The Art and Mystery of Early English Pottery: The Troy D. Chappell Collection
A Lecture by Rob Hunter
Thursday, April 7, 6PM
Robert Hunter has more than thirty-five years of professional experience in prehistoric and historical archaeology. He has an MA in Anthropology from The College of William and Mary and additional coursework at the doctoral level in American Studies. He was the founding director of the college’s Center for Archaeological Research. Mr. Hunter served as Assistant Curator of Ceramics and Glass in the Department of Collections at Colonial Williamsburg.
Since 2001 Mr. Hunter has been editor of the annual journal Ceramics in America, published by the Chipstone Foundation of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He lectures widely and participates in the New York Ceramics Fair every January. He has written for a variety of other publications, among them The Magazine ANTIQUES, The Catalogue of Antiques & Fine Art, New England Antiques Journal, Early American Life, Ceramic Review, Studio Potter, Ceramics: Art and Perception, Pottery Making Illustrated, Kerameiki Techni, and the Journal of Archaeological Science. He received the 2007 Award of Merit from the Society for Historical Archaeology and is an elected Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London. He is currently a board member of the American Ceramic Circle and CFile.
This event is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served.
Skinner Boston Gallery
63 Park Plaza
Boston, MA 02116