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Wisconsin Pottery Association
 
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Pewabic Pottery
1903-present
Detroit, Michigan


The Cadillac Center Station with tiles from Pewabic.

Founded by Mary Chase Perry Stratton, Pewabic has had a diverse history in ceramics.  Still in operation, its is one of three Arts & Crafts period potteries in the United States.

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Pewabic Pottery Founded in 1903 during the height of the Arts & Crafts Movement in America, Pewabic Pottery is today a nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation of the Arts & Crafts ideals while advancing contemporary ceramic arts through its full curriculum of educational programs, its support of individual artists, outreach to various communities, and leadership in the exhibition of contemporary and historic collections and archiving of scholarly research.

Pewabic Pottery Video - September 2007 video of the showroom & parts of the production areas.

Painting with Fire - The University of Michigan Museum of Art - Pewabic Vessels in the Margaret Watson Parker Collection Published on the occasion of an exhibition at the University of Michigan Museum of Art September 23, 1995 - January 7, 1996.  Features over 50 items thoroughly crossed reference. http://www.si.umich.edu/chico/Pewabic/cover.html

The People Mover - Detroit's elevated train system.  Located at many of the stations are ceramic installation, including several related to Pewabic.  An interesting installation is the Cadillac Center station or #11 that uses Pewabic tile from 1935 that were intended to be used in a Stroh Brewery, but were never used. Other stations feature Pewabic or ceramic tiles are  #1, #2, #3, #6, #7, #8, #12