A Two-Day Symposium at the Birmingham Museum of Art - FREE and Open to the Public
February 22-23, 2013
Ceramics of all periods and cultures share a relationship with the human body. Whether utilitarian, ritualistic, decorative, or artistic in function, all ceramics interface with the human body in their design, manufacture, decoration, or use. The symposium, organized in conjunction with the 28th Annual Alabama Clay Conference, will explore the relationship between ceramics and the human body by considering the subject in a broad array of historical and geographical contexts. Check website for full line-up of speakers.
Anne Forschler-Tarrasch, Ph.D.
Birmingham Museum of Art
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