The Delhom Service League of the Mint Museum of Art is sponsoring a symposium featuring the noted ceramics critic Garth Clark on October 16, 2012. The program will focus on traditional pottery, with an emphasis on North Carolina pottery. Matt Jones, Mark Hewitt, and Charlotte Wainwright will also speak. Garth has particularly asked for a significant amount of time to be allotted to audience discussion. I am sure it will be a stimulating and exciting experience, particularly for potters. Here is your chance to be heard!
The attached form will allow you to reserve a seat for the program, and indicate your lunch preference. Note that you may register by mail (check) or by email (credit card).
If you do not object to doing so, I would appreciate it if you would forward this registration form to your email list, or to those you think may be interested. It is our best means of getting the information to the most relevant attendees.
Thank you for your help. I hope to see you on October 16.
Matt Jones “A Challenging Dialogue”
Mark Hewitt: “Sweetening the Pot: Reviewing a Resilient Tradition”
Charlotte V. Wainwright: “Collectors: Obsession and Advocacy”
Keynote: Garth Clark: “Traditional Pottery: Present and Future”
Reservations required; Check back for reservation information.
Delhom Servicer League
or call 704-377-2010