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Collecting, Archiving, Making, and the Place of Ceramics in Art and Society Today

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18 October 2018 (2pm to 5pm)
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Collecting, Archiving, Making, and the Place of Ceramics in Art and Society Today
To coincide with the exhibition “The Democratic Dish: Mintons Secessionist Ware” (19 Sept – 26 Oct), Chelsea Space is hosting an afternoon of talks and a panel discussion.

Speakers include: Simon Wilson, art historian and former Curator of Interpretation at Tate; Grant Gibson, journalist and former editor of ‘Crafts’ (2007-2018), the world's leading magazine devoted to making; Amy Jayne Hughes, ceramic artist and specialist ceramics technician at Chelsea College of Arts; and Cherie Silver, Programme Curator at Chelsea Space, and curator of the current exhibition.

This is a free event, but please complete the booking form below to guarantee entry.

 
Light refreshments to be provided.

See www.chelseaspace.org for information about the exhibition 'The Democratic Dish: Mintons Secessionist Ware'.

Image: Selection of Mintons Secessionist Ware from the Alessandra and Simon Wilson Collection



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