Greenwich House Pottery Centennial celebration Tonight!

Tonight is the kickoff for the Greenwich House Pottery Centennial celebration in New York. 100 Years of Clay Centennial reception, showcasing some of the world’s most noted ceramic artists, in a celebration of the art, artists, New York City and Greenwich House Pottery as a NYC cultural institution. Plus, the installation of two new exhibits:

First, "Who Lives in Greenwich Village--It draws inspiration from the Manahatta Project ( The artists superimposed images of native plants and animals on the Greenwich Village street grid, and each block is its own little segment. (Above image - as a sneak peek, but I'm told one has to see in person to give the whole thing justice).

Second, "New Amsterdam at 400: A Celebration of Contemporary Dutch Ceramics."

16 Jones Street, between Bleecker and West 4th Streets
Opening Reception: Thursday, September 10, 6 – 9 PM

Jan Halvarson

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