Archived 2016 Meeting Promotional Information
2016 Annual Meeting was held
October 23-26 in Charlottesville, Virginia
You must be a TCC member to register for the annual meeting. If you are not currently a member, you will be able to include your membership payment along with your registration. Please remember, if you are registering for the meeting using PayPal, you must still mail in your registration form. The amount paid with this form must be the same amount you have calculated that is due on the official registration form you mail in.
2016 Meeting - Important news!
We’ve had an excellent response for the 2016 TCC Annual Meeting Transferware for the Presidents’ Tables. Although registration has now closed, should you wish to participate, please contact Meeting Organizer Leslie Bouterie (email: firstname.lastname@example.org) to determine space availability. Every effort will be made to accommodate late registrants.
Spotlight on Optional Day
There are only a few spaces remaining. This excursion to the Reeves Center at Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia, focuses on small group participation led by ceramics experts Ron Fuchs, Pat Halfpenny and Jonathan Gray. Highlights will include touring of the galleries and two special exhibitions, and the handling of antique ceramics from the permanent collection. It is an exceptional opportunity offered exclusively to TCC Members attending the Annual Meeting. More Information.
2016 Annual Meeting Close — RAFFLE!
Our Popular Raffle Returns!
The ever popular Transferware Raffle will return in October as a feature of the 2016 Annual Meeting. The raffle items will be on view, tickets will be sold, and drawings will be held during the Annual Meeting in Charlottesville, Virginia. Proceeds will benefit educational endeavors of the TCC. With the largest num-ber of items offered heretofore, the 2016 raffle will feature a variety of beautiful transfer-printed wares, with patterns from several collecting areas: Chinoiserie, Aesthetic, Ro-mantic Themes and Children’s Subjects. Also included will be a rich selection of reference books on related topics, guaranteed to enhance the library of any transferware enthusiast. Each of the eight prizes (individually or in designated groups) has a retail value of $200 or more. Learn more.
2016 Annual Meeting Close Up #4
TCC Annual Meeting Speaker Spotlight:
This fourth edition of the Transferware Collectors Club Annual Meeting Close Up focuses on the meeting's outstanding speaker lineup. The topics they will cover will take you from the potteries of Great Britain to the tables of American presidents: Experience a review of our History through Transferware! Each lecture is guaranteed to excite and inform you about everything from the process of creating the designs and shapes of transfer-printed ceramics to the re-discovery of their cultural and political role in Great Britain and the New Americas. Learn more.
2016 Annual Meeting Close Up #3
Get the full agenda for Day 4 of the Annual TCC Meeting in Charlottesville, VA with this third edition of the TCC Meeting Close Up. The day's highlights will feature three accomplished speakers and the annual raffle and transferware show and sale. Read all about it!
2016 Annual Meeting Close Up #2
This second edition of the Transferware Collectors Club Annual Meeting Close Up lends more focus to Day 3's exciting mix of transferware information and plans to experience even more of the rich colonial history of this Piedmont area. Read more about visiting Jefferson's Monticello and a lecture by Leslie Bouterie on Bees and Beekeeping Motifs in 19th Century Transferware Patterns.
2016 Annual Meeting Close Up #1
We are excited to share with you this "Close Up" look at Days 1 and 2 of our Annual Meeting in Charlottesville October 23-26, 2016! TCC Member Nick Routson will kick off the meeting with a fascinating review of American Historical Staffordshire by sharing with us many extraordinary examples form his collection like the pieces printed with the Landing of Lafayette at Castle Garden New York pattern he used to set the table--Fit for Presidents--seen here. This Close Up also provides more details about our trip to Montpelier on Day 2 where we will enjoy a full day of programming at this historic site. Read all about it!
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