Jenny Peace Artist Lecture

a large, asymmetric coil pot in progress on an artist's studio table with source images on the wall behind itTuesday, September 27, 2022
Ceramics Program Resident Artist Jenny Peace has loved clay since her first YMCA class at the age of 8. She started at the Ceramics Program (then called Radcliff Pottery) in 1990 and has developed her practice with the help of countless dedicated teachers. In 2022 she completed a post-bac certificate in ceramics at UMass Dartmouth focusing on a series of large-scale coil-built vessels. Whether massive or miniature, sculptural or functional, a through line motivating Jenny's work is the tactile satisfaction of the material and the endless expressive potential of atmospheric firing.

This in-person lecture is free and open to the public, but space is limited. RSVP to reserve your seat! 


collage of images of large coil pots by Jenny Peace. In one image, she is holding the pot in her arms, standing in a lush green garden.