This exhibition of ceramics explores the movements and connections of makers as a way to push boundaries of regionality and tradition while highlighting the richness and complexity of makers and practices around North Carolina. Curated by former Curatorial Fellow and Windgate Curatorial Intern Sarah Kelly.
Support for this exhibition is provided bythe Judy Appleton Memorial Fund and the Michael Lask Fund.
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