lunch learn horiz jeremiahibarra

Thur | Feb 24 | Noon EST

Jeremiah Ibarra

Jeremiah Ibarra creates humorous pottery with the sgrafitto technique. Check out his work in The Clay Studio Shop!

lunch learn horiz masasasaki

Thur | Feb 17 | Noon EST

Masa Sasaki

Artist Masa Sasaki will talk about his functional ceramics, inspirations, and techniques. Check out his work in The Clay Studio Shop!

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lunch learn horiz newresidents2

Thur | Feb 3 | Noon EST

New Resident Introductions (part 2)

Meet Dante Gambardella, Jinsik Yoo, Liisa Nelson

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lunch learn horiz newresidents1

Thur | Jan 27 | Noon EST

New Resident Introductions

Meet Minah Kim, Josephine Mette Larsen, and Akiko Jackson

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lunch learn horiz new building

Thur | Jan 20 | Noon EST

Making Place Matter & New Building Update

Join us to hear an update on the new building construction and the major exhibition that will inaugurate our new galleries, Making Place Matter. This inaugural exhbition has been generously supported by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage.

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lunch learn horiz delvingoode

Thur | Jan 13 | Noon EST

Delvin Goode

"I am driven to excellence by the connections people make with functional products from the receipt of the item, to unpackaging, to deepened affections as that object is imprinted with memories throughout its use. Dings, scratches, and stains are all welcome as they are signs of continued use, which elevates the art to its fullest potential. Superior quality craft, cleverly conceived graphics, and universal humor are essential to my art, and I hope to bring smiles to the faces of anyone who sees or uses my work."

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lunch learn horiz sanamemami

Thur | Jan 6 | Noon EST

Sanam Emami

Meet ceramic artist Sanam Emami, who is also our Guest Juror for new Resident Artist applicants in 2022.

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Our Viewers Respond

"Thank you for the Zoom meetings. I feel so connected. Today seeing and hearing Lauren Sandler speak was so exciting, and last week I felt part of art history as the PMA Curators and Roberto spoke together. I am sharing these with my students. The Ripple Effect is Happening! So grateful for Thursday Zooms." – Ann HJuuki

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