conference featuring a collection by Edinboro University Ceramics, organized by Lee Rexrode and Casting Shadows, curated by Jennifer Zwilling. See below for details.

Wed 3/14  10am-5pm
Thu  3/15  10:15am-5pm
 Fri    3/16  10:15am-9pm   Reception: 6pm-8pm
 Sat   3/17  10:15am-2pm   

ACFL&MH Exhibition is Free and Open to the Public

Visit NCECA website for information on registration for other conference events.

Edinboro University Ceramics

Edinboro’s Ceramics program encourages a variety of traditional and innovative approaches to working with clay as an artistic medium. Featured artists include: Lee Rexrode, Chuck Johnson, Sara Catapano, Hannah Pierce, Alana Wilson, Clarissa Pezone, Brandon Lipe, Chanakarn Semachai, Michael Bishop, and Mark Tarabula. Organized by Lee Rexrode.

Casting Shadows

Explores the literal and figurative concepts of shadow present in the unique and varied work of The Clay Studio Resident Artists including Roberta Massuch, Ahrong Kim, Andrea Marquis, Claudio Mastrobuono, Joshua Hebbert, Nick Lenker, Amy Shindo, Nate Willever, Jacob Raeder, Joanna Pike, Jason Lee Starin, and Daniel Ricardo Teran. Curated by Jennifer Zwilling.