Regina Clay: Worlds in the Making
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Regina Clay: Worlds In the Making video

The video shows users the opening exhibit with different views of the show.

Run Time: 0:34 | Size: 2.59 MB

From the ceramic murals of Jack Sures to Marilyn Levine’s leather boots and bags and from David Gilhooly's frog mythologies to Joe Fafard's small-town prairie portraits and Victor Cicansky's outhouse temples, Regina Clay: Worlds in the Making presents over 130 works by fourteen artists, and examines how—in the late 1960s—clay came into its own as a sculptural medium in Regina and garnered international attention.

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