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Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Coming Sunday: Judith Duff

Posted By on Tue, Feb 14, 2012 at 10:48 AM

Duffs crackle oval bowl
  • Duff's crackle oval bowl

Ceramic artist Judith Duff, who works in the Japanese Shino tradition in her studio in North Carolina, will give a talk at 6 p.m. Sunday at the Arkansas Arts Center as part of the Friends of Contemporary Crafts "Conversation" series.

Duff's work, which is included in the Arts Center's permanent collection, is wood-fired and created for practical use. She's taught workshops throughout the United States and in Japan, including Penland, Odyssey Center for Craft, Mudfire, and the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.

Tickets to the talk are $15 for FOCC members or $20 for non-members and includes a light dinner after the talk. To reserve, call 372-4000 or email FOCC@arkarts.com

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