Pearlware, Polish, and Privilege: Art by Paul Scott
LSU Museum of Art (LSU MOA) will showcase pearlware plates and platters crafted by Paul Scott amongst a selection of 19th century sterling silver pieces and art from LSU MOA’s permanent collection. The exhibition will explore a range of themes, including environmental impact, colonialism, gentrification, and race and class division. Join us for a Gallery Talk with Paul Scott at the LSU Museum of Art on Tuesday, November 15 at 6 PM. Free to attend. On view at the LSU Museum of Art from October 27, 2022–February 26, 2023.
This exhibition is a collaboration between the LSU College of Art + Design, the LSU School of Art, and the LSU Museum of Art. Paul Scott is the Paula G. Manship Endowed Lecture Series Visiting Artist.
[Paul Scott, Cumbrian Blue(s) New American Scenery, Angola 3, No. 2 (detail), 2019. In-glaze screen print (decal) on salvaged Syracuse China with pearlware glaze. Images courtesy of Ferrin Contemporary.]
Sunday, February 26
Shaw Center for the Arts, LSU Museum of Art, 5th floor
100 Lafayette St, Baton Rouge, LA 70801