Ink and Clay is the Kellogg Gallery’s annual, western states, competitive exhibition of ceramics, prints and drawings. 2010 marks the 36th year for this unique exhibition which is made possible through the generosity of Col. Jim Jones and the office of the University President, Michael Ortiz.
This year’s exhibition was juried by Leslie Jones, Associate Curator of Prints and Drawings at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and Elaine Levin, art historian, independent curator, and author of The History of American Ceramics, and Movers and Shakers in American Ceramics: Defining 20th Century Ceramics.
Featuring 91 artworks by 72 artists, Ink and Clay 36 is a show richly diverse in style, form, and content. From the traditional to the experimental, formal to expressive, and the personal to the political, this exhibition offers ample opportunities for aesthetic enjoyment, intellectual stimulation, and critical inquiry.