Tuttle Talks

Each semester Mudflat hosts "Tuttle Talks" on Friday evenings, featuring artist presentations, films and mini-workshops.

6:00-7:00 pm: Potluck dinner (bring food or drink to share)

7:00-8:00 pm: Presentation

Tuttle Talks are free and open to the public.

 

Friday September 21: Artist-in-Residence James Lee Webb                       

Join us in welcoming James to Mudflat as our 2018-19 artist-in-residence. James will show images of his recent work and talk about his plans for his residency.

 

Friday November 2: Tilla Rodemann

From Alchemy to the White Gold: The Story of Early European Porcelain, Illustrated

In 1703, Johann Friedrich Böttger succeeded in creating the first European porcelain. This is a story, based on the non-fiction book, The Arcanum, by Janet Gleeson, of creative genius, royal greed, inventiveness, espionage, luxury and excess. Tilla will share this story and provide insights about Meissen and Dresden and her travels in Germany.