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Deborah Bedwll

Congratulations, Deb Bedwell

Deborah Bedwell, founding Executive Director of Baltimore Clayworks and past President of NCECA (National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts) has been honored as a Fellow of the Council by NCECA at the 2018 Conference in Pittsburgh.

Here is the touching video of the award ceremony which includes biographical photos as well as photos of the beginnings of Clayworks.

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REINVENTED is an exhibition featuring twelve ceramic artists who utilize digital technology within a traditional studio practice.

DATES: April 14th – May 26th, 2018
HOURS:  Monday – Friday: 10am – 4pm, Saturday – Sunday: 11am – 4pm
RECEPTION: Saturday, April 14th, 2018 from 6pm – 8pm

Baltimore Clayworks is excited to host the exhibition REINVENTED from April 14th through May 26th, 2018 in our Main Gallery.  Curated by Adam Chau, Program Manager at Clay Art Center in New York, this groundbreaking show features twelve artists who utilize digital technology in a traditional studio practice. Each artist explores, experiments, and collaborates with new technologies including 3d printing, laser cutting, 3d scanning, CNC routing, and more.

Participating artists include: Andy Brayman, Jeremy Brooks, Dr. Katie Bunnell, Brian Caponi, Bryan Czibesz/Shawn Spangler, Sharan Elran, Brett Freund, Chris Gustin, Mia Mulvey, Megumi Naitoh, Paul Scott, and Joey Watson.

In addition to REINVENTED  the back room of our gallery will be occupied by the Towson University ObjectLab and their work from the collaborative class between computer assisted design and ceramic craftsmanship. This melding of the digital and analog will be represented in prototypes, process molds, and finished projects. 

The exhibitions will be on display from April 14th through May 26th. A reception will be held on Saturday, April 14th, from 6pm to 8pm. For more information, call us at 410.578.1919, or visit our website

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