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A part of the 2020 Bray Benefit Auction's Experiences, this virtual studio visit and conversation with Molly Hatch is reserved for participants who bid during the auction event. Bidding participants had the opportunity to talk with Molly about her studio experience, received a behind-the-scenes look at current work, and now have access to the event recording. Join us at next year's Bray Benefit Auction for other unique experience opportunities!

Molly Hatch

2020 Bray Benefit Auction Experience

Recording; September 2020

Molly Hatch began her career as a studio potter, infusing her tableware and home decor items with contemporary sensibilities and classical charm. Molly has formal education in drawing, painting, printmaking and ceramics from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University, receiving her BFA in 2000. In 2008, after several ceramic residencies and apprenticeships in the United States and abroad, Hatch received her MFA in Ceramics from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Molly launched her first tableware collection from her home studio in 2010. Her signature blend of 18th century aesthetics with modern whimsy quickly garnered a loyal following, launching her brand into a wide range of lifestyle products for the home. Today, Molly Hatch collections can be found through the brands partnerships with multiple home goods companies, including Twig NY, Hester & Cook, Anthropologie, Garnet Hill, Crate & Kids, to name a few.

Recorded Studio Visit and Conversation with Molly Hatch

  Virtual Conversation and Studio Visit with Molly Hatch
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