The show coincides with the American ceramics community’s esteemed annual conference put on by the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA). This year, the conference is centered around the idea of dynamic experiments—ones that reach their materialization through viewers’ narrative insertions and dialogue with their peers. In other words, NCECA pushes for conversational and intellectual collaboration as forms of creation. Gallery NAGA invited one of New England’s preeminent curators, Meredyth Hyatt Moses, to guest curate a show that would time with NCECA. Hyatt has had a long career in ceramics and the art world, due in part to her former role as the owner of Clark Gallery in Lincoln, Massachusetts. Now 81 years old, Hyatt remains as sharp as ever, and has approached the exhibition as an opportunity to create a showcase that pays homage to a selection of artists she admires most.