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November 11, 2004

Akiyama
Adult supervision required
Last Friday afternoon (Nov. 5), the winds off the Charles River sent swarms of leaves swirling by the windows of the Ceramics Program Studio, while inside a group of about 30 people watched as master ceramist Yo Akiyama formed a pot with the aid of a blowtorch - an unusual tool, but one he said (through a translator) helped the clay find its 'true voice.' (Staff photo Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard News Office) Full story

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An egg full of singing puppets
Carpenter Center performance in honor of Le Corbusier, Sert

Film, talks reprise feats of great modern composer
Carter lauded at symposium

Modeling innovation
Tradition meets contemporary craftsmanship in Japanese ceramics symposium

 

 

 

 

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