Exhibitions

Artist Spotlight: Bryan Czibesz, McKnight Artist Resident

“I am at heart a tinkerer, and regularly working with my hands is at the core of how I engage with the world.”

Bryan Czibesz came to NCC’s McKnight Artist Residency for Ceramic Artists from the Hudson Valley, where he teaches at the State University of New York at New Paltz. Grounded in the tradition of object making, he asks questions of authorship and authenticity through varying degrees of engagement and dislocation between the hand and material manipulation. 

25th Anniversary Interview: Janet Williams

How did you get involved with NCC?
I was living in Nebraska and NCC was the biggest regional ceramics center. I applied and participated in a show with Steve Thurston in 1997. But, I was introduced to NCC through Deborah Sigel around 1995, at which time I applied for a show. That is back when NCC was in the old building. And then, of course, I came back in 2003 to do the McKnight Fellowship and again in 2012.

NCC Live on Tales of a Red Clay Rambler

We're really pleased to share this 'Live from NCC' edition of Ben Carter's Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast with you. Thanks to Eileen, Julianne, and Sam for the lively discussion with Ben and the audience.

Ben visited NCC in May, for this live taping of the podcast. He interviewed Eileen Cohen, Samuel Johnson, and Juliane Shibata in conjunction with the NCC Members Exhibition. We hope you enjoy this conversation as much as we did hosting it!