NCECA Conference Ceramics Alumni Exhibitions

Many Cranbrook alumni are showing ceramics artwork and more in and around the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts’ (NCECA) 51st Annual Conference, Future Flux. The conference takes place in Portland, Oregon from March 22-25, 2017. This is an on-going list and we will update it as we find out about more exhibitions and events.

Cranbrook Alumni Exhibitions at and around NCECA

Tactic
NCECA B117
March 22–25
Tom Lauerman (Ceramics ’02), Shannon Goff (Ceramics ’03)

Small Favors
NCECA B118
March 22-25
Brian Giniewski (Ceramics ’09), Anat Shifton (Ceramics ’86)

10 Years in the Making
423 NE 10th Ave, Portland, OR 97232
Reception: March 24 6-9:00 pm
Lindsey Dezman (Ceramics ’14), Robert Wetherington (Ceramics, 2009)

360 Degrees of Inclusion
Third Room Gallery
March 19–25
Anne Drew Potter (Ceramics ’87), Michiko Murakami (Ceramics ’15)

Archie Bray Foundation Resident Artists
Lewis & Clark College
0615 S.W. Palatine Hill Road, MSC95 Portland, OR 97219
March 22–25
Reception: March 23 5-9:00 pm
Youngwoo Kwak (Ceramics ’15)

FLUUX
Bolster Design
3383 SE 20th Ave.
Portland, OR 97202
Joshua Clark (Ceramics ’15), Bowie Croisant (Ceramics ’14), Michiko Murakami (Ceramics ’15), Andrew O’Mara (3D Design ’14), Victoria Shaheen (Ceramics ’13)

NCECA Annual “The Evocative Garden”
Disjecta Art
8371 N Interstate Ave. Portland, OR 97217
March 8-April 1
Reception: March 23, 6-9pm
Anne Drew Potter (Ceramics ’87), Christopher Bert (Ceramics ’83)

Observatory
Blue Sky Gallery
122 NW 8th Avenue, Portland, Oregon 97209
March 2-April 2
Lauen Semivan (Photography ’06)

OCAC Ceramics Alumni Exhibition
Oregon College of Art & Craft
Centrum Gallery
8245 SW Barnes Rd, Portland, OR 97225
March 2-26, 2017
Reception: Friday, March 24, 6-9pm
Lindsey Dezman (Ceramics 14′)

Them Are Us Too
Ash Street Project
524 NE Ash Street, Portland, OR 97214
March 20–26
Reception: March 24 6-9:00 pm
Ariel Brice (Ceramics ’09)

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