National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts Announces Pete Pinnell
Beloved University of Nebraska educator and maker set for future NCECA leadership role
The National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) is pleased to welcome Pete Pinnell, Professor of Art at University of Nebraska-Lincoln, as the next president of the organization. He will be joining current president Holly Hanessian in spring of 2019 to begin a four-year presidential cycle that includes one year as President Elect, two years as President, and a final year as Past President.
NCECA welcomes Holly Hanessian, Brett Binford, Zach Tate, Ashlyn Pope, Marge Levy, Rhonda Willers as recent additions to its Board of Directors
The National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) is pleased to welcome new members onto its board of directors to bolster its current leadership cycle. Marge Levy will serve as Past President, and Brett Binford of the Eutectic
Gallery will serve as the new Exhibitions Director. Rhonda Willers, formerly of the University of Wisconsin-River Falls will serve as Steward of the Board, a position on the Executive Committee designed to maintain continuity and provide
support through the transition between presidencies. Newly elected Director at Large, Zach Tate, will assume duties related to organizing networking experiences for the annual conference in addition to other board duties, and Student Director at Large, Ashlyn Pope, MFA candidate at Penn State University, will manage student-related conference programming, complementing NCECA’s current leadership team.