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Persian Ceramics History and Design from Prehistoric to Contemporary Shabanali Ghorbani

September 17, 2018

Don’t miss this informative YouTube video of a lecture by Shabanali Ghorbani, regarding Persian Ceramics History and Design from prehistoric to contemporary, which was held on May 16, 2016 at Clay Place at Standard exhibit space and gallery in Pittsburgh, PA.  The same lecture also was presented on April 27, 2016 at New York University, NYU Steinhardt School of Art and Art Professions in the Einstein Auditorium with kind invitation and support of Professor Dr. Judith Schwartz, head of Sculpture in Crafts.

Mr. Ghorbani teaches at Isfahan University of Arts in Iran.




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