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WELCOME
  
The Connecticut Ceramics Circle is pleased to announce our
2021-2022 lecture year speakers and topics.

 

SEPTEMBER

Miranda Thomas

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Tracing the Use of the Decorative Scroll in Ceramics History

OCTOBER

Robert Mowry

The Chinese Influence on Japanese and Korean Ceramics

NOVEMBER

Paul Scott

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Cumbrian Blues, Updated Narratives, Transferware for the 21st Century

DECEMBER

Deniz Beyazit

Blue and White Ceramics From the Islamic World, 9th-17th Centuries

JANUARY

Dame Rosalind Savill

Madame de Pompadour's

Sèvres Porcelain

FEBRUARY

Scott Shields

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Native American Pottery

MARCH

Jo Lauria

Betty Woodman:

Interrogating Form

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APRIL SEMINAR

Errol Manners

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The Origins and Evolution of European Porcelain

MAY

Leslie Grigsby

Westward Travels: An Overview of Exports from China

We have also added new membership opportunities.

All members receive links to recordings of previous lectures. 

2020-2021 Programs: Links Available for Members
Annual 2021April Seminar: Link Available for Members
 
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Join us

Become a member of the Connecticut Ceramics Circle and enjoy these membership benefits:

  • Hear and meet with ceramics scholars at eight monthly meetings via Zoom during the 2021-22 Lecture Season, and in person when possible

  • Discounted admission to the annual Seminar

  • Field trips to museums and collections via Zoom

  • Links to Zoom recordings of lectures

  • Presentations by Research Group members via Zoom

 

About Us

The Connecticut Ceramics Circle, based in Greenwich, Connecticut, comprises over a hundred members from the metropolitan tri-state area, including art historians, curators, appraisers, private collectors, dealers, both amateur and professional ceramicists, and art aficionados.  A 501(c)(3) organization, the CCC was founded in 1989 to promote the understanding of and appreciation for pottery and porcelain, and to disseminate knowledge about the subject. 

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Research Group

The research group meets once a month via Zoom to discuss a specific topic. It's a congenial way to learn and become better acquainted with fellow CCC members.

Resources

A listing of valuable sources for ceramics information and a link to newsletters published since 2016.