scenes from NCECA 2022, day two

I spent half of today in the conference center watching a few lectures, the morning keynote speech and half the day walking around to exhibits that were close by downtown Sacramento. The keynote was a fascinating talk by Courtney M Leonard who discussed her relationship with her ancestral lands, the surrounding waters and how her ceramic works are responses to that relationship. I ended a very long day at our exhibit ‘This is the Anthropocene’ in Folsom with our artists reception. I really didn’t know if anyone was going to make it that far out of Sacramento to see our show, but we had a busy attendance all evening with lots of words of support and praise. Big thank yous to everyone who came out for our show!

‘Fertile Exchange’ at Delta Conveyance Design and Construction Authority
Legends and Legions: A survey show of California wood firing at Alpha Fired Arts
Seismic State: California Ceramics at Sparrow Gallery
This is the Anthropocene at The Harris Center for the Arts | Bank of America Gallery
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