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Ceramics department show and sale

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Get your prize at NSCAD's finish line by checking out the university's ceramics department's exhibition and sale next week. Publicity coordinator and exhibitor Steven Peters says it's a chance for the public to buy ceramics in the sale section of the Port Campus' third floor, and walk through the more gallery-like exhibition that will accompany it. "Most of the things in the exhibition will also be for sale, but the way it's presented is a bit more like a gallery exhibition, whereas the sale is more like a craft shop," says Peters. Among the artists showing work is Jay Poncelet (work pictured above), who started out working as an electrician in the tar sands and modelled his work after imagined "tar sands nightmare oil rigs." See more of his work, and the entire ceramics department, beginning with the opening reception Tuesday at 5:30pm. –Holly Gordon

Tue Apr 20 to Fri Apr 23, NSCAD Port Campus, 1107 Marginal Road

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