"The Men Won't Tell Us Anything." Women of Georgia Folk Pottery (Born 1890 - 1940s)
“The Men Won’t Tell Us Anything”: Women of Georgia Folk Pottery (Born 1890 – 1940s) is a look at how women in Folk Pottery moved from decorating pieces of pottery to throwing their own jugs, chickens and churns.
The featured exhibit, which opened in January 2021 and runs until July 2021, highlights the work of Arie Meaders, Grace Nell Hewell, Lin Craven and Marie Rogers.
This installation is part of a series that will focus on the evolution of women in folk pottery and tell their stories about family, life and folk pottery.
An interview with pottery advocate Jeanie Daves of Clarkesville is available on the Folk Pottery Museum website, www.folkpotterymuseum.com. In the interview, Jeanie shares her experiences with Folk Potters and pottery with museum director Anna Calliham. (https://youtu.be/oa05H59dz7A)
The Folk Pottery Museum of Northeast Georgia is located at 283 Georgia Highway 255 North, Sautee Nacoochee, GA 30571, ¼ mile north of the intersection of Georgia Highway 17, and four miles northeast of Alpine Helen. It is open Monday-Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sunday 1-5 p.m. Admission is $5 adults, $4 seniors, $3 students, $2 children. Admission to the museum is free to teachers and military personnel with ID, and to White County residents and Sautee Nacoochee Community Association members. For more information visit www.folkpotterymuseum.com or call 706-878-3300.
The Folk Pottery Museum of Northeast Georgia is a property of the Sautee Nacoochee Community Association, a non-profit 501(c)3 organization. Events at the Folk Pottery Museum of Northeast Georgia are supported, in part, by the Swanson Family Foundation. To learn more, visit www.snca.org.
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