Robert Winokur Ceramics
Born December 24, 1933. Brooklyn, New York.

M.F.A., S.U.N.Y. College of Ceramics
Alfred University, Alfred, NY
B.F.A., Tyler School of Art of Temple University

Teaching Experience
Tyler School of Art, Temple University
Crafts Department Chairman, Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
Crafts Department Chairman, Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
Ceramics Area Coordinator
North Texas State University, Denton, TX. Ceramics, Design, Art History.

Business Experience
Owned and operated Cape Street Pottery in Ashfield, MA. Paula Winokur and I produced handmade, one-of-a-kind, utilitarian, functional stoneware pottery for a living.

Professional Organizations
Co-Chair, The Philadelphia Ceramic Consortium and executive officer of Clay in Philadelphia '92. Funded by a grant from the Pew Charitable Trusts. On-site program chair for The National Council on Education in the Ceramic Arts for their 26th national conference held at the Franklin Plaza Hotel, March 4 to 7. Theme: "Old Worlds/New Worlds."
The Clay Studio. Advisory board of a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion and encouragement of excellence in the ceramic arts, Philadelphia.
Philadelphia Ceramic Speakers Consortium, Chairman and Director
Program Chairman, annual national meeting N.C.E.C.A. in Philadelphia
Vice-President, N.C.E.C.A.
Chairman, Liaison Committee, N.C.E.C.A.
National Council on the Arts in Education, Board of Directors
Joined N.C.E.C.A.

Grants, Awards, and Honors
Juror. The American Crafts Council Baltimore Crafts Show.
Professor Emeritus. Tyler school of Art, Temple University.
Professor Emeritus. Tyler school of Art, Temple University.
Inducted into the International Academy of Ceramics. Geneva, Switzerland.
Study Leave:
Summer: I designed and had built a 360 square foot gallery space addition onto my home which is now referred to as Gallery 435.
Fall.. Continued research into Salt glazed Sculpture using the house as a symbol and metaphor for containers that are functional and/or sculptural.
Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Fellowship in Crafts
Inducted into The American Craft Council College of Fellows
Haystack Retreat: Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Deer Isle, ME, October 1999. Participant
Participant in Ceramic Traditions of Ancient and Modern Pueblo Potters from the American Southwest at Harvard/Radcliffe, Cambridge, MA, July 1999
1st. Fushan International Wood Firing Conference. Shiwan Guandong, P.R. China. May 20-25, 2000. Invitation Declined
Summer Research Fellowship, from Temple University to visit major ceramic sites Collections, and museums in China, and participate in the 1st Yixing International Ceramic Art Conference.
Named as Mentor to Hiro Tsishima by The Shapiro Foundation.
The Study of Porcelain in China. Funded by Temple University. Philadelphia. Declined.
Plates by Contemporary American Artists. Research Project by Jo Buffalo, Senior Research Fellow. National Museum of American Art. The Smithsonian Institution.
The National Endowment for the Arts, Visual Artists Fellowship, Archive at the National Museum of American Art. The Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.
East and West II, Symposium on Contemporary Ceramics. Invited to participate. Sponsored by the International Ceramic Studio, Kecskemet, Hungary. With a grant from the Tyler Incentive Fund/Mellon Foundation.
Fall: Study leave to do research on low temperature glazes and maiolica.
Juror. The 25th Annual Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts
Juror. The Pennsylvania Craft Show. Sponsored by the Philadelphia Museum of Art Women's Committee.
Pennsylvania Council on the Art: Fellowship in Crafts. Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT. Apprentice
Tyler Incentive Fund/Mellon Foundation Grant. $500 to photograph the ceramic collection at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London for the Tyler Slide Library.
Glasgow School of Art, Scotland. Visiting Artist/Exchange Lecturer.
Presented Rudy Staffel, Professor Emeritus of Tyler School of Art, with an honorary membership in N.C.E.C.A. at San Antonio, TX.
Tyler Incentive Fund/Mellon Foundation Grant. $500 to supplement Artist/Industry Residency at the Kohler Corporation, Kohler, WI, May 6 to June 28.
International Ceramic Symposium U.S.A. 1985 Selection Committee
Honorary Fellow of N.C.E.C.A.
Fall Study Leave. Research into the similarities between vessel forms and sculpture.
For the Philadelphia Ceramic Speaker Consortium, 1980-81 programs funded by: Temple University Research Incentive Fund, The Pennsylvania Council on the Arts and The National Endowment for the Arts. Who's Who in the East
National Endowment for the Arts, Visual Artists Fellowship
Who's Who in American Art
Grant from The Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. To curate "TheContainer Show" at Tyler School of Art, Temple University.
Grant-in-aid of Research, Temple University. Research into problems and techniques related to salt glazing.
Stipend of $2,500, Pennsylvania Council on the Arts.
Study Leave. "Salt Glaze and Kiln Construction," Spring, Tyler School of Art
New Jersey Council on the Arts and Montclair State College Summer Apprenticeship program. Awarded stipend and student apprentice.
Outstanding Educators of America Fourth Prize, Ceramic International's Ceramic Art of the World in Alberta, Canada

Tile Floor for the Helen Drutt Residence. Philadelphia, PA.
A fire place for Anne and Harry Wollman. Woodstock, VT.
Kitchen wall for D. and S. Miller Bucks County, PA
Westlake Wall for Trammell Crowe Corporation's 5 Westlakes Project. 180 pieces salt glazed tile on four panels, 7'4"X5'11"X4 1/8"
1st International Eucharistic Congress, Exhibition of Liturgical Arts; Holy Water Font commissioned by Bishop McDevitt for Temple University Newman Center, Philadelphia
Ceremonial Chalice, Christ Church, Philadelphia
Arts/Objects, U.S.A., Lee Nordness Galleries, New York
Prototype Group for mass packaging and distribution, Poster Prints, Norristown, PA
20 Large Planters requested by Ford and Earl, Architectural Designers, Detroit. For the First National Bank of Chicago project.
Baptismal Font, Zion Mennonite Church, Souderton, PA

Collections (selected list)
Dr. Robert and Deanna Harris Burger Ceramic Collection at The Flint Institute of The Arts. Flint, Michigan, U.S.A.
The Fuller Craft Museum. Brockton, MA.
The Hermitage State Museum. St. Petersburg, Russia
Le cite du Ceramics: Limoges and the Museum du Sevres at The Museum of Decorative Arts, The Louvre, Paris, France
The Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art. Kansas City, Kansas.
Fred Mc Brien. Irvine, Ca.
Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts, New Castle, Maine
Arrowmount School of Arts and Crafts. Gatlinburg, TN
The Schein-Joseph International Museum of Ceramic Art, Alfred, NY
The Houston Museum of Fine Arts. Houston, Texas
The Nickle Arts Museum. The University of Calgary. Alberta, Canada
Arthur Williams, Florida.
The International Ceramic Studio. Kecskemet, Hungary
The Contemporary Museum. Honolulu, Hawaii
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA
The Sambao International Ceramic Art Work Village and the
Ceramic Art Institute, Jingdezen, P.R. China
P.N.C. Bank, Philadelphia, PA
Helen and Jack Bershad, Philadelphia, PA
The Pennsylvania Convention Center; Art Collection, Philadelphia, PA
The Jane Korman Collection
The Marlon Miller Collection
The Nora Eccols Harrison Collection, The Museum of art, Logan, Utah
The 20th Anniversary Collection, Studio Potter, Goffstown, New Hampshire
The Rudy Turk Cup Collection, Arizona State University, Nelson Fine Art Center Tempe, Arizona Witte Museum, San Antonio, Texas
Mr. Yamanaka, Cultural Attache to the Japanese Embassy, Washington, DC
Springfield Civic Art Collection, Illinois
Mr. Kenneth Beitel, Penn State University
Mr. Ken Deavers, The American Hand, Washington, DC
Philadelphia Museum of Art, 20th Century Decorative Arts Collection
Alberta Potters Association, Calgary, Canada
International Academy of Ceramics, Switzerland
Ruth Raible, Assistant Director, Fairtree Galley, New York City
Zajac & Calahan, New York City
Fredrich Becker, Dusseldorf, Germany
Peter Voulkos, Berkeley, California
Paul J. Ingersoll, Philadelphia, PA J. Patrick Lennon Foundation, Los Angeles, CA
Carl & Hiroko Hansen, Denver, Colorado
Mrs. Charles Rosenbaum, Flossmore, Illinois
The Daniel Jacobs Collection, New York City
The Utah Museum of fine Arts, Salt Lake City
Mathus Collection, Arizona State University
Priscilla & Fran Merritt, Haystack, Deer Isle, Maine
Helen Drutt Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
Barbara Okun, New Mexico
Jack Lenor Larson, New York
Ruth Duckworth, Chicago, Illinois
Joan Mannheimer Collection, University of Iowa
Museum Boyman-Van Beuningen, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
The Earl Millard Collection, St. Louis and Belleville, Illinois
The Kohler Plumbing Fixture Company, Wisconsin
The John Michael Kohler Jr. Art Center, Sheboygan, Wisconsin
Sanford M. Besser, Little Rock, Arkansas
Diane & Igal Silber, California
Arrowmount School of Arts & Crafts, Gatlinburg, Tennessee
George Saks, Palo Alto, California

Solo Exhibitions (selected list)
The Schein-Joseph International Museum of Ceramic Art. S.U.N.Y. College of Ceramics,
Alfred, New York
Hurong Lou Gallery/ Helen Drutt, Philadelphia.
Benfield Gallery. Severna Park, Maryland.
Helen Drutt Gallery/SOFA New York
Dorothy McRae Gallery. Atlanta, GA
Survey Exhibition: The Philadelphia Years, 1966-92, Helen Drutt Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
The Elliot Smith Gallery. St. Louis, MO
Helen Drutt Gallery, Philadelphia
Helen Drutt Gallery, Philadelphia
The Elements, New York
Barbara Okun Gallery, St. Louis, Missouri
Helen Drutt Gallery
Nostalgia Etcetera Gallery, Baltimore, Maryland
Design Corner, Cleveland, Ohio
The American Hand Gallery, Washington, DC
Philadelphia Art Alliance, Philadelphia
Gallery 252 Centennial House, Deer Island, Maine

Exhibitions (selected list)
The 50th Anniversary of National Council on Education in The Ceramic Arts. Honors and Fellows Exhibition at The Leedy-Voulkos Art Center Kansas City, MO.
Edifice. At The Snyderman-Works Gallery. Philadelphia.
Fellowship In Clay Exhibition: Rudy Staffel, William Daley, Paula Winokur, Robert Winokur. The Clay Studio. Philadelphia, PA.
Structure and Form.The Gravers Lane Gallery. Chestnut Hill. Philadelphia, PA.
Watershed: Works on Paper. Cavin Morris Gallery. New York City.
Robert and Paula Winokur.The Abington Art Center. Jenkintown, PA.
Fifty Years of Works. The Snyderman-Works Galleries. Philadelphia, PA.
At The Center: Masters of American Craft. The Philadelphia Museum of Art. A retrospective of my work on view from 2015 to 2016 in the Contemporary American Arts Wing of the museum.
Small Favors IX. The Clay Studio, Philadelphia and the National Council on Education in the Ceramic Arts 49th national conference, Providence RI.
ErotiClay. The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, PA.
The 38th Annual Philadelphia Museum of Art Crafts Show. November 6 to 9.
Continuum of Innovation; Haystack Clay Selects. The Fuller Crafts Museum. M. Tarlow Gallery. Feb to August 2015. Brockton, Mass.
The International Academy of Ceramics. Member's Exhibition.
Dublin Ireland. September 8-12 at the National College of Art and Design.
Old Hands in Clay. NCECA: The 15TH Annual Meeting.
University of Wisconsin, Park Side Campus. Kenosha, Wisconsin.
My work, "Orvieto", becomes part of The permanent collection of The Hermitage State Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia. In celebration of the 250th Anniversary of the Hermitage Museum's founding in 1765.
Valeur Refuge. Limoges, France.
The Valeur Refuge Exhibition in Limoges travels to Le Musee du Sevres in Paris. For exhibition from November 11th to January 4th 2014.
One Person Show. Asparagus, Houses and Floating Constructions at The Rose Lehrman Art Gallery. Harrisburg Community College. Harrisburg, PA
New World: Timeless Visions.. In conjunction with The International Academy of Ceramics and The New Mexico Museum of Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico. September 17 -26.
Intelligent Design. Included in a new permanent installation at The James A. Michener Art Museum in Doylestown PA.
Creative Hand, Discerning Heart: Story, Symbol, Self. The Michener Art Museums Paton, Smith, Della Penna Galleries from September 8th to December 30th. 2012. Doylestown, PA.
Bricks & Mortar. Santa Fe Clay. Santa Fe N.M.
Three One Person Shows. Rosenfeld Gallery. March to April. Philadelphia, PA
"Dear Fleisher" The Fleisher Memorial. Philadelphia, PA
Small Favors IV. The Clay Studio. Philadelphia, PA
Come to The Table to The Table. The Baltimore Clayworks. Baltimore Maryland.
The Archie Bray Foundation. 60h. Anniversary benefit. From The Center to The Edge. Helena, Mt
Under Cover. The Clay Arts Center. Port Chester, N.Y.
A Dealers Eye. The Artists of The Helen Drutt Gallery. At The Clay Studio. Philadelphia PA.
Architecture & Ceramics. The Northern Clay Art Center Minneapolis, MN
Thtee Ceramic Artists. Pace University. Pleasantville, N.Y.
Architectural Structure. The Society of Arts and Crafts. Boston, MA.
Robert & Paula Winokur. McKenzie-Cross Gallery, Washington. D.C.
The J. Johnson Gallery. Jacksonville, Fl.
World Clay. The 42nd. International Academy of Ceramics General Meeting
The National Museum of Art, Riga, Latvia.
Cross/Mackenzie Gallery. Washington, D.C.
SOFA: New York. Hurong Lou Gallery. The 7th. Regiment Armory. New York, N.Y.
Small Favors. The Clay Studio. Philadelphia, PA
Anderson Ranch Art Center. Aspen Colorado.
Mastery in Clay, 2006. The Clay Studio. Philadelphia, PA
Dear Fleisher. (drawings) The Samuel S. Fleisher Art Memorial. Philadelphia, PA
The J. Johnson Gallery. Jacksonville, Fl.
World Clay. The 42nd. International Academy of Ceramics General Meeting
The National Museum of Art, Riga, Latvia.
Cross/Mackenzie Gallery. Washington, D.C..
SOFA: New York. Hurong Lou Gallery. The 7th. Regiment Armory. New York, N.Y.
Small Favors. The Clay Studio. Philadelphia, PA
Anderson Ranch Art Center. Aspen Colorado.
Mastery in Clay, 2006. The Clay Studio. Philadelphia, PA
Dear Fleisher. (drawings) The Samuel S. Fleisher Art Memorial. Philadelphia, PA
Tyler Ceramics Past and Present; Tyler Ceramic Alumni. At the Ice Box Projects Space. Philadelphia, PA
Particles and Passion: The Art of Clay. At the Academy Art Museum. Easton MD.
Philadelphia Ceramic Educators. At the Snyderman/Works Gallery. Philadelphia. PA
Contemporary Ceramic Objects for the Home and Garden. A fund raising event for Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts. At Winokur Pottery and Gallery 435 Horsham, PA
Standing Room Only. Invitational. The 60th. Scripps Ceramic annual. At the Scripps College Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery. Claremont CA
Cup. The New gallery. The University of Miami. Coral Gables, FL
New Hope Indoors Sculpture Exhibition. The Triumph Brewery. New Hope, PA
The Clay Studio’s 30th Anniversary benefit Auction and Exhibition. The Clay Studio. Philadelphia, PA
A Show of Hands. Moore College of Art and Design. Manna Benefit Auction and Exhibition.
21st. Century Ceramics. Canzani Center Gallery. Columbus College of Art and Design. Columbus, OH
Arrowmount School of Arts and Crafts Permanent Collection. At The University of South Carolina, Sumter, SC
Helen Drutt Philadelphia: Thirty Years. The Philadelphia International Airport. Concourse C and D.
Mastery in Clay. The Clay Studio. Philadelphia, PA
In Our Own Backyard. Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Fellowship Traveling Exhibition. Main Line Center for the Arts. Lancaster Museum of Art. Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Johnstown. Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Altoona. Sharadin Art Gallery, Kutztown University.
Ceramic Master Works; 1962-2002. Helen Drutt Gallery in cooperation with Gallery Modern. Philadelphia, PA.
Luminaries. Moore College of Art and Design; Levy Galleries. Philadelphia, PA
Bonsai inSites: Collaborations Between Tree and Container: The Baltimore Clay Works and the National Arboretum, Washington, DC. May-Oct.
The Aileen Osborn Webb Award Exhibition: The Contemporary Crafts Gallery, Portland, OR
The Poetics of Clay: An International Perspective. The Philadelphia Art Alliance. The Museum of Art and Design. Helsinki, Finland and in 2003 the Houseon Center for Contemporary Crafts, Texas
Ceramics 1950-1990: A Survey of Contemporary American Ceramics: The National Museum of Modern Art. Kyoto, Japan. The Aichi Ceramic Museum. The Ibarchi Prefecture Ceramic Museum. The Naragata Prefecture Museum of Art and the Setegauya Art Museum in Tokyo, Japan
Cultural Connections: Plattsbourgh State Art Museum. SUNY Plattsburgh. Sept-Oct.
Group Show: The Helen Drutt Gallery. Monmouth Museum of Art, NJ. Aug-Nov.
Group Show: The Helen Drutt Gallery. Philadelphia. Sept-Dec.
Snapshot: A Photography Show. The Beaver College Art Gallery. Glenside, PA. Feb-Mar.
Works on Paper. Watershed Center For the Ceramic Arts. Maine, and The John Elder Gallery. New York, March 12, 2001.
NCECA 2001 Juried Clay National Exhibition. Winthrop University Galleries. Rock Hill, S.C. February 15-April 1, 2001.
Spaces: Interior and Exterior. International Invitation. The Clay Studio. Philadelphia, May 2000.
Not So Hidden Treasures, Ceramics 1961-2000. Helen Drutt Gallery Philadelphia, October 28-December 23, 2000
Defining Moments in Contemporary Ceramics, The Los Angeles Country Museum Of Art to
travel June 2000
Who Knows Where or When. The Wustum museum of Fine Art, Racine, Wisconsin. June to August
Living In the Moment: The Celebration of Jewish Time. Hebrew Union College, New York. Cincinnati, Ohio. Los Angeles, CA and Jerusalem, Israel. September 2000-June 2001
“Eight Great Dates” at Hunter College, New York, NY, sponsored by Watershed Center for the Ceramics Arts. January
A Show of Hands: MANNA. Moore College of Art. Philadelphia
“In Pairs,” Wallingford Community Arts Center, November 1999
The Art of Pouring. The Clay Studio. Invited. Philadelphia, November 1999
The Tile Show. The Helen Drutt Gallery. In conjunction with the Philadelphia Art Alliance and the National Tile Conference
Domestic Spaces. The Philadelphia Art Alliance 4th Annual Juried Exhibition March 27-29. Juried by Charlotta Kotick, curator of Contemporary Art At the Brooklyn Museum, NY
25th Anniversary Celebration Show 1974-1999, Helen Drutt Gallery, Philadelphia
National Council on Education in the Ceramics Arts, Honors and Fellows Exhibition The Modern Art Museum, Fort Worth, Texas
Contemporary Tiles: 1998, Helen Drutt Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
The Tile Heritage Foundation Conference.
Chinese and Foreign Ceramics: Artists Works International an Exhibition at the 1st International Ceramic Art Symposium. Jengdegen, P.R. China.
Helen Drutt Gallery, Philadelphia, at S.O.F.A. (Sculpture, Objects, and Functional Art) at the 7th Regional Armory New York City
National Council on Education in The Ceramic Arts Endowment Auction. Sotheby’s; New York City.
A Reverie in Clay,@ Rose Lehrman Art Center Gallery, Harrisburg, PA.
NCECA 1998 Honors and Fellows Exhibition. The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Texas
Clay/Wood/Fire/Salt. The Contemporary Artifacts Gallery. Berea, Kentucky.
Salt & Pepper; Shake and Grind. Invitational and Traveling Exhibition; The
Clay Studio, Philadelphia and The University of Las Vegas, Nevada.
Rendezvous: Museum of Nebraska Art, Kearny, Nebraska, Invitational group show
Annual Benefit/Centerpiece Project. Institute of Contemporary Arts, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Invitational Endowment Benefit Auction and Exhibition. The National Council on Education in Ceramics Arts. The Strong Museum Rochester, NY
"Elements" An outdoor invitational sculpture exhibition at Nazareth College, Rochester, NY
Tyler School of Art Faculty Exhibition at the Glasgow School of Art, Scotland, U.K. Works on Paper
Four Score at The Philadelphia Art Alliance. The eightieth anniversary invitational exhibition. Philadelphia, PA
The Third Annual Teapot Show. The Gallery at The Craft Alliance, St. Louis, MO
The Twentieth Anniversary Celebration Exhibition. The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, PA
Soup Tureens '93. invitational exhibition. Helen Drutt Gallery. Philadelphia, PA
East, West and South. International Ceramic Symposium Exhibition. Tolgyfa Gallery, Budapest, Hungary
Three in Clay - Three Points of View: John Holcomb, Paula Winokur, Robert Winokur. The National Museum of Ceramic Art, Baltimore, MD
From the Ground Up : Ten Philadelphia Artists. An invitational Exhibition. Levy Gallery, Moore College of Art and Design, Philadelphia, PA
Chthonic Realms: Philadelphia Collects Clay, Helen Drutt Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
Ceramic Alumni of the Tyler School of Art, Temple University Gallery. A juried group show
Furniture Philadelphia, The Morris Gallery, The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA
Minor Works by Major Artists: Southern Mountain High School Gallery. In Conjunction with the 25th Anniversary meeting of N.C.E.C.A., Tempe, AZ
N.C.E.C.A. Juried Members Show, The Taft Museum, Cincinnati, OH
Review/Preview. The Elliot Smith Gallery, St.Louis, MO.
15th Anniversary Exhibition, The Helen Drutt Gallery, Philadelphia and New York City
From the Wall, University of Scranton, University Art Gallery, Scranton, PA
Contemporary Crafts and Sculpture, Marywood College, Scranton, PA
Big Containment: Large Scale Ceramic Vessels by Contemporary American Ceramists, Northern Illinois University Galleries, Dekalb, IL
The Alternative Studio. Three decades of selected work from the collection of Helen Williams Drutt English at the Tyler School of Art, Elkins Park, PA
The Southern Highland Craft Guild Exhibition of the Arrowmont Permanent Collection, The Polk Art Center, Ashville, NC
Masters Exhibition, Palo alto cultural Center, Palo Alto, CA
American Crafts at the Armory, Court of Honor, The 7th Regiment Armory, New York City
Clay in the East III, Faculty Invitational, Decker Gallery, Maryland Institute of Art, Baltimore, MD
Contemporary Arts: an expanded view, The Monmouth Museum, Lincroft, NJ
Squibb International Headquarters, Princeton, NJ
The Clay Cup, Invitational, The Student Center Craftshop, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL
Ceramic Invitational, The Lawrence Gallery, Portland, OR
Ceramic Symposium Prologue, International Ceramic Symposium U.S.A., Appalachian Center for the Crafts, Smithville, TN
Clay Every Day Plus Sunday, The John Michael Kohler Art Center, Sheboygan, WI
Concepts in Clay, in conjunction with the 4th International Ceramics Symposiumof the Institute of Ceramic History. The Koffler Gallery, York, Ontario
The Presence of Clay, concurrent with the 4th International Ceramics Symposium, Jane Corkin Gallery, Toronto, Canada
"Tea Bowl," National Invitational, The Museum of the Craft Alliance, St. Louis, MO
Artist Call Against U.S. Intervention in Central America Exhibition, The American Friends Service Committee, Marion Locks East, Philadelphia, in conjunction with the Marion Locks West,
Philadelphia, PA
Contemporary American Ceramic Art, Columbia Visual Arts College at Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD
National Clay Invitation, Elaine Potter Gallery, San Francisco, CA
National Ceramic Invitational Exhibition, School of Art Gallery, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH
Focus on Clay, Soho Gallery, Austin, TX
American Ceramics Two Person Show, Elliot Smith Gallery, St. Louis, MO
Florence Wilcox Gallery, Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PA
The Creative Spirit, A Celebration of Contemporary American Crafts, Maier
Museum of Art, Randolph Macon Women's College, Lynchburg, VA
College of Wooster Art Museum, Wooster, OH.: Trout Art Gallery, Dickinson College, Carlisle, PA and the Craft Center Gallery, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC
Functional Ceramics; Retrospective 1974-83, American Clay Artists, Philadelphia 1983, Helen Drutt, Marion Locks East, Rosenfeld Galleries and The Clay Studio, June-July, Philadelphia, PA
Sun Valley Center for the Arts and Humanities, Sun Valley, ID
Soup, Soup, Beautiful Soup, The Campbell Museum, Camden, NJ. Travelling 1984; Erie Art Museum, Historic Bethlehem, Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Muskegon Museum of Art, Morris Museum of Arts and Sciences, University Museum, State College, PA, Toronto and Ontario, Canada
Group Ceramic Exhibition, Moravian College, Bethlehem, PA
Clay/Glass, The Art Museum and Galleries, California State University, Long Beach,
Contemporary Artifacts, Museum of Modern Jewish History, Philadelphia, PA
Tea for Two: Exhibition of Tea Vessels, Jackie Chalkley Gallery, Washington, DC
Contemporary Clay: National Clay, University of Hartford, Hartford School of Art, Joseloff Gallery, Hartford, CT
6th Ceramic Invitational, Sykes Gallery, Millersville State College, Millersville, PA
Teapots/U.S.A. Elijah P. Lovejoy Library, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, IL
Dionyse International, Museum Voor Sierkunst, Gent, Belgium
Centering on Contemporary Clay, American Ceramics from the Joan Mannheimer Collection,The University of Iowa Museum of Art, Iowa City, IA
Robert and Paula Winokur, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA
Philadelphia Clay 1980, Tyler School of Art, Elkins Park, PA
Opening Exhibition, Greenwood Gallery, Washington, DC
Contemporary Ceramics, a response to Wedgwood, Philadelphia Civic Center Museum,
Philadelphia, PA and travel.
First National Ceramics Invitational, Millersville State College, Millersville, PA
Robert and Paula Winokur, Jackie Chalkley Gallery, Washington, DC
National Invitational Exhibition of Clay Objects, Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, AR
Functional Ceramics 1979, Art Center Museum, The College of Wooster, Wooster, OH
Invitational Ceramic Exhibition, Contemporary Crafts Association, Portland, OR
Paula and Robert Winokur, University of Akron, Akron, OH
Function-non-Function, Towson State University Art Gallery, Towson, MD
A Teapot Show, The Elements Gallery, New York City
The Thirteen Collection, Exhibition and Auction, Sotheby, Parke-Bernet and Channel Thirteen,
New York City
Sun Valley Center for the Arts and Humanities, Sun Valley, ID
The Gallery of Contemporary Crafts, Detroit, MI
100 Teapots, Theil College, Greensville, PA
Tenth Annual Whitewater Invitational, University of Wisconsin, Whitewater, WI
Wood and Clay, U.S.A., State University of New York at Brockport, NY
Distinguished Potters Invitational II, Creative Arts Workshop, New Haven, CT
This is American Craftsmanship: Exhibition II, Following Sea, Honolulu, Hawaii
Master Work Exhibition Hub Gallery, Penn State University, PA
American Crafts '77, Philadelphia Museum of art, Philadelphia, PA
Pratt Invitational Ceramic Show, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York City
Contemporary Crafts '77, Marion Locks Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
The Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO: Winokur/Clay, Castle/Wood, Smith/Fibers
Soup Tureens, The Campbell Museum, Camden, NJ
Philadelphia: Three Centuries of American Art, Bicentennial Exhibition, The Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA
"Thoughts and Teapots," Montana State University
Distinguished Contemporary Potters, Creative Arts Workshop, New Haven, CT
American Crafts '76, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
Crafts '76, A continuing Heritage, Brookfield Craft Center, Brookfield, CT
Form '74, Northern Illinois University and Lakeview Center for the Arts, Peoria, IL
Pottery Exhibition, Yaw Gallery, Birmingham, MI
41st International Eucharistic Congress, Exhibition of Liturgical Art,
Philadelphia Civic Center, Philadelphia, PA
Crafts West, Utah State University, Logan, UT
Fifty American Artists, N.C.E.C.A. conference, Louisiana State University
Contemporary Ceramics, William Penn Museum, Harrisburg, PA
Tenth Annual Corning Crafts Show, Corning, NY
Marietta College Crafts Exhibition, Marietta, OH
Ceramics International '73, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Lee Nordness Gallery, New York, Crafts Show for Bangladesh Relief
Supermud, Penn State University, PA
Ninth Annual Corning Crafts Show, New York
Northeast Regional Crafts, American Crafts Council at the ACC Gallery, New York
Tyler/Directions '71, Civic Center Museum, Philadelphia, PA
Second Contemporary Crafts Show, Skidmore College, Saratoga, NY
Second National Crafts Show, St. Cloud State College, St. Cloud, MN
Hunterdon Art Center, Hunterdon, NJ
Peace Exhibition, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA
Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
25th Ceramic National, Everson Museum, Syracuse, NY
Philadelphia Council of Professional Craftsmen: Philadelphia Art Alliance,
P.C.P.C. Group Show; AIA group Exhibition, P.C.P.C., 1968; Philadelphia, PA
Philadelphia College of Art, P.C.P.C., 1969, Philadelphia, PA
"Making It," Franklin Institute, P.C.P.C., 1970; Philadelphia, PA
Philadelphia Civic Center Museum, 1971, Philadelphia, PA
Delaware Museum, Wilmington, DE
Newark Museum, Newark, NJ
Kentucky Guild Train, Berea College, Berea, KY
19th Annual Scripps College Ceramics Exhibition, Scripps, CA
Purdue University, Lafayette, IN
24th Ceramic National, Everson Museum, Syracuse, NY
Craftsmen U.S.A., Museum of Contemporary Crafts, New York, (Merit Award)
23rd Ceramic National, Everson Museum, Syracuse, NY
Young Americans, Museum of Contemporary Crafts, New York City
Craftsmen from the Central States/22nd Ceramic National, Everson Museum, Syracuse, NY
Texas Designer/Craftsmen, Dallas Museum, Dallas, TX

Lectures & Residencies (selected list)
Pace University, Pleasantville, N.Y.
The Northern Clay Art Center. Minneapolis, MN
The Donkey Mill Art Center. Kona, Hawaii
The Gardner Museum. Toronto, Canada
S.U.N.Y. College of Ceramics. Alfred, New York
Anderson Ranch Art Center. Aspen, Colorado
Cross/Mackenzie Gallery. Washington, D.C.
Hui No’eau Art Center. Maui, Hawaii
The Donkey Mill Art Center/Holualoa Foundation for the Arts and Culture. Holualoa, Hawaii
Mainline center for the Arts. Haverford, PA
The University of Pennsylvania. Logan Hall
Rowan University. Glassboro, NJ
University of South Carolina at Columbia, McMaster College, Department of Art.
S.U.N.Y. at Plattsburg, New York
The International Ceramic Studio, Kecskemet, Hungary
Syracuse University, College of Visual and Performing Arts, Department of Studio Arts, Syracuse, NY
American Crafts Discovered. One of a series of five lectures at the Lower Merion High School, Lower Merion, PA
Palo Alto Cultural Center, Palo Alto, CA
The Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow, Scotland
The Vessel Aesthetics, State University College at New Paltz, NY
Beaver College, Glenside, PA
Southwest Craft Center, San Antonio, TX
Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua, NY
Erie Art Museum, Erie, PA
Sun Valley Center for the Arts and Humanities, Sun Valley, ID
Appalachian Center for the Crafts, Smithville, TN
Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA
Philadelphia College of Art, Philadelphia, PA
Montgomery County Community College, Blue Bell, PA
University of Southern California, Long Beach, CA
Montclair State College, Upper Montclair, NJ
N.C.E.C.A. Annual Conference, Wichita, KS. Moderator: Panel discussion on Contemporary Attitudes towards Salt Glazing
University of Missouri, Summer Visiting Artists Program, Columbia, MO Peters Valley, Layton, NJ
Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD
Haystack School of Crafts, Deer Isle, ME
Oklahoma Art Center, Oklahoma City, OK
The University of Akron, Akron, OH
Emporia State University, Emporia, KS
Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO
University of Wisconsin, Whitewater, WI
Michigan Potters Association at Oakland Community College, Detroit, MI
Sun Valley Center for the Arts and Humanities, Sun Valley, ID
The Archie Bray Foundation, Helena, MT. Made possible by a grant from N.E.A.
The Philadelphia Craft Group, Philadelphia Civic Center Museum, Philadelphia, PA
"Art Renaissance: Reach into the Future," 11th Annual Super Mud Conference, Penn State University, PA
University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, WA
Ceramics Seminar '76, Division of Continuing Education, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Crafts Symposium, North Texas State University, Denton, TX. Lecture and Demonstration
Wesleyan Potters Association, Middletown, CT
Craft Students League of New York, Marymount College, Tarrytown, NY
Moderator: Porcelain and Whiteware Panel, N.C.E.C.A. Annual Meeting, Flagstaff, AZ
Oakland Community College, MI
Trenton State College, NJ
Peters Valley Craftsmen, Layton, NJ
Goddard College, Plainfield, VT
Massachusetts Association of Craftsmen, Boston University School of Artisanry, Boston, MA
Moore College of Art, Philadelphia
University of Delaware, Newark, DE
School for American Craftsmen, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY
Haystack School of Crafts, Deer Isle, ME
Bethesda Ceramic Guild, Bethesda, MD
Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY. Workshops and Lecture Summer Six
College of Ceramics, S.U.N.Y., Alfred, NY
Philadelphia College of Art
Wallingford Potters Guild, Wallingford, PA
Rhode Island School of Design, RI
Haystack School of Crafts, Deer Isle, ME

Authored Reviews & Articles
Gallery Guide. Pliladelphia/Mid-Atlantic issue. September. Review of Marilyn Simon’s Exhibition at Artforms Gallery, Manayounk, PA
The National Council on the Arts Journal, Vol. 7, No.1, pp.6-7 Presentation of honorary membership to Rudy Staffel, August
"The Light of Rudolph Staffel," Craft Horizons, cover photo and pp. 24-29, April
Edited and published the National Council on Education in the Ceramic Arts Speakers Guide
"Four in Clay: Robert Turner, Paulus Berenson, John Glick, Suzanne Stephenson at the Community Art Center," Wallingford, PA, Craft Horizons
China: Invited to participate in a month long residency in Fuping. Declined
Iceland. To photograph houses.
Riga, Latvia via Stuttgart, Germany: In southern Germany; Hohr-Grenzhausen, and The Keramikmuseum, Westerwald tovisit sites and collections related to the production of salt glazed ceramics. Then to Riga, Latvia for the 42nd. General Meeting of The International Academy of ceramics.
Hawaii. October 27 to November 11th. While delivering a series of lectures and talks about my work I used this opportunity to examine the terrain and geological formations of volcanic calderas. My interest being certain similarities between that exists between volcanic eruptions and salt glaze firings.
Peoples Republic of China, May 21, to June 15. Invited by the Chinese Government to attend the 1st Yixing International Ceramics conference at Yixing.
The opening of the San Bao/Jingdenzhen Ceramics Art Institutes of their summer program. Visited important ceramic sites, collections, and museums in Shanghai, Yixing, Jingdezhen, Wohan, Xian and Bejing, with numerous side trips.
Alaska: June, Anchorage: South to Homer and Seward. North to Danali National Park, to examine terrain and geologic formations.
Eastern Europe, Vienna, Austria; Budapest, Hungary; Kecskemet and Pecs Hungary. To participate in international ceramics symposium
Italy, Central and Northern. Three weeks. Rome, Orvieto, Todi, Derruta, Perugia, Assisi, Gubio, Ravenna, Faenza, Florence, Milan. To research Italian contemporary ceramic glazes. Made possible by a grant-in-aid of research funded by Temple University.
Southwestern United States. Arizona, Colorado and New Mexico. Visited ancient Native American pueblo sites, Pueblo Bonito, Mesa Verde, Canyon De Chelly and Taos to enrich my own work and my knowledge of American Indian pottery.
Art Workshop in Scotland. Conducted a tour of students through Britain and Scotland in conjunction with the Glasgow School of Art during the month of June.
Art Workshop in Scotland.
California. Drove up the coastal highway to examine and photograph terrain and geologic formations.
Utah and Montana. Drove through the Western United States to examine terrain and geologic formations.
London, England. To photograph work in the Ceramic Collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum.
Mexico: Monterey and Santilio. Mexican ceramics.

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