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Christopher Fortin - Submerge - 2020 ACGA Ceramics in Focus

CHRISTOPHER FORTIN

Ian Bassett - Jar - 2020 ACGA Ceramics in Focus

IAN BASSETT

Margaret Norman - Teapot - 2020 ACGA Ceramics in Focus

MARGARET NORMAN

Mari Emori - ACGA Ceramics in Focus 2020

MARI EMORI

Sally Jackson Pincer - 2020 ACGA Ceramics in Focus

SALLY JACKSON

Sarah Logan - Object Study - 2020 ACGA Ceramics in Focus

SARAH LOGAN



Davis Arts Center has been hosting an ACGA show
during the CCACA Conference since 2006.

This year, ACGA artists - curated by Mary Law -
are represented, here, online, in this era of Shelter-In-Place.

We wish you all good health, and may the arts continue to thrive!

Please click to see a gallery of the ACGA Artists
representing the 2020 Davis Art Center Exhibition

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Celma Kirkwood’s Ceramics

Gallery House in Palo Alto

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Celma Kirkwood at Gallery House in Palo Alto
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ACGA ARTIST OF THE MONTH – NICHIBEI POTTERS

Nichibei Potters is Cheryl Costantini and Mikio Matsumoto, both full-time potters since 1985. Their work blends the elegant tradition of Japanese folk art with a distinctly contemporary flair results in an innovative collection of handmade pottery that is unmistakably Nichibei.

MEET CHERYL AND MIKIO AND TOUR THEIR STUDIOS WITH THE AMERICAN CRAFT COUNCIL.

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Nichibei Potters - Ceramic Artists ACGA Artist of the Month

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, a consortium of funders have created a national emergency relief fund for artists.

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CERF + The Artists Safety Net

CERF+ — the Artists Safety Net is pleased to announce the launch of a COVID-19 Relief Grant program to provide financial assistance to artists working in craft disciplines who are facing dire circumstances from the COVID-19 crisis.

As part of CERF+’s broader COVID-19 crisis response strategies, this special program will provide one-time $1,000 grants to meet urgent food, housing, and/or health insecurities. The grants will be awarded in two cycles: the deadline for the first round will be July 29, and the second will be September 9. Priority will be given to eligible artists who have traditionally been underserved by the grantmaking community including people of color and folk and traditional artists.

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