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NCPC dinnerware exhibition Aug. 5-Nov. 25 |

NCPC dinnerware exhibition Aug. 5-Nov. 25

SEAGROVE — Handmade dinnerware does more than feed a hungry body — it provides the user with visual nourishment and tactile delight.


“What’s for Dinner?” celebrates that connection between ceramics and food through the work of 20 North Carolina makers, including:

* Cady Clay Works.

* Courtney Martin.

* David Vorhees.

* Dean Martin Pottery.

* Doug Dotson.

* East Fork Pottery.

* Great White Oak Gallery.

* HAAND.

* Heather Mae Erickson.

* Jugtown Pottery.

* Mangum Pottery.

* Melissa Weiss.

* New Salem Pottery.

* Nick Moen Studios.

* Nine Toes Pottery.

* Original Owens Pottery.

* Sedberry Pottery.

* Stanley Mace Andersen.

* Tom Gray.

* Westmoore Pottery.

The opening reception is Saturday, Aug. 5, from noon-2 p.m. It is free and open to the public. All dinnerware in the show will be available for purchase. Purchased dinnerware must remain in the show until its end date.

NCPC is also hosting three intimate dinners at the N.C. Pottery Center featuring the dinnerware that’s on display.

The first of the dinners is at 6 p.m. Friday, Aug. 4, the day before the exhibition officially opens, and includes a delightful four-course dinner and wine from Elliotts on Linden of Pinehurst. Executive Director Lindsey Lambert will be the host for the evening.

Tickets are $160 each. There are only 20 available. To make reservations, call 336-873-8430, visit tinyurl.com/ncpcwhatsfordinner or visit the N.C. Pottery Center, 233 East Ave., Seagrove.

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