Coalescence, the 58th annual conference of the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts takes place in
Richmond, Virginia. A process repeated at every scale in nature, from sub-atomic particles and water droplets to
binary stars and black holes, coalescence occurs when separate elements merge into a single body or group.
When coalescence occurs in nature even light years away, we are able to sense it through the energies released.
Creative coalescence is a vibrant force in Richmond, Virginia’s cultural ecosystem, and its energies radiate
throughout the region’s community centers, K-12, and higher education, and studios.
Coalescence is the power, presence, and innovation that occurs through our work with clay and communities. Coalescence
will be an opportunity to share and learn about the changing ways we teach, learn, and create through clay. NCECA
invites you to share stories, research, and creation of coalescence happening through your work in ceramic art.
April 12-13, 2024
After 37 years of tradition the John Natsoulas Center for the Arts is proud to continue the largest sculptural ceramics conference in the world. Conceived by the need for dialogue and direct interaction between artists and students, CCACA 2024 brings the ultimate ceramic sculpture event to Davis, CA. In an intimate setting, you can interact with top artists in a way not possible at other venues. UC Davis, home to the late sculptor Robert Arneson, was instrumental in defining a new direction for ceramic art. Enjoy delightful downtown Davis and be inspired by nationally recognized ceramic art talents.
Demonstrations, lectures, shows—no other event delivers more inspired knowledge of ceramic sculpture for a better price.This annual conference Meet face-to-face with distinguished ceramic sculptors you might only read about; see and hear from the artists what makes them top in their field.
Starting April 1st, the prices for tickets will go up $25.
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