Three Meredith College art faculty members are included in the “Ceramic Art of North Carolina University and College Faculty” exhibition at the North Carolina Pottery Center (NCPC). The exhibition continues through January 19, 2013, at the Center on 233 East Avenue in Seagrove, N.C.
Holly Fischer, adjunct instructor, Warner Hyde, assistant professor, and Lisa F. Pearce, associate professor, represent Meredith College among the artists from 15 North Carolina colleges and universities. The exhibition showcases the high quality and rich diverseness of clay art created by faculty who are instructors of ceramics throughout North Carolina. At the same time, it gives evidence of the experience available to college students in the state and aptly reflects the spirit of design and the faculty’s commitment to North Carolina’s ceramic education.
Opened in 1998 in Seagrove, the NCPC mission is to promote public awareness of North Carolina’s remarkable pottery heritage. The Center welcomes and informs visitors to the Seagrove area, enriching their experience through exhibitions and educational programs, and promoting potters working today across the state.
The NCPC is a private nonprofit entity, funded primarily through memberships, grants, admissions, and appropriations. For more information, visit www.NCPotteryCenter.org.
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