KOBE — What do the ancient ceramics center of Shigaraki and suburban New Jersey have in common?

Probably nothing, except for ceramics artist Tacy Apostolik. This month, after 14 years of ceramics work in Japan, the New Jerseyite potter Apostolik is having her final show here before she sets up base on the East Coast of the United States.

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