We headed to Milwaukee Wednesday to take a look at some gorgeous ceramics and meet artists at the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts. This year’s theme? Material World.
Material World’s goal is to provide a medium in which people, their ideas, challenges, and achievements come into discourse with one another for the purpose of depending understanding and expanding awareness in our field.
“Lovers of process, we are connected to the material world in special ways. The heart of the matter for us is located beneath the surface of things themselves. We make things and in doing so wonder how and why our work shapes and influences a world occupied with them,” writes NCECA’s Executive Director Joshua Green in the introduction to the conference. The Resources Hall made artists, educators, students, curators, industry resources, and enthusiastic fans from around the world feel welcomed and a part of this vast, creative community.