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News From Our Ceramics Instructors

32 artists in “Sushi & Me.”

You can see work by several Art League ceramics instructors in two invitational exhibits this Winter.

For “Sushi & Me,” on view now at Akar Design in Iowa City, Iowa, 32 artists created five sushi sets each. You don’t need to make it out to Iowa, though — you can visit the exhibit website to see work by Linda Christianson, Blair Meerfeld, and Stacy Snyder, all instructors here at The Art League.

Blair Meerfeld’s work is also in the upcoming “Fif-TEA” teapot exhibit at the Craft Alliance in St. Louis, celebrating the organization’s 50th anniversary. That exhibit opens January 10.

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