"For the month of March, the Reboli Center for Art & History in Stony Brook’s featured artisan is potter Hannah Niswonger.
“Hannah Niswonger’s whimsical work is so striking, colorful, cheerful and unique, we’re thrilled to welcome her as the Reboli Center’s March Artisan. We’re sure everyone will be delighted by her creative mix of vibrant designs and realistic animal portraits in her pottery. They are so adorable and colorful that they make you feel so happy,” said Lois Reboli, president and a founder of The Reboli Center.
"The biennial national invitational ceramic cup exhibit celebrates its 10th showing this year, featuring work by 13 artists, including LSU alumni Adam Meistrell, of Naples, Florida; and Joe Nivens and Melodie Reay, both of Baton Rouge; along with Peter Smith, who teaches art at Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond.
Each artist was asked to create 10 cups and one pouring vessel, which were installed in Glassell with the help of students in LSU's Ceramic Art Students Association.
Lucy Lacoste Gallery is presenting a solo exhibition of new works by alumnus and faculty Paul S. Briggs, Intuitive Responses: Poetic Justice in Clay, February 13- March 13, 2021. The center piece of this exhibition will be six sculptures, each inspired by a specific poem written by a noted Black poet.
MassArt's Clay for Change and the Center for Art and Community Partnerships will partner with Haley House for Souper Bowl, in which attendees receive a beautiful bowl made by MassArt students and faculty and a quart of soup for $40, all to benefit Haley House.
Ceramic work by MassArt alumnus and faculty Paul S. Briggs is the featured image on Ceramics Monthly cover for the February 2021 issue. The magazine also explores Briggs' work and process as the feature spread.