REMAINING CONCERT DATES
UPCOMING Cambridge Arts Council Sponsored Events
ARTS EVENTS & EXHIBITS SPONSORED BY CAMBRIDGE BUSINESSES & ORGANIZATIONS
CAMBRIDGE & POTTERY EXHIBIT FEATURING PRIVATE COLLECTION OF JIM ROWE
Public reception Saturday, July 15 – Meet Jim Rowe
The 1906 Cambridge Historic School Museum is featuring an exhibit this summer that tells the origin story of the pottery culture in Cambridge, Wisconsin. It introduces visitors to Jim Rowe, his 1974 entrepreneurial business launch, the restoration of his historic shop on Main street, and the salt-glazed pottery technique he revived. The exhibit features antique pieces from Rowe’s private collection along with his reproductions.
The pottery installation will run for two summers. Next summer the exhibit will expand to include other potters who came to Cambridge, their personal work, and how the culture has become a defining feature of the community.
The 1906 Cambridge Historic School Museum is opening for the summer on Saturdays from 10am- 3pm and Wednesdays from 12pm-3pm beginning July 12. The museum is located at 213 South Street in Cambridge.