The Museum recently added a new stop to its smartguide in conjunction with the opening of David Puxley: Wedgwood’s First Studio Potter. The David Puxley smartguide feature, available for FREE here, complements any visit to the exhibition.
The David Puxley smartguide feature includes:
- An essay about Wedgwood, David Puxley’s tenure there as studio-potter-and-residence, and the Museum’s Buten Wedgwood Collection by Dr. Anne Forschler-Tarrasch, the Museum’s Senior Curator and Curator of Decorative Arts
- Audio commentary from ceramics artist David Puxley about his influences, studio work at Wedgwood, the Wedgwood artist/designer program, his working method, and more
- High-resolution images for selected works in the exhibition
- A narrated slideshow feature all 150 works by David Puxley in the Museum’s collection
- Related works in the Museum
The David Puxley smartguide feature, accessed for FREE here, is optimized for tablets, smartphones, and other web-enabled devices. Visitors without their own devices may check out an iPad for FREE from the Museum; FREE WiFi is also available throughout the Museum. Headphones are also available in the Museum Store for visitors who would like to access audio content in the exhibition.
Using your web-enabled smart device, click here to get started.