Transferware Worldwide Lecture Series

Transferware World Wide Lecture Series

The Transferware Collectors Club (TCC) is pleased to sponsor the Transferware Worldwide Lecture Series.                               

In a program of online lectures offered four times per year, experts in the field of ceramics will present scholarly talks on transferware topics to include, history, process, makers, patterns, marketing and distribution, as well as special collections. The lectures, designed to have broad appeal to ceramic enthusiasts worldwide, will be conveniently accessible online via the Zoom format. Each session will last one hour in duration and will include time for a lecture followed by Q & A. 

Upcoming Events January, April, July 2023:

  • January 19th: Poetically Posh: Richard Briggs’s Longfellow Jug and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow in the American Home
    Speaker: Elizabeth Palms, Robert and Elizabeth Owens Curatorial Fellow, Winterthur Museum Garden and Library 
     
  • April 20th: 19th Century English and Low Country Vessels Created by Makers Josiah Wedgwood, Enoch Wood, and Enslaved David Drake
    Speaker: Scott Alves Barton, Faculty Fellow in Race and Resilience at Notre Dame
     
  • July 20th: The British Buzz: The Relevance of Beekeeping to 19th century British Ceramic Design
    Speaker: Leslie Lambour Bouterie, Independent Scholar, Visiting Curator of Ceramics at James Madison’s Montpelier and Visiting Scholar for the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
     
  • Date TBD: Annual Meeting video
     

Our lectures are always scheduled for 1 PM Eastern US time (New York). To determine the correct time in your zone, we recommend that you use this convenient website: timeanddate.com.

Please save these dates and plan to join fellow ceramic enthusiasts for this informative lecture series. Specific details regarding access to each Zoom lecture will be provided via email prior to each presentation date.

View recordings of past lectures.