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Trade Ceramics of Asia: Exhibition Tour and Ceramics Workshop

Join USC professor and internationally known ceramicist Karen Koblitz for a guided tour of the USC Pacific Asia Museum’s exhibition China Trace: The Export of Chinese Ceramics in the Global Market, followed by a hands-on workshop in decorating ceramics.

When:
April 7, 2017
10:00am to 1:00pm
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A pizza lunch will be provided.

ADMISSION:
Admission is free. Reservations required. RSVP beginning Thursday, March 9, at 9 a.m. Please check back to RSVP.

DESCRIPTION:
Join USC professor and internationally known ceramicist Karen Koblitz for a guided tour of the USC Pacific Asia Museum’s exhibition China Trace: The Export of Chinese Ceramics in the Global Market, followed by a hands-on workshop in decorating ceramics. Taking inspiration from the exhibition, participants will apply blue patterning onto the surface of readymade ceramic forms. The pieces will be glazed and fired for pickup at a future date. Koblitz will also offer insights about Asian trade ware and how it has influenced other cultures.

This event is presented in conjunction with the USC Pacific Asia Museum’s exhibition China Trace: The Export of Chinese Ceramics in the Global Market, on view at Doheny Memorial Library from March 2 to August 6, 2017.

Additional Links:
Karen Koblitz Official website
USC Pacific Asia Museum Facebook

Related Event: 
The Business of Trade Ceramics in Asia
CONVERSATIONS@PAM
Wednesday, March 29, 2017, 7 p.m.
Friends of the USC Libraries Lecture Hall, Doheny Memorial Library 240
For more info, click here.

Organized by the USC Pacific Asia Museum.

Cost: 
Admission is free. Reservations required. RSVP beginning Thursday, March 9, at 9 a.m. Please check back to RSVP.

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