The potterymaking state
Providing a current and detailed take on the craft of ceramics around the state, the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia has opened “Georgia Clayworkers,” an exhibition of 50 ceramic works by 25 Georgia ceramicists.
Curated by Rick Berman, long-time Atlanta potter and Pace Academy pottery instructor, the show runs through March 31. A ticketed reception is planned 6:30-9 p.m. Feb. 17 ($20), and a ceramics marketplace of Georgia clay workers, including several of the exhibition artists, is set for 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Feb. 18 (marketplace is free, and normal admission will be waived with any purchase).
The 25 artists are: A.J. Argentina, Rick Berman, Jennifer Ashcraft Berman, Jorie Berman, Sandy Culp, Glenn Dair, Tom Egan, Mary Engel, Roger Jamison, Lauren Gallaspy, Chris Kelly, Diane Kempler, Mark Knott, Ron Meyers, Andy Nassise, Marcia O’Brien, Margaret Patterson, Donald Penny, John Roberts, Lora Rust, T. Saupe, Vernon Smith, Tim Sullivan, Sunkoo
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