The Fourth Annual Ceramic Annual of America (CAA) is an exhibition mounted to spotlight the quality and diversity of the contemporary ceramics field.
Friday,September 13 : 10:00 am-8:00pm
Saturday, September 14: 10:00 am-8:00pm
Sunday, September 15 : 10:00am-6:00pm
Thursday, September 12, 2012: 5pm-9pm
The third annual CAA will provide a comprehensive, current survey of ceramic art, increasing exposure and strengthening market demand for the medium. Held on the shores of California, at San Francisco’s historic Fort Mason, the CAA exhibition is intended to be an exciting new ceramic venue.
The CAA exhibition is presented by the California Ceramics Cooperative, a dedicated, grass roots organization formed by artists educators and curators who share a desire to invest in the future of the ceramic field by honoring recent history and focusing attention on the work of contemporary artists.
$10.00 One-day pass
$20.00 Three-day pass
$45.00 Opening reception and three-day pass
Ages 18 and under are FREE.
Child Craft Workshop
California artist Michelle Gregor lives and works in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her career as a sculptor spans 27 years. Michelle heads the Ceramic Department at San Jose City College. She has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from University of California, Santa Cruz and a Master of Fine Arts degree from San Francisco State University. Her figurative sculptures in ceramic and bronze are in homes, offices, and gardens of private collectors. Larger scale architectural work may be seen in such locations as the Spa at Pebble Beach and The Olympic Club on Sutter Street in San Francisco. Her work has been described as lyrical, graceful, and spiritual.
Exhibitions include solo shows at Space 743 San Francisco and extensive group showings including The Garden Gallery Walk at Yerba Buena Gardens and the California Crafts Museum in San Francisco.
Tickets can be purchased below or at the door.