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Sunday, July 27, 2014

Nina Kawar's "Dual Perceptions" Selected for Honorable Mention in Japanese Exhibition

Dual Perceptions, porcelain, 18 x 12 x 6 inches, Nina Kawar
Nina Kawar, MFA Candidate in the Art Department at Clemson University, has had her sculpture, Dual Perceptions, selected for an Honorable Mention in the 10th International Ceramics Competition Mino, Japan.  To be accepted into the exhibition, Nina's work had to pass three rounds of judging. 

Jurors for the Ceramic Arts Category were: Masayuki Kurokawa, Architect, Product Designer; Taku Satoh, Graphic Designer; Kanae, Tsukamoto, Design Director; Masahiro Karasawa, The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, Chief of Craft Section; Choi JaeHoon, Designer; and Rosanna Orlandi, Design Gallery Owner.

The exhibition runs from September 12- October 19th, 2014. This is an international competition which aims to promote the further development of ceramic industry and culture through international exchanges of ceramic designs and culture.  Outstanding works that suggest innovative ideas and explore the future of ceramics coming from all over Japan and the world will be displayed all together.

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