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Asian Art Treasures at Scripps College

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This exhibition spotlights many of the college’s finest works of Asian art. (Through Dec. 15)

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75th Scripps College Ceramic Annual

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For its 75th anniversary, the Ceramic Annual exhibition will feature a wide variety of works from the collection.

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Collecting Clay Talk: Sat., Mar. 2, 4 pm, Balch

David and Julie Armstrong, longtime collectors of ceramics, speak with Williamson Gallery curator Rody López about their collection and what it’s like to live with clay.

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Doug Humble: Smashing Cups

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Photo by Susan Einstein Douglas Humble Untitled (Broken Cups and Saucers), n.d. Porcelain 4 5/8 x 8 1/2 x 6 1/2 in. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marer Scripps College, Claremont, CA In a recent interview, Douglas Humble described his artistic processes as freeform and spontaneous: “I like to work with the material and […]

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Tues., Oct. 16: John Mason一Scale & Process in Sculpture Presentation

John Mason, Untitled (Firebrick Installation), 1973, Photo by the artist, John Mason Archives

Edward Cella, director, Edward Cella Art & Architecture, will speak on John Mason’s work, in conjunction with the current Mason exhibit at the Williamson.

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John Mason: Meditation on Material

John Mason, Untitled (Firebrick Installation), 1973, Photo by the artist, John Mason Archives

John Mason, one of the greatest ceramic artists of the mid-20th century, was a visionary in his work with clay and space. These aspects of his work are the focus of this exhibition.

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74th Ceramic Annual: Stories Without Borders

The 74th Ceramic Annual focuses on artists whose work speaks about multicultural backgrounds and a sense of belonging.

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74th Ceramic Annual: Stories Without Borders

The 74th Ceramic Annual focuses on artists whose work speaks about multicultural backgrounds and a sense of belonging.

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74th Ceramic Annual: Stories Without Borders

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The 74th Ceramic Annual focuses on artists whose work speaks about multicultural backgrounds and a sense of belonging.

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Highlights of the Collection: Marilyn Levine, F.M. Case

Marilyn Levine, F.M. Case, 1981, stoneware, glazed, 4 3/4 in. x 9 3/8 in. x 8 in., gift of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marer, Scripps College

Ceramicist Marilyn Levine and stand-up comedian George Carlin both imbued their art with a working class humor.

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