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Ceramics Annual of America Art Fair and Exhibition: Celebrating Diversity and Quality of 21st Century Ceramic Art

09-12-2013 12:42 PM CET | Arts & Culture

Press release from: Ceramics Annual of America

Lisa Reinerston

Lisa Reinerston

The 4th Ceramics Annual of America:
Exhibition and Art Fair at Civic Center, San Francisco, California
October 19-20 2013 9:00am-7:00pm
Contact: Nancy Resler
Telephone: (415) 558-1688
Email: ceramicsannual@gmail.com
Site: http://ceramicsannual.org/
Witness A Unique Experience: Ceramic Sculpture from Around the World
The Ceramics Annual of America (CAA) is the only event of its kind in the United States and the goal is to encourage the education and enrichment of the public, cultivate a fertile art market, and foster dialog between collectors and makers of ceramic sculpture.
Part of California’s continuing legacy of excellence and innovation in ceramics, CAA is the largest exhibition and art fair that is entirely focused on ceramic art in America and is modeled after the Ceramic Biennials held in Europe, Korea, Japan and China. It provides a venue for the top regional and international artists from working in the clay medium to show their work to a broader audience of collectors.
CAA is organized by the California Ceramics Cooperative, a group of invested regional ceramic artists, and will feature panel discussions, lectures, tours as well as daily interactive art demonstrations all day that will provide a greater understanding of the artistic process for students and educators alike. Artist demos will feature Donna Billick, Rene Martucci, Amber Augirre, Yosuke Koizumi, Tony Perry, Susannah Israel, John Toki and Bar Shacterman
This year, the city of San Francisco is partnering with CAA. The exhibition will be held at the San Francisco Civic Center. CAA expects high attendance with over 25,000 vistiors. This is an exciting time for CAA, the Civic Center has not been used as an art venue since 1986. From 1946 until the last years of the Arts Festivals in the mid-1980s, the Arts Commission used budgeted monies from the City’s general fund to purchase jury-selected work by contributing local artists. As a result, the Civic Art Collection contains a number of early works by influential artists, including Robert Arneson, Bruce Beasley and Viola Frey. In 1978 an exhibit of Arts Festival acquisitions was held at the Arts Commission’s gallery, followed in 1986 by a second showing in the lobby of the TransAmerica Building, after which many of the objects were incorporated into the Arts Commission’s interdepartmental loan program for display in City offices. For many of the artworks included in The Art of a City, this is the first time they have been publicly exhibited in over twenty years.
Featured artists…
Amber Aguirre (Hawaii), Junghee Nicole Sohn (Korea) Hollie Dilley (California), Mikey McGhee (Alaska), Calvin Ma, (California), Geordie Shephard (Canada), Susannah Israel (California), Steven Allen (California), Jennifer Brazelton (California), Lisa Clague (North Carolina), Natasha Dikareva (California), Jeffrey Downing (California), Katherine Dube (Idaho), Cathy Feiss (California), Carol Fergoso (California), Damien Jones (California), Carmen Lang (California), Eusebio Lozano (California), Rene Martucci (California), Kathryn McBride (California), Paula Moran (California), Kathy Pallie (California), Lisa Rienertson (California), Gail Ritchie (California), Bar Shacterman (California), Tiffany Schmierer (California), Barbara Sebastian (California), Leslie Smith (California), Glenn Takai (California), Yoshio Taylor (California), Derik Van Beers (California), Cindy Williamson (California), Geetha Alagirisamy (Switzerland) , Golly Peters (Netherlands), Katherine Dube (California), Susana Arias (Panama), Spring Montes (California), Tony Perry (California), Jenni Ward (California), Stephen Braun (California) Miguel Peraz (Mexico), Jose Benavides (California), Carol Wedemeyer (California)Esther Shimazu (Hawai), Shalene Valenzuela (California) Gomme Palotti (Italy).

Ceramics Annual of America will be showcasing the remarkable quality and diversity of 21st-century ceramics. This marks the third year for the Ceramics Annual of America (CAA), a legacy of California’s role in the history of American ceramics. Ceramic artists, educators and scholars have joined to encourage education and promote awareness of the ceramic arts, sharing and sustaining international connections among collectors and makers of ceramics. CAA is an important point of culmination, an American first, as an exhibition and art fair dedicated to ceramics aesthetics, cultural history and community.

Ceramics Annual of America
Civic Center Plaza
Mccallister Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
Contact: Nancy Resler
ceramicsannual.org

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