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Wednesday through Saturday, 1 - 4 PM

Opening Reception: FREE Admission

A Retro design craze is sweeping the country, and the Haan Museum is the place to be in 2020. Decorative arts from the mid-1900s featured simple lines, and colors inspired by nature. The movement extended to architecture, furniture, paintings, pottery and other art forms.

Also known as Mid-Century Modern, Art Deco, or Arts and Crafts, the exhibition will feature pottery by individual artists, as well as established businesses that produced pottery and other products to fill the huge demand.

AMACO (American Art Clay Company), the leading supplier of clay and glazes for clay artists, created sculptures to show what could be done with their products. This exhibition will include rare pieces from AMACO, such as Lady of the Lillies and Uranium-Glazed Dancers, as well as work from Overbeck Pottery, Muncie Pottery, Marshall Studios, Uhl Pottery, and other noted clay artists.

Lunch and Learn: April 7, 2020 11:30 - 1 PM

Speaker: Craig McCormick, expert in Mid-Century ceramics and creator of marshallstudios.net.

This exhibition is made possible by the generosity of

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