‘From Storage to Studio’ at The Clay Studio, art of the past through contemporary lens
Roberta moderates a panel discussion on Saturday, Sept. 21, 2019, at The Clay Studio about a collaborative project “From Storage to Studio," which brought 14 former and current Artists in Residence at The Clay Studio into conversation with 7 curators at the PMA and into close contact with what’s housed in the legendary storage vaults at the museum.

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(Left to Right) Hiromi Kinoshita, Jennifer Zwilling, Joshua Hebbert. Photo by Roberta Fallon, edited by Morgan Nitz
(Left to Right) Hiromi Kinoshita, Jennifer Zwilling, Joshua Hebbert. Photo by Roberta Fallon, edited by Morgan Nitz

In this 29 minute long episode of Artblog Radio, which was recorded at The Clay Studio on Saturday, Sept. 21, 2019, Roberta moderates a panel discussion with Jennifer Zwilling, Curator of Artistic Programs at The Clay Studio, Hiromi Kinoshita, The Hannah L. and J. Welles Henderson Curator of Chinese Art at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and Joshua Hebbert, Artist in Residence at The Clay Studio. They discuss their collaborative project From Storage to Studio, which brought 14 former and current Artists in Residence at The Clay Studio into conversation with 7 curators at the PMA and into close contact with what’s housed in the legendary storage vaults at the museum. The podcast was edited by Morgan Nitz. Listen to Artblog Radio on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.

From Storage to Studio, The Clay Studio, 139 N 2nd St, Philadelphia, PA 19106, Sep 14th – Nov 17th, 2019


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Memory Jug, Artist/Maker Unknown, American, 1900-1930, Eartenware, putty, nails, scissors, files, and other found objects, gold colored paint, and Memory Jar #1 and Memory Jar #2, by Joshua Hebbert, ceramic, 2019
Memory Jug, Artist/Maker Unknown, American, 1900-1930, Eartenware, putty, nails, scissors, files, and other found objects, gold colored paint, and Memory Jar #1 and Memory Jar #2, by Joshua Hebbert, ceramic, 2019
GARDEN Seat, Artist/Maker Unknown, Chinese, 19th Century, Porcelain with Overglaze enamel decoration, Philadelphia Museum of Art, and Money Chair, by Yehrim Lee, 2019, Stoneware, Cone 6 Glaze, Pyrometric cone glaze, mother of pearl
GARDEN Seat, Artist/Maker Unknown, Chinese, 19th Century, Porcelain with Overglaze enamel decoration, Philadelphia Museum of Art, and Money Chair, by Yehrim Lee, 2019, Stoneware, Cone 6 Glaze, Pyrometric cone glaze, mother of pearl
Figure of a Boxer, Staffordshire Potteries, Staffordshire, England, CA. 1813-1815, Pearlglazed Earthenware, Overglaze Painted Decoration, Philadelphia Museum of Art, and The Boxers, 2019, by Nick Lenker, Ceramic, Custom Ceramic Details, Luster, Epoxy, Wood, Metallic Leaf
Figure of a Boxer, Staffordshire Potteries, Staffordshire, England, CA. 1813-1815, Pearlglazed Earthenware, Overglaze Painted Decoration, Philadelphia Museum of Art, and The Boxers, 2019, by Nick Lenker, Ceramic, Custom Ceramic Details, Luster, Epoxy, Wood, Metallic Leaf
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