Lori-Ann Touchette is an art historian/archaeologist with degrees from Brown, Princeton and Oxford Universities. Living in Rome since 1997, she teaches for the School of Visual Arts Rome Program. She is an author and editor of books and articles regarding Greek and Roman art, the 18th century Grand Tour, historical and contemporary ceramics, and more. In 2012, she co-founded C.R.E.T.A. Rome with Italian artist Paolo Porelli.
The Oxford Handbook of Roman Sculpture, 2015
The Classical Review (New Series), 1999
Cary Fellowship: Roman reception of the Greek cultural tradition
Papers of the British School at Rome, 1999
Hellenistic Royal Portraits (Oxford monographs on classical archaeology)
Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1988
The non-profit organization ‘c.r.e.t.a. rome’ offers an international self-funded residency program in the historical centre of Rome, Italy. The Italian word for clay is perfect to express the commitment to creating an international reference point for ceramics and the arts in the eternal city of Rome. Moreover, taken as an acronym, it spells out c.r.e.t.a.'s main activities: ceramics, residencies, exhibitions, teaching and the arts. Artists have the opportunity to focus on their art, whether it be creating a new body of work, expanding a well-established oeuvre or allowing themselves to draw inspiration from their surroundings and the centuries of culture that define the eternal city. In addition, they have access to the wealth of galleries and exhibitions in Rome and beyond.https://www.cretarome.com/
Stay up to date on all things Clay Studio with announcements, invitations and news delivered straight to your inbox.