For Students
Onda ware bottle

Artist Unknown, Japan
Onda ware bottle, 1949
Stoneware with iron glaze and white slip painting
24.45 cm x 13 cm
Gift of Mrs. Caroline I. Plumer for the James Marshall Plumer Collection, 1964/1.82

Touring Exhibitions:

Turning Point: Japanese Studio Ceramics in the mid-20th century

Exhibition Specifications

Exhibition content

33 ceramics and four works on paper all drawn from UMMA collections.

Educational materials

• Formatted text panels for the exhibition introduction and sections
• Cluster narratives for object groupings and individual labels for each object
• Brochure checklist

Other materials provided

All gallery texts on disk; photo panels on disk

Space requirements

1200-1500 sq. ft.

Installation requirements

• All works must be vitrined
• UMMA will provide mounts and frames for the works on paper.
• Light levels not to exceed 7 to 10 foot candles for the works on paper.

Loan fee

$7,500 for a 12-week exhibition period

Other costs

Pro-rated crating costs between $1500-$1800, not to exceed $1800
Pro-rated shipping between $2000-$2500, not to exceed $2500


Katharine Derosier
Curatorial & Exhibitions Coordinator
University of Michigan Museum of Art
525 South State Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1354
Tel 734.615.8186

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