Presentation given at the annual conference for the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts in 2019 held in Minneapolis, MN.
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Presentation by Janis Mars Wunderlich and Danielle Steen Fatkin
Ceramic objects offer a tactile record of human history, literally capturing the fingerprints of early ingenuity. While texture and form provide evidence of abstract thinking, new technology allows a deeper investigation of material innovation, methods, and collaborations in developing cultures.