Hunterdon Art Museum is pleased to present, “From the Ground Up,” the first-ever exhibition examining Peters Valley‘s fifty-year history and key moments that have defined the institution – from its earliest formation as an experimental craft colony, to the building of its renowned Japanese wood-fired or Anagama kiln in 1980, to the prominence of women blacksmiths at Peters Valley in the early 2000s.
Join us for this opening reception and hear from key people who made this exhibition possible, as well as artists whose work will be featured in the show. -- Curator Elizabeth Essner -- Executive Director of Peters Valley School of Craft Kristin Muller -- Executive Director of Hunterdon Art Museum Marjorie Frankel Nathanson -- Andrew Willner (Artist) -- Janet Lipkin (Artist) -- Malcolm Mobutu Smith (Artist) -- Vivian Beer (Artist) -- Luci Jockel (Artist) -- Cynthia Alberto (Artist)
Read more about this exhibition at hunterdonartmuseum.org.
This exhibition was made possible in part by a grant from the New Jersey Council for the Humanities, a state partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Additional support for this exhibition was provided by the Windgate Foundation, and the Marie and John Zimmermann Fund. The exhibition catalogue was funded by the Windgate Foundation, and John Sheridan and Andrea DuFlon. In-kind sponsorship has been provided by The Graphics Office and McSquared.