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Sights & Ceramics: Minneapolis, Minnesota

Runtime: Approximately  2 hours, 28 minutes

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Welcome to Sights & Ceramics: Minneapolis, Minnesota. Sights & Ceramics is a video series that explores cities and locations that have a strong ceramic arts presence. Our hope is to provide ceramic artists and enthusiasts an entertaining and informative glimpse into unique communities of like-minded people.

In preparation for the National Conference on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) conference taking place in the Twin Cities March 27-30, 2019, we’ll be introducing you to some of the artists and organizations that are contributing to its vibrant ceramic arts scene! We’ve visited the Weisman Art Center, artist Kip O’Krongly, the Edina Arts Center, the University of Minnesota Ceramics Department, the Northrup King Building, Continental Clay, Northern Clay Center, and the Minnesota New Institute for Ceramic Education. We also interviewed the hosts of the St. Croix Pottery Tour.

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Comments
  • Simone Y.

    Great videos my only complaint is can you turn off the captions they are very distracting and you can’t read who the people are also they are pretty funny words like kiln are replaced with kill. They are interesting and I have learned a lot from them especially since I am an Australian. Thanks for the American history lesson.

    • Ash N.

      Hi Simone, you can turn off the captions by clicking the CC button in the bottom right of the video player and then select “OFF.” -CAN Staff

  • Jennifer H.

    Hi Christian! In case you missed the email, Sights & Ceramics: Pittsburgh is live now. – CAN Staff

  • Ash N.

    Hi Carol, we will be launching the full description and videos later this week, so stay tuned! – CAN Staff

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