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Pass the Peas: Food, Objects and the Making of Community

By |2015-03-16T18:21:52-05:00March 16th, 2015|Categories: 2015 Conference, Featured|

As you look through conference programming, be sure to block out time for the 2015 roundtable discussion, Pass the Peas: Food, Objects and the Making of Community.   This will take place on Thursday morning, from 9-10:30am in ballroom D/E. The [...]

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Earthenware: A History of Table Traditions and Related Recipes

By |2015-03-02T11:46:21-05:00February 25th, 2015|Categories: 2015 Conference, Featured|

Dr. Frederick Douglas Opie In selecting our keynote for this year’s conference, the NCECA board was looking to be strategic in identifying someone that could speak to our field in ways that made connections between food, objects and [...]

Year Round Programming

By |2015-01-26T23:04:06-05:00January 28th, 2015|Categories: Featured, Member Opportunities, online programming, Podcasts, Videos|

As we approach our 50th anniversary, the NCECA board has been looking at ways to expand the reach of the Council beyond our annual conference. This was a charge directly related to NCECA’s strategic plan and developed from asking questions [...]

Paul Kotula remembers Tony Hepburn

By |2015-01-09T13:58:38-05:00January 9th, 2015|Categories: Featured, Member Stories, remembrances|Tags: |

Reposted from Paul Kotula Projects "It is with great sadness that I announce the passing of Tony Hepburn, influential artist, educator, writer, mentor and friend. He died on January 5, 2015 at his home in Chicago, IL. Born September 9, 1942 [...]

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Roundtable Discussion: Handle as Bridge: Creativity, Learning and Purpose

By |2014-03-09T10:32:49-05:00March 10th, 2014|Categories: Conference Cities, Featured, Milwaukee|

Roundtable Discussion: Handle as Bridge: Creativity, Learning and Purpose One of the highlights of Material World, NCECA's upcoming conference in Milwaukee, will be a thought provoking roundtable discussion produced in cooperation with the Chipstone Foundation. It takes place early in the morning following [...]

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Milwaukee Keynote Presentation: Theaster Gates

By |2014-03-05T11:21:42-05:00March 5th, 2014|Categories: Conference Cities, Featured, Milwaukee|

NCECA is thrilled to bring Theaster Gates to Milwaukee to deliver the 2014 keynote address, Yamaguchi, Soul Manufacturing Corporation and A Potter Named Dave. The Need for Blackness Within Contemporary Ceramics. Theaster Gates is an artist whose creative endeavor represents [...]

Allison Rose Craver and Katie Coughlin

By |2014-02-20T12:40:53-05:00February 20th, 2014|Categories: Conference Cities, Exhibitions, Featured, Milwaukee|

Plenty, a collaborate exhibition by Allison Rose Craver and Katie Coughlin, will be on view at Heather Cooke Elliot, located in Suite 302 of the Marshall building,  for the duration of the NCECA conference. The exhibit includes a new collaborative work [...]

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Exhibitions in the Marshall Building

By |2014-02-12T17:47:35-05:00February 17th, 2014|Categories: Featured|

Since 1906, the Marshall Building has been a catalyst in transforming Milwaukee's  Historic Third Ward neighborhood. George Ferry and Alfred Clas were the masterminds behind the Marshall Building. The box-like shape and arched pavilions were common features of many warehouses [...]

Rebecca Hamlin Green

By |2014-01-29T12:52:19-05:00January 31st, 2014|Categories: Conference Cities, Exhibitions, Featured, Milwaukee|

Using traditional sculptural elements and unexpected materials, the work of Rebecca Hamlin Green examines elements of social and personal identity through a lens of domestic associations. How we define ourselves through how we live, where we come from, and the [...]

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The Subjective Meadow

By |2014-01-16T10:26:00-05:00January 16th, 2014|Categories: Conference Cities, Exhibitions, Featured, Milwaukee|

As a ceramic sculptor, Katherine Ross is interested in the historical role of porcelain as a status symbol valued for purity and strength, elegance and expense.  Her work has always been concerned with the complex relationship we have to this [...]

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Taming Nature

By |2014-01-09T18:28:20-05:00January 10th, 2014|Categories: Conference Cities, Exhibitions, Featured, Milwaukee|

One of the concurrent independent exhibitions you will not want to miss is Taming Nature; a group exhibition organized by Paul Donnely that will be presented in the Pritzlaff building.  In assembling the exhibition, twenty-nine artists were asked to approach the [...]

Oxytocin: Katie Caron and Martha Russo

By |2013-12-16T09:51:03-05:00December 16th, 2013|Categories: Exhibitions, Featured, Milwaukee|

One of the concurrent independent exhibitions you will not want to miss is, Oxytocin; the collaborative installation by Katie Caron and Martha Russo that will be presented in the Pritzlaff building. Based on Colorado, these two artists have produced work together on multiple [...]

Getting Excited for Milwaukee

By |2013-11-19T10:10:00-05:00November 19th, 2013|Categories: Conference Cities, Featured, Milwaukee, Videos|

Over the past few months there has been a tremendous amount of work being done by the NCECA board to prepare for the upcoming conference and we could not be more excited by the way that things are taking shape. [...]

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