Thursday, December 7, 2017, 4pm - 8PM
Friday, December 8, 10am - 7pm
Saturday, December 9, 10am - 7pm
Sunday, December 10, 10am- 7pm
Location: 224 Western Ave, Allston, Massachusetts 02134 | Directions
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The Ceramics Program, Office for the Arts at Harvard will present its annual Holiday Show and Sale December 7-10, 2017 in its state-of-the art facility at 224 Western Avenue, Allston, Massachusetts.
Gallery 224, the Ceramics Program’s dedicated exhibition space, will showcase works from artists participating in the Holiday Show and Sale.
Artists participating in this year's show include:
|Alice Abrams||Justin Goedde||Joyce Lamensdorf||Carol Rissman|
|Natalie Andrew||Pamela Gorgone||Laurie Leuchtenburg||Judy Rosenstein|
|Bruce Armitage||Tina Gram||Judy Levin||Mia Saporito|
|Pam Baker||Christine Gratto||Gretchen Mamis||Lucy Scanlon|
|Paul Bessette||Maurisse Gray||Joanna Mark||Gunnel Schmidt|
|Jenny Blicharz||Louise Gutheil||Cyndi Mason||Nancy Shotola|
|Satomi Bol||Susan R. Hallstein||Zachary Mickelson||Kathi Tighe|
|Rosanna Bonnet||Marcia Halperin||Maeve Mueller||Bernard Toale|
|Darrah Bowden||Rachael Hamilton||Steve Murphy||Kyla Toomey|
|Ann Boyajian||Vicki L. Heller||Julie Nussbaum||Emma Vesey|
|Summer Chen||Marek Jacisin||Stephanie Osser||Lansing Wagner|
|Margaret Clark||Madeline Johnson||Vicki Paret||Miriam Weil|
|Sarah de Besche||Melinda Jordan||Jennifer Howe Peace||Hiroko Williamson|
|Angela DeVecchi||Judy Kanigel||Maxine Peck||Pao-Fei Yang Kuo|
|Holladay Dickerman||Adria Katz||Florence Pénault||Trish Youens|
|Richard Farrell||Mary Kenny||Seth Rainville||Katherine Younger|
|Darcie Flanigan||Gretchen Keyworth||Crystal Ribich||Joseph Zina|
|Stuart Gair||Taeeun Kim|
The Ceramics Program Show and Sale runs concurrently with the Allston-Brighton Winter Market next door at the Harvard Ed Portal. Artists’ studios nearby at 119 Braintree Street will also be open on Saturday and Sunday for Allston Open Studios.
A touchstone for the arts within Barry’s Corner, Allston, the Ceramics Program, Office for the Arts at Harvard provides a creative studio and laboratory study environment for Harvard students, staff, and faculty, as well as designers, artists, scholars, and scientists from the greater Boston, national and international arenas. Courses, workshops, master classes and special events are offered in the program's 15,000-square-foot studio at 224 Western Ave., near the Harvard Stadium in Allston.
The Studio is wheelchair accessible.
For more information or directions please call 617.495.8680 or visit www.ofa.fas.harvard.edu/ceramics