High-tech/low-tech [videorecording] : the science and art of ceramics / Palos Verdes Art Center.

High-tech/low-tech [videorecording] : the science and art of ceramics / Palos Verdes Art Center.

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Palos Verdes, Calif. : Palos Verdes Art Center, c1994.
2 videocassettes (71 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
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High tech/low tech : the science and art of ceramics
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This exhibition presented by Palos Verdes Art Center in 1994 compared the elegance of skillyfully engineered products with the beauty created by individuals concerned primarily with the aesthetics of clay.
Pt.1: The Exhibit (26 min.) Gallery exhibit of industrial ceramics and the work of 4 studio potters, as well as interviews of a variety of artists in their studios. Included are some products made by Corning, Inc., and industrial products which have been modified to become art. Pt. 2: The Seminar. Highlights, including panelists on the commonality of the ceramic scientist and the studio potter, educational requirements, and the future of both fields (45 min.). William Prindle (Corning, Inc.) was a panel member.