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Newcomb Faculty Exhibition: 100 Years of Ceramics at Newcomb College, 1894-1994
Oct 9, 1996 – Dec 23, 1996
One of four exhibitions inaugurating the newly opened ground-floor galleries inside the Woldenberg Art Center. This exhibition featured the first comprehensive show of current faculty work in over three years. Featuring work by Ellsworth Woodward, Mary Given Sheerer, Gertrude Roberts Smith, Jules Gabry, Joseph Fortune Meyer, George Ohr, Paul Ernest Cox, Henrietta D. Bailey, Sadie Agnes Estelle Irvine, Frederick Emery Walrath, Vincent Axford, William Henry Rogers, Jonathan Browne Hunt, Kenneth Eugene Smith, Juanita Louise Gonzalez, Angela Gregory, Francis A. Ford, Katherine Ricks, Katherine Choy, Dirk Hubers, Gabor Gergo, Ronald G. Boling, Greer B. Farris, Gene Koss, Rinda Metz, Walter Steve Rucker, Steve Christo, Bernard Sougeron Mattox, Anita Cooke, Sue Jensen, Robert Horan, Jo Ann Schnabel, Jeremy Jernegan. Curated by Sally Main.
Accompanying lecture included “Creating the Multiple: A Look at How Prints Are Made” by Teresa Cole, Printmaker, Professor of Studio Art, Tulane University.