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Plant Seven

Plant Seven - 410 W. English Rd.

Shuttle Stop: 27 (Red Line)

Neighborhood: North Elm

Plant Seven is a 100,000 sf center for design, culture and innovation in High Point. Designed to revitalize the city’s downtown, Plant Seven (formerly known as the Union Square building) was established to honor its legacy of furniture making and energize its creative spirit.

Plant Seven provides year-round resources and a platform for emerging designers, makers and entrepreneurs to work, collaborate and exhibit.

5pm - 8pm, April 5

Plant Seven Opening Night Celebrating Spring Exhibitions

Social

Plant Seven, Plant Seven, US

Neighborhood: North Elm

Shuttle Stop: 27 (Red Line)

TWO EXHIBITIONS Terra Incognita explores how today’s ceramicists are advancing the art and craft of pottery through experimental approaches to materiality, form, and surface. The exhibition showcases functional and abstract works from artists pushing the boundaries of surface ornamentation, glaze, clay body, and construction. Beyond the Mask: Storytelling in Black Art + Design, the first High Point exhibition from the Black Artists + Designers Guild, aims to dispel historic stereotypes that have undervalued Blackness in art and design. Sixteen artists and designers from around the world will present diverse works from furniture and textiles to ceramics and wall art.


8am - 7:30pm, April 6

Beyond The Mask: Storytelling in​ Black​ Art ​+​ Design

Educational

Plant Seven, Plant Seven, US

Neighborhood: North Elm

Shuttle Stop: 27 (Red Line)

From the consciousness of the Black Artists + Designers Guild, an assemblage established in 2018 to raise the visibility of diverse design practitioners, "Beyond the Mask" seeks to overturn the myths, stereotypes, and romance language historically used to undervalue BLACK-ness in art and design. Spanning disciplines from textiles to ceramics, this exhibition traces the impact of Black aesthetics and identity on the world of design, exploring the enduring influences of Black pre-colonial African empires to the rebellion that birthed the Diaspora. This exhibit is supported by High Point 365, Plant Seven, and media sponsor ASPIRE DESIGN AND HOME Magazine.


8am - 7:30pm, April 6

Terra Incognita: 21st-Century Ceramics

Educational

Plant Seven, Plant Seven, US

Neighborhood: North Elm

Shuttle Stop: 27 (Red Line)

Terra Incognita explores how today’s ceramicists are advancing the art and craft of pottery through experimental approaches to materiality, form, and surface. Comprising ceramics from across the United States, the exhibition will showcase works both functional and abstract that are pushing the boundaries of surface ornamentation, glaze, clay body, and construction.


8am - 7:30pm, April 7

Beyond The Mask: Storytelling in​ Black​ Art ​+​ Design

Educational

Plant Seven, Plant Seven, US

Neighborhood: North Elm

Shuttle Stop: 27 (Red Line)

From the consciousness of the Black Artists + Designers Guild, an assemblage established in 2018 to raise the visibility of diverse design practitioners, "Beyond the Mask" seeks to overturn the myths, stereotypes, and romance language historically used to undervalue BLACK-ness in art and design. Spanning disciplines from textiles to ceramics, this exhibition traces the impact of Black aesthetics and identity on the world of design, exploring the enduring influences of Black pre-colonial African empires to the rebellion that birthed the Diaspora. This exhibit is supported by High Point 365, Plant Seven, and media sponsor ASPIRE DESIGN AND HOME Magazine.


8am - 7:30pm, April 7

Terra Incognita: 21st-Century Ceramics

Educational

Plant Seven, Plant Seven, US

Neighborhood: North Elm

Shuttle Stop: 27 (Red Line)

Terra Incognita explores how today’s ceramicists are advancing the art and craft of pottery through experimental approaches to materiality, form, and surface. Comprising ceramics from across the United States, the exhibition will showcase works both functional and abstract that are pushing the boundaries of surface ornamentation, glaze, clay body, and construction.


3pm - 4pm, April 7

Design Between the Lines (LIVE!) “Old School vs New School”

Educational

Loft at Plant Seven - 410 W English Rd, High Point, NC 27262

Neighborhood: North Elm

Shuttle Stop: 27 (Red Line)

International Society of Furniture Designers (ISFD) joins forces with Women in the Home Industries Today (WithIt) for a lively panel discussion where both young and veteran furniture designers discuss process, trends and other topics as we navigate 2019 and beyond. Moderated by John Conrad, host of the popular design podcast of the same name, the all-star panel of product design specialists features Catina Roscoe, president of ISFD and founder of Catina Unlimited Design, Aimee Kurzner, director of furniture, Currey & Company, Liz Moore, furniture designer with Otto and Moore and 2018 Pinnacle Award winning furniture designer at Caracole, Christopher Sandomenico. Light refreshments will be served. Pre-event networking is sponsored by WithIt


Speakers: John Conrad, Catina Roscoe, Aimee Kurzner, Liz Moore, Christopher Sandomenico

8am - 7:30pm, April 8

Beyond The Mask: Storytelling in​ Black​ Art ​+​ Design

Educational

Plant Seven, Plant Seven, US

Neighborhood: North Elm

Shuttle Stop: 27 (Red Line)

From the consciousness of the Black Artists + Designers Guild, an assemblage established in 2018 to raise the visibility of diverse design practitioners, "Beyond the Mask" seeks to overturn the myths, stereotypes, and romance language historically used to undervalue BLACK-ness in art and design. Spanning disciplines from textiles to ceramics, this exhibition traces the impact of Black aesthetics and identity on the world of design, exploring the enduring influences of Black pre-colonial African empires to the rebellion that birthed the Diaspora. This exhibit is supported by High Point 365, Plant Seven, and media sponsor ASPIRE DESIGN AND HOME Magazine.


8am - 7:30pm, April 8

Terra Incognita: 21st-Century Ceramics

Educational

Plant Seven, Plant Seven, US

Neighborhood: North Elm

Shuttle Stop: 27 (Red Line)

Terra Incognita explores how today’s ceramicists are advancing the art and craft of pottery through experimental approaches to materiality, form, and surface. Comprising ceramics from across the United States, the exhibition will showcase works both functional and abstract that are pushing the boundaries of surface ornamentation, glaze, clay body, and construction.


8am - 7:30pm, April 9

Beyond The Mask: Storytelling in​ Black​ Art ​+​ Design

Educational

Plant Seven, Plant Seven, US

Neighborhood: North Elm

Shuttle Stop: 27 (Red Line)

From the consciousness of the Black Artists + Designers Guild, an assemblage established in 2018 to raise the visibility of diverse design practitioners, "Beyond the Mask" seeks to overturn the myths, stereotypes, and romance language historically used to undervalue BLACK-ness in art and design. Spanning disciplines from textiles to ceramics, this exhibition traces the impact of Black aesthetics and identity on the world of design, exploring the enduring influences of Black pre-colonial African empires to the rebellion that birthed the Diaspora. This exhibit is supported by High Point 365, Plant Seven, and media sponsor ASPIRE DESIGN AND HOME Magazine.


8am - 7:30pm, April 9

Terra Incognita: 21st-Century Ceramics

Educational

Plant Seven, Plant Seven, US

Neighborhood: North Elm

Shuttle Stop: 27 (Red Line)

Terra Incognita explores how today’s ceramicists are advancing the art and craft of pottery through experimental approaches to materiality, form, and surface. Comprising ceramics from across the United States, the exhibition will showcase works both functional and abstract that are pushing the boundaries of surface ornamentation, glaze, clay body, and construction.