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Ceramist Molly Hatch at CIA

Ceramist Molly Hatch at CIA

Jan. 15, 7:30 pm
Jan 8, 2013

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CIA's Ceramics Department presents an evening with Molly Hatch, a ceramist and designer whose Signature Collection appears in Anthropologie stores nationwide.

Jan. 15, 7:30 Cleveland Institute of Art, Aiken Aud., 11141 East Boulevard, Cleveland, OH

For more information visit: http://cia.edu/events/2013/01/molly-hatch


"…Hatch grew up on an organic dairy farm in Vermont surrounded by a startlingly diverse set of visual influences: the earthy reality of rural life, and the mysterious, disembodied luxury of antique decorative objects from her mother's family, prosperous Boston merchants who used Chinese export porcelain as ballast in their ships. Inspired by these two seemingly disparate family narratives, Hatch became an artist with a life-long passion for the decorative arts and the dialog between old and new. She has developed a robust studio practice that encompasses both works of art and design for industry, keenly aware of the different concerns and goals of each, while engaging with the ambiguity of objects that seem to exist in both the decorative and fine art realms." —Philadelphia Art Alliance

 
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