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    Exhibition Opening + Lecture-- Touch Fire: Contemporary Japanese Ceramics by Women Artists

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    October 15, 2009

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    Exhibition Opening + Lecture-- Touch Fire: Contemporary Japanese Ceramics by Women Artists

    The celebration of the opening of Touch Fire: Contemporary Japanese Ceramics by Women Artists begins in Weinstein Auditorium (Wright Hall) with a conversation between Dr. Todate Kazuko, Chief Curator at the Tsukuba Art Museum (Ibaraki, Japan) and featured ceramicist Shigematsu Ayumi about the exhibition and the role of women artists in the world of contemporary Japanese ceramics. The Museum will remain open from 4-8pm. A reception located in...

    The celebration of the opening of Touch Fire: Contemporary Japanese Ceramics by Women Artists begins in Weinstein Auditorium (Wright Hall) with a conversation between Dr. Todate Kazuko, Chief Curator at the Tsukuba Art Museum (Ibaraki, Japan) and featured ceramicist Shigematsu Ayumi about the exhibition and the role of women artists in the world of contemporary Japanese ceramics. The Museum will remain open from 4-8pm. A reception located in the Museum's Atrium will immediately follow the lecture (approximately 7-8pm).  This exhibit runs through February 2010.

     


    Smith College Museum of Art

    Elm Street at Bedford Terrace
    Northampton, MA 01063

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    5:30pm - 8:30pm


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    • Event Name: Exhibition Opening + Lecture-- Touch Fire: Contemporary Japanese Ceramics by Women Artists
      5 out of 5 stars rating "Extraordinary show of contemporary Japanese ceramics"
      Review posted by: Afficionado from New York, Oct 16, 2009

      This show is an extraordinary aesthetic delight. The pieces by contemporary Japanese women ceramicists represent the cutting edge of global ceramic arts. Sculptures are varied and inspired with each... Expand

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