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Touch fire : contemporary Japanese ceramics by women artists

Author: Linda D Muehlig; Jessica Nicoll; Smith College. Museum of Art.
Publisher: Northampton, Mass. : Smith College Museum of Art, 2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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"TOUCH FIRE, featuring the brilliant ceramic creations of contemporary Japanese women artists, is an exhibition that strongly relates to Smith College's mission to educate women of promise for lives of distinction. These artists, both literally and figuratively, have broken the mold of a centuries-old, male-dominated tradition of ceramic art in Japan and did so aided by new access to higher education after World War  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Exhibition catalogs
Exhibitions
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Linda D Muehlig; Jessica Nicoll; Smith College. Museum of Art.
OCLC Number: 456419337
Language Note: Text in English. Artist's names in English and Japanese characters.
Notes: Catalog of an exhibition held at Smith College Museum of Art, Northampton, Oct. 9, 2009-Feb. 28, 2010.
Description: 110 pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm
Contents: Introduction: Three Massachusetts collections / Samuel C. Morse --
The history of women in Japanese ceramics / Todate Kazuko, translated by Wahei Aoyama --
Catalogue / Wahei Aoyama.
Other Titles: Contemporary Japanese ceramics by women artists
Responsibility: [edited by Linda Muehlig ; Jessica Nicoll, director and chief curator].

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"TOUCH FIRE, featuring the brilliant ceramic creations of contemporary Japanese women artists, is an exhibition that strongly relates to Smith College's mission to educate women of promise for lives of distinction. These artists, both literally and figuratively, have broken the mold of a centuries-old, male-dominated tradition of ceramic art in Japan and did so aided by new access to higher education after World War II. Departing from a long tradition of tea wares and largely excluded from the apprentice system, these women make a range of objects and sculptural forms. During Japan's long history of ceramic production, most women involved in making ceramics, with notable exceptions, were consigned menial tasks and were not allowed to touch kilns where works were fired."--Amazon.

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