opening reception | March 7th, 5-7 p.m
The AS220 Galleries highlights ceramic works by local, national and international artist in conjunction with NCECA’s 49th annual conference in Providence RI

@ 115 Empire St.
AS220 Main Gallery
Providence Prints
In the spirit of the experimental nature of Rhode Island, Providence Prints is an exploration of the rich print making culture of providence that pairs print makers and ceramic artists.
David Allyn, Xandr Marro, Nidal Fakhouri, Muffy Brandt, Joan Wyand, Harrison Bucy, Meredith Stern, Larry Bush

Transparency of Belief
recent sculptures by Theodor Kropf

@ 93 Mathewson St.
AS220 Project Space
A collaborative installation into a fevered feral dream of initiation, transitional states, and new ways of telling the oldest stories featuring ceramic work by Younger and illustrations by Loundy
Installation and Prints by Meredith Younger and Eric Loundy

AS220 Reading Room
Potter’s for Peace Silent Auction
PFP, established 1986, has improved thousands of traditional potters’ lives. Since 1998, fifty factories in thirty-five countries have produced potable water for 25 million people through PFP’s simple clay filter.
featuring work donated by
Joe Bennion, Steve Branfman, Jeff Branford,Steve Briggs, Peter Chartrand, Linda Christianson, James Connell, Guillermo Cuellar, Kris Darby, Willi Eggerman, John Glick, Chris Gustin, Haddie Hadachek, Don Hall, Doug Hanson, Rick Hintze, Barbara Hoffman, Peter Karner, Simon Levin, Suze Lindsay, Warren MacKenzie, Rafael Malferrari, Jeff Noska, Richard Notkin, Hiroshi Ogawa,  Patty Osborn, Lisa Orr, Barbara Reinhart, Mika Seeger, Linda Sikora, Marlynn Schumacher, Wally Schwab, Amy Smith, Peter & Sue Stark, Thea Tennenbaum, Jack Troy, Penny Truitt, Rita Vali, Natalie Warrens, and Gerry Williams…plus many pieces by Nicaraguan potters.

@95 Empire St.
Psychic Annex | Aborn Gallery
The cord between these two very different artists passes through the ground beneath their feet, their forms and perceptions articulated in the language of the subtle Earth; inert, yet not.
Terra Firma
Ceramic Work by Ashwini Bhat and Sharbani Das Gupta

@ 131 Washington St.
AS220 Resident Gallery
Time Will Tell
New Work by Doug Breault
paintings, and photographic collages