Artist Talk: Ben Owen III

By kristanance | July 26, 2019

Ben Owen III- Tradition and Vision

Wednesday, September 18, 6:00 PM

Free

Ben will talk about his family clay heritage and research into materials that have led to multiple new glazes and surfaces.

Clay Stories - in partnership with the North Carolina Pottery Center and their upcoming Gala & Auction at CAM, Saturday, October 12

www.ncpcgala.org
www.facebook.com/ncpotterycenter

Image courtesy of Ben Owen III

Artist Talk: Mark Hewitt

By kristanance | July 17, 2019

Clay Stories - in partnership with the North Carolina Pottery Center and their upcoming Gala & Auction at CAM, Saturday, October 12

www.ncpcgala.org

www.facebook.com/ncpotterycenter

 When I Was a Child: From Industry to the Workshop.

Artist Talk with Mark Hewitt

Wednesday, August 14, 6:30 PM

Free

Mark will talk about the industrial pottery tradition of Stoke-on-Trent, England, where he was raised, and the sequence of events that led him to becoming a studio potter.

Image of Mark Hewitt in studio courtesy of Mark Hewitt

Artist Talk: Alan Stewart

By kristanance | July 9, 2019

 

Join Artist Alan Stewart on Sunday, August 11 at 3 PM for a casual conversation about his current work at CAM, Waft and Wane and hear the stories behind his process and life as a working artist.

Free Admission.

Image: Alan Stewart, "Waft and Wane" Mixed acrylic on panel, 2019, Image courtesy of Raymond Goodman

Artist Talk: Michael Klauke

By kristanance | July 9, 2019

Join Artist Michael Klauke on Sunday, July 28 at 3 PM for a casual conversation about his current exhibition at CAM, In So Many Words and hear the stories behind his process and life as a working artist.

Free Admission.

Image: Michael Klauke, "Inconsistent Revelations," Ink and pencil on paper, 2016, Image courtesy of CAM

Coffee and Conversation with Marsha Cottrell

By kristanance | July 8, 2019

Join Artist Marsha Cottrell on Friday, July 12 at 9:30 AM for a casual conversation about her current exhibition at CAM, Black and Light and hear the stories behind her process and her life as a working artist.

Free Admission.

Image of Marsha Cottrell in her studio courtesy of Polite Photographic Services