Cameron Petke, ceramic artist and teacher with an MFA in Ceramics from Hood College (’09), will discuss the historical influences of 20th century American ceramic art (1900-1945) at Hood College on Friday, April 17.
Petke’s presentation is part of Hood’s “Undercurrents of Expression” Ceramic Art History Lecture Series, which he directs. The series explores great art and artists in the context of the Industrial Revolution, the Arts and Crafts movement, World War II and other global undercurrents that drove American studio ceramics. The series hosts curators, archaeologists and art historians from the Smithsonian, the Walters Museum, and some of the area’s top universities. Petke
The April 17 lecture will be held at Hodson Science Center, Room 131, 7 – 9 pm. Admission is $5. For more information about the lecture, contact Lisa York, firstname.lastname@example.org. Hood is located at 401 Rosemont Avenue, Frederick, MD.