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The Boneyard: The Ceramics Teaching Collection

July 8, 2021

A totem of the teacher, a bisqueware is the porous, unglazed result of wet clay demos completed, then fired once in ceramics educational settings. These bisque works—an unglazed record of a visiting artist’s creative process—are often referenced year after year by professors and students.

In a special exhibition, the LSU Museum of Art presents over two hundred bisque works, which continue to provide a valued resource for LSU School of Art’s top-ten ranked ceramics program. Displayed to imitate the “boneyard’—a storage method for bisque works in studio spaces, which showcases a variety of techniques, improvisation, and skill—the exhibition will feature rotating displays against a demonstration space to be activated by MFA students, local artists, and visiting artists. lsumoa.org.

100 Lafayette Street
Baton Rouge


July 8, 2021