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Whether a new enthusiast of the field or an advanced collector, you will find opportunities to learn through the CCC, a singular regional resource in the field of ceramic arts.

The CCC has eight meetings a year, generally on the second Monday of the month, starting at 2:00 p.m.  All meetings are held via Zoom and we will have two in-person lectures in October 2023, and May 2024, at our new venue, The Bruce Museum in Greenwich, Connecticut.   Click here for membership information.


The group is a 501(c)(3) entity, and our Board of Directors consists of the following members:

Executive Board


Co-Presidents:                     Jennifer Ketay-Brock & Natalie Robinson 

Vice President:                     Linda Green

Treasurer:                              Irene Willisch

Secretary:                              Ellen Brennan-Galvin



Committee Chairs

Archives:                                Richard White

Credentials:                           Gail Ahern


Membership & Directory:     Marylin Chou

                                                Nick Stagliano


Newsletter:                            Jennifer Ketay-Brock


Nominating:                          Nick Stagliano


Program:                                Letitia Roberts


Publicity:                                Cynthia Herbert

Research:                               Natalie Robinson


Website & Social Media:      Linda Green



John Austin

Meredith Chilton

Alice Cooney Frelinghuysen

Patricia Halfpenny

For further information, email

About Us

The Connecticut Ceramics Circle, based in Greenwich, Connecticut, comprises members not only from the Metropolitan tri-state region but also from across the United States and international locations. It is the only organization of its kind in the area and includes art historians, curators, appraisers, private collectors, dealers, both amateur and professional ceramicists, and art lovers. 


The CCC was founded in 1989 to promote the understanding of pottery and porcelain and to disseminate knowledge about the subject through lectures by international specialists, collectors and curators who address diverse topics in the field of the ceramic arts.  A Seminar is held each spring, providing an in-depth look at a particular topic. 

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