9:30 a.m. Social time /10:00 a.m. Lecture
St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, Del Mar
334 14th St. (15th St. & Maiden Ln.)
Please note that the Museum is taking the necessary precautions and following the guidelines communicated by the California Department of Public Health . Due to their recommendations of limiting nonessential gatherings through the end of March, this event has been canceled. We regret the inconvenience and appreciate your understanding of these circumstances. Please contact the Museum with any questions at 619.232.7931.
During the pottery wars between Korea and Japan in the 16th Century, Japan took Korean potters captive. They did not allow them to be repatriated, but used them to revolutionize pottery production in Japan. Their descendants live in Japan today, some still creating inspiring works in clay. Docent Allie Arnell will discuss the history and works.
Sponsored by the North County Chapter
*Please note that this lecture’s topic was originally “Cauleen Smith: Interdisciplinary Artist and Filmmaker” but has been changed to “Pottery Wars Between Korea and Japan.”
Free NCC members / $10 nonmembers