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Connecticut Ceramics Study Circle hosts October lecture

The Connecticut Ceramics Study Circle presents “Old Friends, New Directions: European Ceramics at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston”, a lecture by Thomas Michie.

Connecticut Ceramics Study Circle presents Art and Industry: Collaboration and Revelation

On Monday, May 9, at 1:15 p.m., at the Bruce Museum, the Connecticut Ceramics Study Circle presents Art and Industry: Collaboration and Revelation, a lecture by Kristin Plucar.

Tea-leaf storage jar named Chigusa, with silk mouth cover and net bag, China, probably Guangdong province, stoneware with iron glaze, 13th-14th century. Height 41.0 cm. Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. (FSC-P-6964).

Connecticut Ceramics Study Circle presents March lecture

The Connecticut Ceramics Study Circle presents “Chigusa and the Long Life of a Tea-Leaf Storage Jar,” a lecture by Louise Allison Cort.

Connecticut Ceramics Cicle presents annual spring seminar

For its 25th anniversary year, the Connecticut Ceramics Study Circle is presenting Dame Rosalind Savill, a world authority on Sevres porcelain, as keynote speaker for the annual spring seminar on Monday, April 14 at 9 a.m.

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