Speaker Schedule

The 2018 fair will feature a spectacular lecture series presented by some of the most important voices in the world of ceramics and glass. Running concurrently with the four-day fair this series of insightful lectures are complimentary and open to the public - with regular show admission.

Thursday, January 18
12 Noon Pot(tery) Tales in Victorian Painting and Literature
Rachel Gotlieb
12 Noon
Pot(tery) Tales in Victorian Painting and Literature
Rachel Gotlieb
2PM The Potter Hath Power Over His Clay: Slip Decorated Earthenware from Philadelphia
Deborah Miller
2PM
The Potter Hath Power Over His Clay: Slip Decorated Earthenware from Philadelphia
Deborah Miller
4PM British Ceramic Treasures at The Mint Museum
Brian Gallagher
4PM
British Ceramic Treasures at The Mint Museum
Brian Gallagher
Friday, January 19
12 Noon Pincus: Channeling Josiah Wedgwood
Peter Pincus
12 Noon
Pincus: Channeling Josiah Wedgwood
Peter Pincus
2PM Revive, Remix, Respond: Contemporary Ceramic Artists at The NYCGF and The Frick Pittsburgh
Dawn Reid Brean
2PM
Revive, Remix, Respond: Contemporary Ceramic Artists at The NYCGF and The Frick Pittsburgh
Dawn Reid Brean
4PM Time Travel in the Period Room
Elisabeth Agro, Barry Harwood and Sarah Carter
4PM
Time Travel in the Period Room
Elisabeth Agro, Barry Harwood and Sarah Carter
Saturday, January 20
12 Noon Export V. Exported: A Closer Look at Kangxi Era Porcelain
Jeffrey Stamen
12 Noon
Export V. Exported: A Closer Look at Kangxi Era Porcelain
Jeffrey Stamen
2PM The Meaning of Objects and How They Educate, Stimulate and "Speak" To Us
Thomas Lollar
2PM
The Meaning of Objects and How They Educate, Stimulate and "Speak" To Us
Thomas Lollar
4PM American Studio Pottery – Making of a Movement
Linda Sikora and Mark Shapiro
4PM
American Studio Pottery – Making of a Movement
Linda Sikora and Mark Shapiro