Organized by Tyler Waxman
November 15th, 4-7PM
November 15th-December 6th
Monte Vista Projects is pleased to present the Highland Park Museum of Ceramic Art. Inspired by shows such as the Los Angeles Museum of Ceramic Art at ACME and Dirt on Delight at ICA, the HPMCA aims to celebrate the current excitement and resurgence of artists working with ceramics. Clay, being one of the oldest known expressive and utilitarian materials, is no longer restricted by a narrow definition of craft or purpose. The exhibition is a survey of contemporary ceramics being made in Los Angeles today.
Ranging from veteran artists and professors, to mid-career professionals, through younger artists just completing or in their graduate studies, the HPMCA features a diverse and eclectic roster of artists.
Participating artists include:Peter Callas, Joe Goode, Phyllis Green, Julia Haft-Candell, Roger Herman, Anabel Juarez, Shoshi Kanokohata, Chris Miller, Brittany Mojo, Kristen Morgin, Thomas Muller, Jackie Rines, Brian Rochefort, Emily Sudd, Christian Tedeschi, and Tyler Waxman.