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  • Members-only Day Trip to Alfred Ceramic Art Museum

    Thursday, June 28, 2018
    9:00 am - 3:00 pm

    Add to Calendar 06/28/2018 9:00 AM 06/28/2018 3:00 PM America/New_York Members-only Day Trip to Alfred Ceramic Art Museum

    Rockwell Members: $70/person 
    Full itinerary below

    Ticket purchase is REQUIRED by 5 p.m. on June 26. REGISTER HERE

    Your purchase includes:

          >>Transportation to and from Alfred (departing and returning at The Rockwell)
          >>Museum admission, tours and behind-the-scenes access
          >>Lunch at The Rosebush
          >>Light snacks and beverages on the bus

    In conjunction with The Rockwell’s featured exhibition, Earth and Sky: The Ceramic Art of Wayne Higby, Rockwell Members are invited to attend a day trip to the Alfred Ceramic Art Museum. Attendees will have a VIP experience with behind-the-scenes access to museum storage, a permanent collection tour with the Curator of Collections, and a private visit with Wayne Higby to see his installation, EarthCloud, the largest hand-cut porcelain, architectural installation in the world.

    Left: Cristina Córdova, Del balcón, Ceramic and steel, 2017, From the collection of Lisa and Dudley Anderson.
    Right: Cahaba River Watershed, shells, map, moss. 30 in. x 44 in. Elizabeth Pellathy, Lee Somers and Scott Stephens. 2017.

     

    Trip Itinerary

    9 a.m. | Arrive at The Rockwell Museum

    9:15 a.m. | Depart Rockwell for Alfred

    10:15 a.m. | Arrive at Alfred Ceramic Art Museum

    10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. | Tour museum, storage, and performing arts center

    12:30 p.m. | Depart for Lunch

    12:45-2  p.m. | Lunch at The Rosebush

    2 p.m. | Depart Alfred for Rockwell

    3  p.m. | Arrive at Rockwell

    Brian Oglesbee

    About the Alfred Ceramic Art Museum

    The Alfred Ceramic Art Museum at Alfred University houses nearly 8,000 ceramic objects ranging from small pottery shards recovered from ancient civilizations to modern and contemporary ceramic art. The primary mission of Alfred Ceramic Art Museum is to collect, preserve, conserve, research, interpret and exhibit ceramic art for aesthetic and educational purposes. The museum is a research and teaching facility, which offers an engagement in cultural history via ceramic art to the student, artist, scholar and collector as well as the local, national and international community.

    Rockwell Members: $70/person 
    Full itinerary below

    Ticket purchase is REQUIRED by 5 p.m. on June 26. REGISTER HERE

    Your purchase includes:

          >>Transportation to and from Alfred (departing and returning at The Rockwell)
          >>Museum admission, tours and behind-the-scenes access
          >>Lunch at The Rosebush
          >>Light snacks and beverages on the bus

    In conjunction with The Rockwell’s featured exhibition, Earth and Sky: The Ceramic Art of Wayne Higby, Rockwell Members are invited to attend a day trip to the Alfred Ceramic Art Museum. Attendees will have a VIP experience with behind-the-scenes access to museum storage, a permanent collection tour with the Curator of Collections, and a private visit with Wayne Higby to see his installation, EarthCloud, the largest hand-cut porcelain, architectural installation in the world.

    Left: Cristina Córdova, Del balcón, Ceramic and steel, 2017, From the collection of Lisa and Dudley Anderson.
    Right: Cahaba River Watershed, shells, map, moss. 30 in. x 44 in. Elizabeth Pellathy, Lee Somers and Scott Stephens. 2017.

     

    Trip Itinerary

    9 a.m. | Arrive at The Rockwell Museum

    9:15 a.m. | Depart Rockwell for Alfred

    10:15 a.m. | Arrive at Alfred Ceramic Art Museum

    10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. | Tour museum, storage, and performing arts center

    12:30 p.m. | Depart for Lunch

    12:45-2  p.m. | Lunch at The Rosebush

    2 p.m. | Depart Alfred for Rockwell

    3  p.m. | Arrive at Rockwell

    Brian Oglesbee

    About the Alfred Ceramic Art Museum

    The Alfred Ceramic Art Museum at Alfred University houses nearly 8,000 ceramic objects ranging from small pottery shards recovered from ancient civilizations to modern and contemporary ceramic art. The primary mission of Alfred Ceramic Art Museum is to collect, preserve, conserve, research, interpret and exhibit ceramic art for aesthetic and educational purposes. The museum is a research and teaching facility, which offers an engagement in cultural history via ceramic art to the student, artist, scholar and collector as well as the local, national and international community.