Professor’s Ceramic Vessel in Exhibition, Permanent Collection in France

April 30th, 2010 by CCAD News
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Global Warming by Bill Hunt

A sculptural ceramic vessel by Bill Hunt, professor, Fine Arts, will be exhibited this fall in the 2010 International Academy of Ceramics (IAC) exhibition at the Musée National de Céramique-Sèvres near Paris.

Hunt’s piece, titled Global Warming, will join the museum’s permanent collection thereafter. Established in the early 19th century to collect and study fine ceramics, the museum contains nearly 50,000 historical and contemporary objects from around the world.

The IAC is a UNESCO-affiliated organization and serves as the worldwide organization of ceramic artists. Hunt is the first CCAD faculty member ever elected to membership in the IAC, followed by previous CCAD ceramics faculty member Ban Kajitani.

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3 Responses to “Professor’s Ceramic Vessel in Exhibition, Permanent Collection in France”

  1. Skye says:

    This ceramic piece is very elaborate. Very well crafted.

  2. I was Ban Kajitani student and friend long ago, also worked with Bill Hunt at Ceramics Monthly, and would love to get in contact with them. I live en Santiago, Chile. Please let them know. Nice vessel, Bill.


  3. Patti (Smith) Urig-Reynolds says:

    Hi Val! Don’t know if you remember me, but I studied under Ban with you in 1976, 1977 and 78-79 at CCAD. We worked alongside each other many days in the ceramic studio.
    I’m living in Cincinnati Ohio and would love to hear from you!