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Marjorie Dial | Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center

Tue, 07/09/2024
Marjorie Dial, Black Mountain College Museum, NC

Marjorie Dial’s work is included in Robert Chapman Turner: Artist, Teacher, Explorer now on view at the Black Mountain College Museum in Asheville, NC through September 7, 2024

Robert Turner arrived at Black Mountain in 1949 to establish the first studio pottery program at the College. He worked with student architect Paul Williams to design the Potshop and stayed until 1951 as a teacher and potter. There he formed lifelong friendships and was part of the lively mix of art and ideas. This exhibition includes work by Karen Karnes, Daniel Rhodes, M.C. Richards, Peter Voulkos, Marguerite Wildenhain as well as Turner's students and colleagues at Alfred University, Penland, and contemporary ceramic artists whose work fits within the larger context of Turner’s legacy and impact.

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