Western Carolina University to rebroadcast excerpts from contemporary clay symposium

Press release from Western Carolina University: 

 

This symposium, first broadcast live in October 2016 from the Bardo Arts Center performance hall, features a variety of makers who use clay as a part of their artistic practice. Curated by Heather Mae Erickson, Assistant Professor of Art at Western Carolina University, the exhibition and symposium explore evolving ideas concerning clay, ranging from traditional and non-traditional functional objects, rapid prototyping, and mixed-media objects and installations.
Watch excerpts from the symposium the rebroadcast in Bardo Arts Center Room 158, at one of our national host sites, or online from your own computer.

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About Thomas Calder
Thomas Calder received his MFA in Fiction from the University of Houston's Creative Writing Program. He has worked with several publications, including Gulf Coast and the Collagist. For his weekly #tuesdayhistory tidbits on Asheville, follow him on Instagram @tcalder.

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