2018-19 Season of NCECA 92Y Virtual Clay


Virtual Clay offers on-demand online classes that gather a vibrant community of artists, designers and art historians to speak with you about important topics in ceramics.

The conversations are meant to challenge preconceptions and explore new territory, inspiring you to think about the world in fresh and different ways. Recordings of most sessions will also be available for you to access at your convenience through an archive. Experience all of this in the comfort of your home, studio or classroom, at the incredibly affordable price.

This second week of October 2018 is a significant one for people who love ceramic art as National Clay Week and #GlobalDayofClay coincide. Point your browser to https://www.nationalclayweek.org/ and https://www.92y.org/globaldayofclay to learn more about programming opportunities and get your communities involved!

Learn more about #GlobalDayofClay at https://www.92y.org/globaldayofclay.aspx

Wednesday, February 20, 2019
Annabeth Rosen: You can only go to a new place once

Rosen studied at Alfred University (BFA) and the Cranbrook Academy of Art (MFA), and has gone on to teach at the Rhode Island School of Design, the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Tyler School of Art at Temple University and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Since 1997 she has held the Robert Arneson Endowed Chair at the University of California, Davis. Widely exhibited in the U.S., her work is in the collection of the LA County Museum, the Oakland Museum, the Denver Art Museum, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and many public and private collections. Represented by P.P.O.W Gallery in New York and the Anglim Gilbert Gallery in San Francisco, Rosen has received multiple grants and awards including a Pew Fellowship, two National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships, a UC Davis Chancellor’s Fellowship, a Joan Mitchell Painters and Sculptors Award, and in 2016 was named a USA Artist Fellow. In 2018, Rosen has been granted the Gwendolyn Knight Lawrence Award from The American Academy of Arts and Letters and named a Guggenheim Fellow.