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NCECA Exhibition Map at Standard Ceramic

September 17, 2018

 

2. Syd Carpenter
3. Mary Bowron
4. Pewabic Pottery
5. Kyle and Kelly Phelps
6. Sunkoo Yuh
7. Z-Pots
8. Shay Church
9. Jack Troy & Kevin Crowe
10. 10: The Nevica Project and Cerbera Gallery
11. School Shows in Shipping Containers
Alfred University
Ohio University
Illinois State University
Indiana University
Penn State University
Syracuse University
Temple University: Tyler School of Art
West Virginia University



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