The NCECA Conference is right around the corner! I am pleased to announce my participation in the following events and exhibitions in Providence and surrounding areas:
1. POW! Pots on Wheels 100 Potters, Find us in the truck outside the convention center! Visit their website at http://www.potsonwheels.com/ for more information about their Boston based community outreach.
2. A Group Dynamic: new works by John Oles, Stephanie Rozene, John Gargano, John Donovan and William DePauw. At The New Bedford Museum of Art. Visit http://www.newbedfordart.org/current-exhibitions/ for more information.
3. NCECA Connections – Devices for Creating Dialogue: A Discussion with Stephanie Rozene, John Oles and John Gargano about the ways in which and the importance of creating community in our studio practices.
Friday March 27th 5:15-6:15pm Ballroom D/E Providence Convention Center
The New Bedford Museum of Art
Watershed Center for Ceramic Arts: Celebrating Craftsmanship, Creativity & Community
Organized by Elizabeth Kendall
January 21 – April 2, 2015
Ceramicists from across the country are showcased in four concurrent exhibitions. The featured artists were once residents at Watershed, the acclaimed MidCoast Maine center for ceramics fostering creativity, community and collaboration.
A “four in one” show presenting the impact and opportunity of the Watershed residency experience, featuring current work of approximately 40 artists.
A Group Dynamic
Curators John Oles and Stephanie Rozene presents work of residents from their 2011 AIA session exploring the influence of the communal experience and their continuing dialog from that experience.
More than Just a Job
Curator Sequoia Miller will feature work by a number of our past summer staff and explore the impact of a summer spent at Watershed, as a catalyst for commitment to the field of ceramics as a career.
Time and Space
Curator Sarah Archer who will bring her fresh perspective and aesthetic response to create a show from our large family of past residents.
Salad Days, Second Course
Features the current work of our past Salad Days Artists and asks how the experience impacted them as makers/artists/etc.