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The Makers Batch: Hidden Stories of the Women Artisans of San José Pottery Workshops

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Exhibit is curated by San Antonio’s own Mission Crafts Chandlery.
In honor of women's history month, The Makers Batch: Hidden Stories of the Women Artisans of San José Potteries will be on exhibit at Mission Library from March 3rd-31st. Much has been written about proprietress Ethel Harris and her San Antonio pottery and tile workshops as well as her head designer Fernando Ramos, but little is known about the woman artisans behind the innovative operation. The exhibit portrays the untold story of the creative women behind the San José Potteries and highlights their contributions to the arts and crafts movement of San Antonio.

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