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A Call for Small, Fine Ceramic Works of Art
     
Rochester, NY   Region
 
(ROCHESTER, NY – July 24, 2017) Flower City Arts Center is issuing a call for
small ceramic works of art. The second annual Good Things…come in small
packages exhibition will be November 10 through December 21, 2017. The
deadline for application is September 8, 2017. All works submitted must be
smaller than 8x8x8 inches. Applications can be submitted online at
www.rochesterarts.org/good-things.

The juror this year is Tim See, a New York state ceramicist, who has created an imaginary world that he brings to life with his objects—like the industrial oils cans, illustrated vessels and sculptural machinery. Using the clay, underglazes, stains, and wood-firing See builds up patinas of wear and a story of usage.

The Firehouse Gallery is located at 713 Monroe Ave., Rochester, NY 14607. The opening reception and sale, and gallery hours are free and open to the public.

About Tim See
Tim See is a ceramic artist from Syracuse, New York. His work has been shown at the Smithsonian, the Everson, the Memorial Art Gallery, and Baltimore Clayworks, among others. Tim teaches at ClayScapes Pottery, Inc, and at workshops and schools across the northeast. He is a founding member of the Independent Potters Association, whose participants collaborate on group exhibits, charitable events, and an annual high school ceramics competition called Feats of Clay. Tim's You Tube channel, TimSee you tube, has over 92 educational videos, 13,000 subscribers, and over 2 million views. Tim lives with his wife Brenda Pierce, and cat Viggo, in Bridgeport New York.

About the Flower City Arts Center
The Flower City Arts Center is a community-based not-for-profit that educates, encourages and inspires all people to create and enjoy the visual arts. As a member of the National Guild of Community Schools of the Arts, the organization is committed to making high-quality arts education available to all.

Flower City Arts Center has been operating since 1970. The Center is a
darkroom and photography facility, a pottery workshop, and a printing and
book arts center. Support of the Center benefits youth outreach programs and programs for the community. All of the money raised stays in Rochester and directly benefits members of the Rochester community. The Center uses its resources to provide youth programs in schools, offers over 200 classes to the general public, and rents space to artists and others interested in the visual arts. Internships, facilities for advanced area arts students and resource facilities for anyone interested in book arts, photography and pottery are also available. Three galleries in the building serve as exhibit space for local, regional and national artists.

Flower City Arts Center is supported by funding from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

For more information, contact the Flower City Arts Center Administrative Office at 585-244-1730, or visit our website at www.rochesterarts.org.
   
Contact: Kate Whorton
Phone: 15852715183
AdHub Profile: Flower City Arts Center
Company URL: http://www.rochesterarts.org
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