Sunday, September 18, 2011

The Mint's Potters Market and the Delhom Service League

Is it already a whole week ago that we were in Charlotte at the Mint Museum's Potters Market? Well if everything works out we will be back at the Mint this Tuesday to hear a talk about the new ceramics exhibition that is on display at the Mint Museum on Randolph. During the year (fall and winter) the Delhom Service presents a monthly Ceramics program at the Mint Museum on Randolph Rd.  To find out what the future scheduled presentations are you can find them listed on the Delhom Service's page of the Mint Museum Randolph's website.
This is information that we extracted from the Mint's website about the upcoming presentation on Sept 20th..

"The Delhom Service League invites you to join them for their September Program presented by Barbara Veith on Tuesday, 20 September 2011, 10:30-11:30 a.m. in the Van Every Auditorium at the Mint Museum Randolph.
Barbara Veith is an independent scholar of American ceramics and glass, and the curator of Aesthetic Ambitions:  Edward Lycett and Brooklyn’s Faience Manufacturing Company, On view beginning 17 September 2011 at Mint Museum Randolph through 26 February 2012.  This special exhibition presents nearly 40 unique examples  of art pottery from the late 1800’s produced by the Brooklyn Faience Manufacturing Company illustrating Edward Lycett’s talent over his nearly 50 year career. 
Please join us as Barbara Veith, organizing curator of the exhibition, details Lycett’s tremendous influence as the company’s artistic director."

Below are more images from our booth display at the Mint's Potters Market, a great ceramics event put on by the Delhom Service League.

Bruce and Marylou a Delhom Service League member and volunteer at the Potters Market

1 comment:

Lori Buff said...

I wish I could have attended this event. Your display looks great.