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Morton Bradley, Clay Potters’ Guild, John Waldron Arts Center

This week on Artworks, a journey into the life of artist Morton Bradley, showcasing local ceramic arts, and a glimpse inside the John Waldron Arts Center.

Coming up on Artworks,

The art collection of Morton Bradley found a home on the campus of I-U Bloomington, but who exactly was this enigmatic artist? Artworks’ Yaël Ksander talks to a few local experts to find out more.

Also on the program, the Local Clay Potter’s Guild shows off their wares for the 12th year as part of the upcoming Holiday Show and Sale.

And we’ll visit another bastion of the arts in Bloomington, Indiana with a glimpse inside the world of the John Waldron Arts Center.

Stories On This Episode

The Secret Stars of Morton C. Bradley

Having rarely exhibited and never sold any of his artwork, Morton C. Bradley left his entire body of work--more than 300 pieces--to Indiana University.

Local Clay Potters’ Showcase Their Talents

A few years ago a handful of ceramics artists decided to do something about that and formed the Local Clay Potter’s Guild.

‘Twelve’ by Sulaiman Zai

Twelve” is a sort of central number for me,” Zai said. It’s a number for transformations.

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