Women Working with Clay Symposium


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Save the Dates for a Virtual Symposium

June 7 – 9, 2021

10 Years of Telling the Story

Due to current circumstances, we will not be able to meet in person in 2021. We are working diligently on a virtual program, offering both live and recorded content. The program will be a 10-year Retrospective, focusing on Women Supporting Women.

We will update this page as details come together and hope you will join us in June!

Founded in 2011, this symposium was created to honor the great accomplishments of women ceramic artists today. The objective of the symposium is to create an environment that is full of ideas, images, demonstrations, artwork, and discussions.

It is intended as a place for learning and inspiration. It is a place for everyone to share stories of struggles and successes. It is a place to see where we stand in the present, to better understand our past and to support each other in our future.

Co-Directors: Donna Polseno and Dara Hartman

What You’ll Learn

From Inspiration and Ideas to the Actual Making and Finishing
  • Slide talks by the demonstrating artists
  • Engage with the demonstrating artists while they make their work
  • Artists exhibition in the Eleanor D. Wilson Museum
  • Play with Clay Social
  • Attendee and Assistant Images presentation
  • Small Object Exchange

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