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

M.F.A. New York State College of Ceramics. Alfred, New York
B.F.A. Tyler School of Art, Temple University. Elkins Park, PA

Selected Awards
2012 The Bernadaud Foundation and The Limoges Porcelain Manufacture in France. Invited to participate in an exhibition curated by Frederick Bodet of The Decorative Arts Museum, The Louvre. From June 14 to November 2012. Limoges France.
Archives of American Art. Smithsonian Institution. The Nanette Laitman Documentation Project.
Moderator: For a panel discussion titled; Philadelphia: A magnet for Clay. At The National Council on Education in The Ceramic Arts conference at The Philadelphia Convention Center.
Awards Juror for The McKnight Ceramic Artists Grants.
Professor Emeritus. Tyler School of Art, Temple University.
Member: The International Academy of Ceramics. Geneva, Switzerland.
Fellowship in Crafts. The Pennsylvania Council on the Arts.
Inducted into The American Crafts Council College of Fellows
Participated in the 1st. Yixing International Ceramic Art Conference. By invitation from The Peoples Republic of China and to do research on contemporary Chinese Porcelain.
The International Ceramic Studio. Resident. Kecskemet, Hungary.
Honorary Fellow. The National Council on Education in the Ceramic Arts.
Visual Artists Fellowship. The National Endowment for the Arts.

Selected Exhibitions
American Crafts ’76, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
America Crafts ’77, Philadelphia Museum of Art, PA
Dionyse International, Museum voor Sierkunst. Gent, Belgium
Centering on Contemporary Clay, Joan Mannheimer Collection, Museum of Art, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA
Soup, Soup, Beautiful Soup, Campbell Museum, Camden, NJ
Contemporary Crafts: An Expanding View, Monmouth Museum Of Art, Lincroft, NJ (traveled)
American Crafts at the Armory, Court of Honor, 7th. Regiment Armory, New York, N.Y.
Three in Clay-Three Points of View, National Museum of Ceramic Art, Baltimore, MD
From the Ground Up: Ten Philadelphia Artists, Moore College of Art and design, Philadelphia, PA
The National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts. Benefit auction and exhibition. Strong Museum, Rochester, N.Y.
National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts Honors and Fellows Exhibition, Modern Art Museum, Ft. Worth, TX
Yixing International Ceramic Art Invitational Exhibition, Museum of Art, Yixing, P.R. China
Domestic Spaces, Philadelphia Art Alliance, PA

Eight Great Dates. Hunter College, New York, N.Y.
Color and Fire: Defining Moments in Studio Ceramics, 1950-2000 Los Angeles County Museum of Art, CA
Who Knows Where or When, Wustum Museum of Fine Art,Racine, WI
Living in the Moment: A Celebration of Jewish Time, Hebrew Union College, New York, N.Y.
National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts; Juried Clay National exhibition. Winthrop University Galleries. Rock Hill, South Carolina
The Aileen Osborn Webb Award Exhibition: The American Crafts and The Contemporary Crafts Gallery. Portland, OR
The Poetics of Clay: An International Perspective. At the Philadelphia Art Alliance, The Museum of Art and Design.
Helsinki, Finland and The Houston Center for Contemporary Crafts. Texas in 2003.
Ceramics 1950-1990: A Survey of Contemporary American Ceramics. The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto, Japan. The Aichi Museum, The Ibarachi Prefecture Ceramic Museum, The Naragata Prefecture Museum of Art and the Setegauya Art Museum in Tokyo, Japan
21st. Century Ceramics. Canzani Center Gallery. Columbus College of Art and Design. Columbus OH.
Helen Drutt Philadelphia: Thirty Years. The Philadelphia International Airport.
In Our Own Backyard. Pennsylvania Council on The Arts Fellowship Traveling Exhibition. Lancaster Museum of Art (2003) Mainline Center for The Arts. Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Johnstown, The Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Altoona and Sharadin Art Gallery, Kutztown University
Standing Room Only. Invitational. The 60th Scripps Annual. Scripps College. Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery. Claremont, CA
CUP: The New Gallery, University of Miami Coral Gables, Florida
Tyler Ceramics Past and Present: Tyler Ceramic Alumni at The Ice Box Projects Space. Philadelphia, PA
PHILADELPHIA CERAMIC EDUCATORS: The Snyderman/Works Gallery. Philadelphia, PA
THE HOUSE. (solo exhibition). Hurong Lou Gallery, Philadelphia, PA.
Houses/ Wedges & Figures: The Schein –Joseph International Museum of Ceramic Art, N.Y. State College of Ceramics at Alfred University
World Clay. The International Academy of Ceramics Members Exhibition. Riga, Latvia
Robert Winokur: Cross/Mackenzie Gallery. Washington, D.C. (solo exhibition)
Hurong Lou Gallery at SOFA: New York. The 7th. Regiment Armory. New York.
Small Favors. The Clay Studio. Philadelphia, PA
ARCHICETURAL STRUCTURE The Society of Arts and Crafts. Boston, MA.
ROBERT & PAULA WINOKUR. McKenzie-Cross Gallery, Washington. D.C.
ARCHITECTURE AND CERAMICS. The Northern Clay Art Center Minneapolis, MN
THREE CRAMIC ARTISTS. Pace University. Pleasantville, N.Y.
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.
BRICKS AND 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
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.
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.
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.
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 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.

Related Professional Experience
On-site Program Chair, NCECA, Philadelphia
Visiting Artist/ Exchange Lecturer, Glasgow School of Art. Glasgow, Scotland
Artist in Residence, Arts/Industry Program. The Kohler Company, Kohler, WI
Director, Philadelphia Ceramic Speakers Consortium, on-site Program Chair of NCECA, Philadelphia
Professor of Ceramics, Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Elkins Park, 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.
The American Museum of Ceramic Art. Pomona, California
The Smithsonian Museum. The Renwick Collection. Washington, D.C.
The State Cultural Museum, Riga, Latvia
Schein-Joseph International Museum of Ceramic Art, Alfred, NY
Houston Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas
Nickle Arts Museum, The University of Calgary, Alberta, CANADA
Helen and Jack Bershad, U.S.A.
International Ceramic Studio, Kecskemet, Hungary
Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA
Sambao International Ceramic Art Work Village and the Ceramic Art Institute,
Jingdezen, P.R. China
Pennsylvania Convention Center: Art Collection. Philadelphia, PA
Jane and Leonard Korman Collection. U.S.A.
Marlin Miller Collection, U.S.A.
Alberta Potters Association, Calgary, Canada
Arizona State University, Nelson Fine Art Center
Helen Drutt: Philadelphia. Philadelphia. PA
International Academy of Ceramics, Geneva, Switzerland
Rudy Turk Collection, Tempe, AZ
John Michael Kohler Art Center, Sheboygan, WI
Museum Boymans-van Beuningen, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Museum of Art, Yixing, P.R. China
Philadelphia Museum of Art. PA
PNC Bank, Philadelphia, PA
Dorothy and George Saxe Collection U.S.A.
Peter Voulkos Collection. U.S.A.
Ron Isaacs Collection. U.S.A.
Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, Kansas.
G.Hawk, Washington D.C

Bibliography (selected list)
Masters of Craft: Philadelphia’s Craft Council Fellows. Published by Craft Now Philadelphia.
Masters of Craft: 224 Portraits by Paul J. Smith. Schiffer Publishing.
The Tao of Clay: Essay by Gerard Brown. Published by Dr. Ichi Hsu. Beijing, China.
The Best of 500 CERAMICS. Celebrating a decade in clay. Lark Books, Asheville, N.C.
Ceramic Bible by Louisa Taylor. Published by Rotovision/Chronicle. London, U.K.
Contemporary Ceramics by Emanuel Cooper. Published by Thames and Hudson.

500 Ceramic Sculptures. Edited by Glen R. Brown. Published by Lark Books.
Robert Winokur’s Houses by Roald Hoffman. New Ceramics Magazine, Stuttgart Germany. May/June