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WELCOME
  
Our 2020-2021 Lecture Series continues with three exciting speakers.

WELCOME Seminar Attendees!

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Daniel Chen
April 12, 2021
Kate Malone
May 10, 2021
Frances Palmer
June 14, 2021

We have also added new membership opportunities.

All members receive links to recordings of previous lectures. 

2020-2021 Programs
Annual April Seminar
 
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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 seven monthly meetings via Zoom during the 2020-21 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. 

 

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.

 

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Dutch tin-glazed earthenware plate, Delft, 1750-75, Diam. 10". Victoria & Albert Museum, London