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The Weigh-In: Tommies and Johnnies–Artistic Associates by Victoria Young (UST Newsroom, December 5, 2012): Victoria Young, Director of Graduate Studies at the University of Saint Thomas, connects two universities more widely-known for their athletic rivalries than their artistic similarities during the "Stoked" national exhibition tour.
National Tour of "Stoked: Five Artists of Fire and Clay" Stops at Saint Thomas (UST Newsroom, September 4, 2012): Announces the arrival of the "Stoked" national exhibition tour at the O'Shaughnessey Educational Center gallery, with additional pieces by Anne Meyer on display at the Luann Dummer Center for Women.
Pottery Exhibition Has Museum "Stoked" by Robert Knox (The Boston Globe, June 10, 2012): Promotes the opening reception and lectures for "Stoked: Five Artists of Fire and Clay" at the Art Complex Museum in Duxbury, Massachusetts. (Complete online article available to Boston Globe subscribers only.)
Review: "Stoked: Five Artists of Fire and Clay" a Must-See by Sallie Steiner (The Concordian, November 11, 2011): Reviews the opening of "Stoked" at the Rourke Art Museum in the Fargo, North Dakota and Moorhead, Minnesota area. The public reception and talk broke attendance records for the museum.
Review: "Stoked: Five Artists of Fire and Clay" at the Elmhurst Art Museum by Chris Miller (New City, December 6, 2010): Reviews the first stop of the "Stoked" national exhibition tour at the Elmhust Art Museum near Chicago, Illinois. The museum was originally a large modernist home designed by Mies van der Rohe.
Visual Arts Series Presents "Stoked: Five Artists of Fire and Clay" Exhibition (Saint John's University, September 3, 2010): Saint John's University Fine Arts Programming and the Saint John's Pottery announce the national exhibition tour "Stoked: Five Artists of Fire and Clay" at the Alice R. Rogers and Target Galleries.
Book Celebrates 30 Years of the Saint John's Pottery (Liturgical Press, August 31, 2010): The Liturgical Press and Saint John's University Press announce the publication of a new catalogue on Richard Bresnahan and the Saint John's Pottery authored by Dr. Matthew Welch, Deputy Director and Chief Curator at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts.
The Saint John's Pottery Celebrates 30 Years (Saint John's University News, June 17, 2009): Honors the 30th anniversary of the Saint John's Pottery since its inception in 1979 by Master Potter and Artist-in-Residence Richard Bresnahan at the invitation of Saint John's University President Fr. Michael Blecker, OSB.