Slide presentation by Cedar Grove potter Mimi Logothetis! Mimi works strictly in porcelain. She says, “I’m drawn to the material because of its starkness, purity, strength and translucence, all depending on its manipulation.” She decorates the wet clay with a proprietary printing process. Her handbuilt work is constructed to show process: seams, glue, rivets, connections. The paper thin translucent work is lit from within to speak about truth coming through to the surface with acknowledgement. Mimi’s work is shown nationally in select group and solo exhibitions and is in many private collections. A potluck at 6 pm will begin the evening, followed by Mimi’s presentation at 7 pm. Come out for a great night of food and community! For more information about Mimi and her work, visit mimilogothetis.com. Mimi is a participating artist in the Pottery Center’s first-ever national juried exhibition, Art of Clay on view at the Pottery Center from February 28 through June 15.