The Alfred Ceramic Art Museum at Alfred University houses nearly 8,000 ceramic and glass objects, ranging from small pottery shards recovered from ancient civilizations to contemporary sculpture and installation pieces.
@brookecashion I built and bisqued this four legged pot upside down, making for an exciting reveal of the inside when I finally get to flip it over 🔥
So pleased that Ruby will find a permanent home in the collection of the @alfredceramicartmuseum 🤠🤩 @arts_at_alfred #terracotta #pottery #Contemporaryceramics #ceramicsculpture #cermique #keramik #cermiche #alfredceramicartmuseum
Congratulations to our newest graduates from the MFA program at @Alfreduniversity they are currently featured in our exhibition that is open until July 28th! @alfredceramics
@arts_at_alfred #alfredu #alfredceramics #alfredceramicartmuseum #testtiles #mfa #kilnsofalfred #kilningit
Stanley Rosen’s ceramic sculpture is like a country that many of us never knew was there until now.
E3: Bruce Dehnert on Artistic Schizophrenia and Beginner's Mind
Bruce Dehnert on how thinking like a writer makes him an unusual ceramist. We’ll cover the benefits of bringing technology into a classroom, the differences between teaching at a university and a small craft school, and why informing people about the lives of great artists is an important part of ...
We will miss him for sure. Victor was a great friend. We had a personal bond going back to the time of my birth as a ceramic artist. He inspired me. His quiet reclusiveness and private thoughts, his generosity and embracing energy were compelling always. His love of ceramics and its history, of making and the glaze only he could conjure were touchstones for so many engaged in ceramic art. What elegance, what intelligence of line and completeness of shape were wrought by his hands, heart and mind. There is no explanation for his brilliant work as an artist, but the fact of a deep abiding gift that is so rare as to be an enduring mystery. Victor was funny, charming and always serious. He cared so much.
Director and Chief Curator
Accomplished artist and influential educator, Victor Babu (1936-2019).
BFA 1961, MFA 1963
Covered Vessel with Lizards, 1983
7-1/2” x 15-1/2” x 15-1/4”
Philosophy of the arts came by today to discuss our current show! @arts_at_alfred #ceramics #artsatalfred #kiln @ Alfred Ceramic Art Museum
Multitalented Artist and Raw Material Technician @earlyamericanrobotpottery piece For the Shape of Things III is on display at our current exhibition. come see some amazing work! #artsatalfred #ceramics #alfredceramics #kiln @arts_at_alfred
@metzpottery Photo by #brianoglesbee of our kilns for “Kilns of Alfred: Transactions with Fire”
@alfredceramicartmuseum @sikora.studio @arts_at_alfred #alfredceramics
Students in Johnathan Hopp’s sophomore hand-building class spent part of their afternoon sketching in collections storage.
@johnathanhopp @arts_at_alfred @alfredceramics @alfreduniversity
#handbuilding #ceramics #sketching #artsatalfred @ Alfred Ceramic Art Museum
Alfred Ceramic Art Museum is proud to announce the new acquisition of Joan Tweedy (1948-2014), Bowl, grey raku 4.75x14in. Kilns of Alfred: Transactions with Fire; As viewed through the lens of Brian Oglesbee, our current exhibition, has on display one of Joan Tweedy’s works. A Pittsburgh native, Tweedy completed her BFA in Ceramics from Syracuse University in 1970 and her MFA in Ceramics at the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University in 1975. Tweedy developed her own unique style in clay, making thin elegant forms while highlighting movements within each piece. UNC-Charlotte Art & Art History Dept. has organized an exhibition of works by ceramicist Joan Tweedy. Vessels A'Plenty: The Joan Tweedy Memorial Exhibition at the Projective Eye Gallery, CCB, March 18-April 16, 2019. UNC-Charlotte will showcase over 75 pieces of Tweedy’s work, proceeds will benefit UNC Charlotte Ceramics Department. Joan Tweedy’s work is available for purchase at arts.uncc.edu Alfred University School of Art & Design UNC Charlotte College of Arts + Architecture #ceramics #joantweedy #artsatalfred #alfredceramics #alfredceramicartmuseum @ Alfred Ceramic Art Museum
Had a visit from @sharonmcconnellstudio exhibition design class #alfredu #fosdicknelson @arts_at_alfred #alfredceramicartmuseum #acam
A visit from John Gill and his foundation class #alfredceramicartmuseum #ceramics #alfredu #alfredbfa #artsatalfred Alfred University School of Art & Design @gillpottery @ Alfred, New York
Don’t forget Garth Clark @clarkpot Is giving a lecture in Nevin’s Theatre tonight at 4:30pm followed by a Q&A session on Wednesday, Feb. 27 9-11am in Scholes Library. Hope to see you there! #alfredceramics Alfred University School of Art & Design @alfred.art.history Alfred Ceramic Art Museum @alfreducdc CFile
What should you do on the weekends in Alfred 🤔 🤔🤔 Come to the #alfredceramicartmuseum 10-4 Sat and Sun! #ACAM #brianoglesbee #kiln #alfredu
Alfred Art Walk
It's no wonder the ceramic work of Peter Pincus is celebrated and collected around the world. #art #ceramics #pottery #color #colorful #artwork #pbs #rochesterny
Repost from @alfred.art.history - First meeting of the semester!! We meet every Thursday at 5:30 PM in the bottom of @alfredceramicartmuseum please join us!!
Repost from @magrochester - Wayne Higby speaks to the Docent Class of 2019 on his 5 Lenses of Critique. “I don’t know anything about art. Great! Let’s just go look!” How do we unlearn what we know about art to receive the “Reveal” without thought.
#waynehigby #waynehigbypottery #waynehigbylovesthis
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#alfredceramics is on a vision quest. ACAM Director Wayne Higby calls it- seen here with senior fine arts curator, Nadia Gutierrez and Colombian @afmonzon Andres Monzon-Aguirre Alfred MFA 2019. #alfredmfa
#goteam @wgies1 @lambert2266 @shaunafahley rocked taking down the exhibition. 679 ceramic objects all packed away. #alfredny #ceramics #chinafromchina
Profoundly influential and one of the true masters of our field. Teapot circa 1980s by Warren MacKenzie (1924-2018)donated to the Museum by Gertrude Ferguson in 2017.
h: 8" w: 7-5/8" d: 6"
#afternoontea in the museum #communitytea @alfredartwalk @alfreduniversity @alfred_village #happyholidays
Longtime friend of the Museum and passionate collector Forrest Merrill will have a walk-on part in a "Craft in America" 1-hour segment to be released by PBS on December 21, 2018. The segment is entitled "Visionaries" and will feature the roles of Jack Lenor Larsen, Helen Molesworth, Kay Sekimachi and Felicia Rice.
Watch the preview below and check with your local PBS station for the day and time it will be broadcast.
Watch a preview of the VISIONARIES episode PBS premiere December 21, 2018 (check listings)
Holiday Greetings from our Magical Valley!
Another treasure from the day’s visit to Storage. Rupert Deese 1924-2010
Claremont, CA (right), meet Harrison McIntosh 1914-2016 (left 2)
Claremont, CA #historyofceramics
Today’s visit to Collections Storage: John Glick
Gift in honor of William Pitney
(Glick's teacher Wayne State University #johnglick #historyofceramics #treasures @ Alfred University
The Alfred Ceramic Art Museum will host an afternoon tea as part of the Dec. 20 Alfred Art Walk.
Visit from @rit.ceramics after their crate building workshop with @mahlonhustonprojects @peterpincusporcelain @kellybjustice
December Alfred Art Walk spotlights several community venues | Alfred University News
Stroll through Alfred, NY, Thursday, Dec. 20, during the Alfred Art Walk and view exhibitions in galleries and venues throughout the village.
Alfred Ceramic Art Museum hosting photographic exhibition featuring kilns used by prominent artists | Alfred University News
The Alfred Ceramic Art Museum is preparing to host a five-month exhibition of photographs featuring personal kilns used by several prominent Alfred ceramic artists.
@artscouncil arts& cultural summit in the seminar room @shakeonthelake @houghtoncollege @mostartsfestival #fosdicknelsongallery @alfredcohengallery @Corey.fecteau @alfredartwalk Thank you @nyscouncilonthearts #artseducation #artcommunity
Repost from @alfred.art.history - Please join us for an evening of creative engagement with the objects currently on view! Short Workshops and creative writing exercises to reimagine works in the Museum. Find new meaning for the objects beyond the historical and critical. Come with a sharp pencil and an empty stomach!
Museum Seminar Room
RSVP [email protected]
Sponsored by the Art History Club and the Writing Center with special thanks to the @alfredceramicartmuseum
Afternoon Tea | Greenvelope.com
Coming up! February 7 marks the opening of the Kilns of Alfred: Transactions with Fire photographed by Brian Oglesbee #kilnsofalfred @alfredceramics #historyofceramics #alfredny
Great visit to storage from Jonathan Hopp’s Systems class. @alfredceramics #akiotakamori #teapots #historyofceramics @alfreduniversity @ Alfred Ceramic Art Museum
Just had to do one more. Welcome to the next 5 months! #alfredny #snowglobe
#snow on a Friday morning #alfredny @alfreduniversity
Thanks for the post Repost from @narmassociation - Reclaiming Splendor: Ceramic Design by Chunmao Huang,
Featuring the First Lady of China’s Banquet Ware.
Through December 30, 2018.
Alfred Ceramic Art Museum at Alfred University
“Reclaiming Splendor” is a major new exhibition of porcelain tableware from China, which has never before been seen in the United States. In 2016, China’s premier ceramic designer Chunmao Huang created banquet ware for Peng Liyuan, the First Lady of China.
Credit: Photograph by Brian Oglesbee.
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