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Terracotta Corridor: Mission Clay Art & Industry

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Saturday, 29 April 2023

Terracotta Corridor: Mission Clay Art & Industry

Free Talk in the Pence Gallery Courtyard

Saturday, April 29, 5 - 7 PM

 

Bryan Vansell, Director of the Mission Clay Art & Industry Program, will give an illustrated presentation about Terracotta Corridor, an exhibition of 21 large-scale clay pipe sculptures now on view in Napa along the Napa Vine Trail, at Oxbow Public Marketplace, and by the Culinary Institute of America (Copia). The history of the Art & Industry Program, the sculptures, and the ceramic artists who created them are featured in a richly illustrated 80-page catalog which will be offered for sale.

 

After the presentation there will be a discussion led by John Toki and a book signing with Bryan Vansell, selected artists, co-curator Shelly Willis, and catalog editor Abby Wasserman. There will also be wine & food following the talk.

 

No RSVP required.

 

Image: Bryan Vansell (right) standing next to Shard Skin Columns 1, 2, and 3 by artist Robert Harrison

Telephone: 
5307583370
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212 D Street, Davis, CA 95616

Pence Gallery , Davis

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