NCECA 2019 Pre/Post Conference Events cannot conflict with programming. They can be scheduled prior to March 27 and after 2:00pm on March 30, 2018. If you would like to feature a pre or post conference event, please email the completed form below to Dori Nielsen at dori@nceca.net. If this event receives approval from NCECA’s 2019 on-site liaison, the information will be posted on NCECA’s web site.

2019 Pre and Post Conference Event Request Form

March 25 & 26
Animal Portraits, Print, Pattern and Paper Porcelain: In conjunction with the exhibition Urban Parallel:
Ceramics in Scotland, Susan O’Byrne will be demonstrating her making methods at Artistry and running
the master workshop Animal Portraits, Print, Pattern and Paper-Porcelain. Over two days Susan will
demonstrate working on a nichrome wire armature, building with thin sheets of paper-porcelain and
printing and collaging the surface of her forms. The master workshop will allow participants the
opportunity to experiment with these techniques and make work in the style of her animal portraits on
view through out March at Artistry. The techniques Susan uses in her work combine ways of making
normally associated with papier-mâché, textiles, and collage. O’Byrne is a Scottish based ceramic artist. She
specializes in the making of allegorical animal forms and has developed a unique set of making processes which aim to
articulate human sensitivity. Full workshop, including Demo: 9:30am – 5:00pm each day (Artist Talk and
Demo separately open to an audience for reduced fee).

Monday, March 25 – Artist talk and slide
presentation: 9:30-11:15am;
Demo with hour lunch break: 11:30am-4:00pm.

Artistry Theater and Visual Arts, Bloomington Center for the Arts,
1800 W. Old Shakopee Rd.,
Bloomington, MN 55431

Contact Sarah Beggs
Demo: $60-80
Workshop: $345-395 (Materials fees may be included).
Handicap Accessible

March 26

In Place: Red Wing Pottery Museum and the Anderson Center present historical and contemporary ceramic works. Take a bus to Red Wing, Minnesota to experience ceramics in this beautiful Mississippi River town. The Red Wing Pottery Museum showcases more than 10,000 pieces of art pottery and dinnerware spanning 90+ years. The Anderson Center for Interdisciplinary Studies, the largest artist residency program in the upper Midwest, welcomes NCECA with an exhibition of experimental contemporary ceramic work produced in short-term residency programs in the main gallery space. The program includes mold-making demonstration, tours showcasing the history of ceramics in Red Wing and lunch. Red Wing Pottery Museum highlights work by designers Belle Kogan, Charles Murphy, and Eva Zeisel. The Anderson Center exhibits work by Sharif Bey, Scott Carter, Tomas J. Daunora, Rachel K. Garceau, Jennifer Johnson, Sasha Jonestein, Kylli Koiv, Dianis Pundurs, and David Robinson, and Leah Tacha. Bus leaves from the Minneapolis Convention Center at 9:15am and returns by 5:00pm. $10 round-trip bus, $10 for lunch ($20 total), $15 total student rate.

Contact Red Wing Pottery MuseumDirector

Both the Pottery Museum and the Anderson Center also have regular business hours of –
Red Wing Pottery Museum: 9am-5pm Tue-Sat; 11am-4pm Sun.
The Anderson Center 8:00am-4:00pm Mon-Fri.

Red Wing Pottery Museum
240 Harrison Street
Red Wing, MN 55066
Handicap accessible

The Anderson Center
163 Tower View Drive
Red Wing, MN 55066
Handicap accessible