American Craft

Passing the Baton

AM WALLER, A CLAY ARTIST studying in Japan, was one of the first people to contact the Color Network about mentorship opportunities. He is currently working toward becoming not only the first American but the first Black American MFA candidate in ceramics at Tokyo University of the Arts. When Waller discovered the Color Network – an online platform that aims to build a strong and supportive community for ceramic artists of color – he was excited. “I am feeling, more than ever, the need to connect with others

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