When the 52nd Annual Conference of the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts convenes in Pittsburgh this coming March 14 – 17, Standard Ceramic will transform its facilities into several galleries that will feature exhibitions by noted ceramic artists. In addition, eight universities will be featured in “pop-up” shipping container galleries on the property.
Read about the exhibits in advance:
A Longtime Friendship: Jack Troy and Kevin Crowe
The Nevica Project and Cerbera Gallery Present “10”
Shay Church: The Unfinished Temple
Kelly and Kyle Phelps: Working Class Narratives
Syd Carpenter: Musings on Place and Land
Universities in the Shipping Containers Cluster
On Wednesday, March 14, NCECA Conference attendees will be able to travel to the site via charter buses and make their way through the galleries, viewing the art and touring Standard’s clay-making and glaze operations, its ClayPlace@Standard gallery space, Ceramic Supply Pittsburgh, and the company’s offices. Local musicians will perform throughout the opening party from 6 to 8 p.m. on Friday, with food and drink provided. Standard will be open Tuesday through Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. and will welcome visitors to the exhibits and store.