CANCELED: Members Sunday Tea and Tour

black basalt stoneware of bearded man
Wedgwood. Staffordshire, England, 1759–present
Socrates circa 1775–1780
Stoneware (black basalt)
The Mint Museum. Gift of the Starr and Wolfe Families in memory of Lydia and Bernard Starr. 2018.68.2

PLEASE NOTE: This event has been canceled. Please check our page dedicated to updates on COVID-19.

Members get to enjoy a traditional English tea and have a curator’s tour of our new exhibition Classic Back: The Basalt Sculpture of Wedgwood and His Contemporaries with Curator, Brian Gallagher.

 

Sunday Tea and Tour
June 14, 2020
2–4 PM | Mint Museum Randolph
$37.50 for Mint Members

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This event is located at Mint Museum Randolph


These Zoom backgrounds will transform your next meeting into a work of art

Porcelain tree branch with leaves

These Zoom backgrounds will transform your next meeting into a work of art

Our team has put together backgrounds of our exhibition Classic Black: The Basalt Sculpture of Wedgwood and His Contemporaries to turn your living room into an art gallery. Use the downloadable images as backgrounds on Zoom or your favorite video conferencing technology.

The Ceramic Series tour of Classic Black: The Basalt Sculpture of Wedgwood and His Contemporaries

black basalt stoneware of bearded man
Wedgwood. Staffordshire, England, 1759–present
Socrates circa 1775–1780
Stoneware (black basalt)
The Mint Museum. Gift of the Starr and Wolfe Families in memory of Lydia and Bernard Starr. 2018.68.2

Brian Gallagher will lead Delhom Service League members on a tour of the Mint’s new exhibition Classic Black: The Basalt Sculpture of Wedgwood and His Contemporaries.  Read More

Sunday Salon: Classic Black Seminar

Wedgwood. Staffordshire, England, 1759–present Socrates circa 1775–1780 Stoneware (black basalt) The Mint Museum. Gift of the Starr and Wolfe Families in memory of Lydia and Bernard Starr. 2018.68.2

Join us for a seminar corresponding to our new exhibition Classic Black: The Basalt Sculpture of Wedgwood and His Contemporaries with visiting scholars Gaye Blake-Roberts, Design Historian, Curator of Museum of Wedgwood; Dr. Gregory Sullivan, 18th century British sculpture scholar and honorary research fellows at the University of York; and exhibition curator Brian Gallagher.

1:30 PM
Introduction to Classic Black: The Basalt Sculpture of Wedgewood &
His Contemporaries led by Curator Brian Gallagher

2 PM
Josiah Wedgwood and His Contemporaries for Black Basalt
led by Curator Gaye Blake-Roberts

3 PM
Tour of Classic Black Galleries

4 PM
Wedgwood’s Basalt and the Sculpture Market
Led by Honorary Research Fellow, Dr. Gregory Sullivan

4–5:30 PM
Reception and Catalogue singing

 

Sunday Salon
February 9, 2020
1:30–5:30 PM | Mint Museum Randolph
FREE event after museum admission.
Admission is FREE for Mint Members or those with a valid college  ID.


This event is located at Mint Museum Randolph