American Ceramic Circle Symposium Report

Thanks to the recommendation of Dr. Jones, I had the great pleasure of attending the as a scholarship recipient earlier this month. The symposium, hosted by the Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts (MESDA), was held in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, a region rich in ceramic history that can be traced back to the pottery production of 18th century Moravian settlers. The symposium was a two-and-a-half-day event consisting of a series of lectures with topics ranging from Errol Manner’s talk on the legacy and mysterious world of redware, to Chinese porcelain export figurines, and terracotta fish tanks from Victorian era New England. The highlight of MESDA was the William C. and Susan S. Mari

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