Three Friars have had their ceramics work juried into the 2012 National K12 Ceramics Exhibition, to be held March 28-31 in Seattle, Washington.
Congratulations to Julian Venonsky '12, Ryan Wheeler '12, and Patrick Hoban '11 on their accepted work. Over 1,130 entries were submitted to this juried show, and 150 entries were selected for the display. This marks the fourth consecutive year that Malvern has been solidly represented at this exhibit.
The National K-12 Ceramic Exhibition
is an annual juried ceramic competition for K-12 students in the United States. Designed to showcase the best K12 ceramic work made in the country, the exhibition takes place in a different city each year in conjunction with the annual conference of The National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA). The NCECA conference is the preeminent ceramic event in the US annually, gathering professionals from universities, colleges, museums, art galleries and the ceramic arts world to a host city to view exhibitions, demonstrations, talks and other ceramic events. For that week, the host city is the world capital of ceramics. Jurors for The National K-12 Ceramic Exhibition are selected from the top rank of American ceramic artists.
Pictured below are Julian's "Threat Set," Patrick's "Chill," and Ryan's "Grenade."