Enrich Yourself with Ceramic Work
As South Florida’s cultural season commences liftoff, galleries are opening various exhibits, theaters are presenting their list of upcoming performances, and most of Miami’s major museums have already unveiled their Art Basel shows. But even in the middle of all the activity, the Ceramic League of Miami is maintaining its classic charm.
Founded in 1950 by a group of female artists seeking to nurture their interest and skills in the ceramic arts, Ceramic League of Miami (CLM) has grown tremendously from being a project started in someone’s garage. Today it is a group that has sponsored national juried ceramic arts exhibitions at the Lowe gallery at the University of Miami and it has its own fully equipped facility on SW 129 Street.
Even if you consider yourself someone who’s familiar with Miami’s local arts scene, CLM’s work may not seem familiar. Taking the time to learn more about what it’s all about is like taking a trip through the city’s rich, creative art history. As one of, if not the oldest arts organizations in all of South Florida, it’s a fantastic resource for anyone wishing to brush up on their art knowledge as well as learning how to work with clay.
You can check out some of the CLM work at the 66th-Annual Members Exhibition which is currently taking place at Miami Dade College Kendall Campus’ Martin and Pat Fine Center for the Arts until November 3rd.
This update is provided by Scenario Art Gallery. Our Miami art gallery in Miami features a stunning collection of contemporary Miami art gallery exhibitions by an eclectic array of local and international artists. Visit us at 444 Northwest 28th Street, Miami, FL 33127 or call us at 305.602.3003. You can also follow us on Instagram at @scenarioartgallery.