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Postponed Thur | June 18 | noon EST

Stefani Threet

Stefani's design concepts began years and years ago as doodles on napkins and scraps of paper, then later made their way onto fabric, and for the past twelve years have become the landscape of her clay work. Meeting ID 9668 101 6926

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Fri May 29 | Noon EST

Special Artist Talk & Demo

Join us for a demo and special report on a recent residency with Kevin Snipes. The residency at Wesleyan College Artist Residency (Macon, Georgia), was hosted by Alexis Gregg, Associate Professor of Art and the college Art Department, and was funded through the Knight Foundation. This talk is in lieu of an exhibition at the Harriet Tubman Museum, in Macon, GA (cancelled due to Covid) to conclude the residency. Garth Johnson, Curator of Ceramic Art at the Everson Museum will also be a special guest.

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Thur May 28 | Noon EST

Lunch & Learn: Sara Parent Ramos

Sara Parent Ramos created Praya Dubia, a site specific installation in our gallery that investigates the microbiome, the wonderful and elusive world thriving inside and outside us. Join us to hear about her inspiration and process.

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Thur | May 21 | Noon EST

Lunch & Learn: Animals All Around Us

Join artists Kip O'Krongly and Lisa Naples along with primatologist Andy Baker from the Philadelphia Zoo, and paleontologist Ted Daeschler from the Academy of Natural Sciences to talk about the human impulse to surround ourselves with animals and images of animals. A fascinating conversation between artists and scientists that you're not likely to hear anywhere.

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Thur | May 14 | Noon EST

Lunch & Learn: Lauren Sandler

Lauren Sandler, Professor and Head of Ceramics at Tyler School of Art, Temple University, will discuss her work, her thoughts on her role as juror of The Clay Studio National, and how she is continuing to be creative during the pandemic.

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Thur | May 7 | Noon EST

Lunch & Learn: All About the Benjamins

The Clay Studio invites artist Roberto Lugo, and PMA curators Elisabeth Agro and Jack Hinton for a conversation about the dynamic gallery installation uniting iconic Ben Franklin representations from across the centuries. TCS curator Jennifer Zwilling will continue the discussion with Roberto Lugo about his time this year in Rome and his community focused projects.

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Apr 30 | Thur | Noon EST

Lunch & Learn with TCS Founders

Join The Clay Studio Founders, Jill Bonovitz, Kathie Dalzell, Janice Merendino, Ken Vavrek and Curator Jennifer Zwilling as they discuss how the idea for a shared studio space got started and their fondest memories of the early years of the organization.

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April 23 | noon

Lunch & Learn with Joshua Hebbert

Join us to hear Joshua discuss his artistic career, his inspiration, and his process. By joining the Zoom conversation you can ask questions about his process and studio practice in person.

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April 16 | Noon EST

Lunch & Learn with Ibrahim Said

Join us for a virtual studio visit with Ibrahim Said. Ibrahim was a Guest Artist in Residence at The Clay Studio in the summer of 2017 and has been a good friend to our community ever since. We are thrilled he is one of the three lead artists for our project, "Making Place Matter," that will culminate in the inaugural exhibition in our new building. Watch and get a peek into Ibrahim’s current studio project, hear about his path to ceramic art, his current exhibitions and museum work, and his early ideas for "Making Place Matter."

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April 9 | noon EST

Lunch & Learn with Glenn Adamson

Join us for the Zoom conversation with Glenn Adamson and Jennifer Zwilling about the history of craft in its many forms, the aesthetics of objects, and the care and attention that goes into producing them. Zoom guests can ask questions directly to the author. Preview Adamson's book "Fewer, Better Things" at bit.ly/3e1cmTG

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March 28, 2020

Joshua Hebbert Gallery Tour

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