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The Toronto Potters Biennial Exhibition
October 14 to November 6

Opening reception: Friday October 14, 6 to 8 pm at the Gardiner Museum.

The 19th edition of the Toronto Potters' juried biennial exhibition opens at the Gardiner Museum on October 14 and runs until November 6. Works range from functional to sculptural, figurative to abstract. The pieces were carefully selected by jurors Angelo di Petta, Professor Emeritus at OCADU, and Jess Riva Cooper of Sheridan College, both internationally exhibiting artists.

Artists: Barbara Banfield, Deanna Sakai, Joy Eliuk, Rhonda Uppington, Judith Morsink, Margie Kelk, Celia Zveibil Brandao, Teresa Dunlop, William Allen, Brenda Nieves, Mary McKenzie, Eden Danielle Bender, Margaret Cameron, Carolynn Bloomer, Frieda Pereira, Janny Wong, Marlene Zagdanksi, Abbey Smith, Susan Card, David Paolini, Patricia Paolini, Cheryl Wyre, Paul Kouadio, Lee Ann Janissen, Alison Brannen, Heidi McKenzie



Toronto Potters is a not-for-profit, volunteer-run association of community-oriented potters and ceramic artists. The group had its genesis in 1979, and after 37 years, Toronto Potters continues to flourish and provide a nexus for social and professional development, with regard to both career and skills learning. The group is also committed to provide outreach opportunities for the promotion of the clay arts to the general public. Toronto Potters consists of makers, teachers, collectors, and ceramics enthusiasts. Given the diversity of Toronto, many members have relocated to Canada from various parts of the world, which adds to the vibrancy and texture of the work presented in its biennial exhibitions. Toronto Potters provides creative opportunities for its members by mounting biennial juried exhibitions, holding monthly meetings with guest lecturers, providing educational workshops, publishing e-newsletters, holding biennial sales of members’ work, and fostering community.

Awards are sponsored by Craft Ontario, Fusion Clay and Glass Association, the Gardiner Shop, Ontario Arts Council, Pottery Supply House, Spectrum, Toronto Potters, and Tucker’s Pottery Supplies. The awards will be announced at the opening on October 14.





















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