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Breakfast

IMoDD’s Fourth Biennial Invitational and Juried Exhibition
 

Exhibition Dates: April 10 – August 28, 2021
Virtual Opening Reception: Saturday, April 10, 2021
In-Person Closing Reception: August 21, 2021
Location: Museum on Main Street  
part of the Washtenaw County Historical Society
500 North Main Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan
and Online

The International Museum of Dinnerware Design’s Fourth Biennial Invitational and Juried exhibition, Breakfast, is all about celebrating the first meal of the day.  In addition to work by contemporary artists, historic works from the IMoDD permanent collection are seamlessly woven throughout the exhibition.  Due to the pandemic, the exhibition opened virtually on April 10th.  Follow the links on this page.  

[On-line Catalogue Invited and Juried Artists]  [On-line Catalogue Historical Work from the IMoDD Permanent Collection]

Guests can plan to view the exhibition in person when it is safe to do so following common sense and state guidelines and procedures.  Museum hours will be posted when in-person exhibits resume.  Special tours are welcome by contacting the Museum on Main Street or emailing the exhibition curator at  director@dinnerwaremuseum.org. An in-person closing reception is scheduled for Saturday, August 21st 2-4 p.m.

This exhibition is a partnership between the International Museum of Dinnerware Design, the Washtenaw County Historical Society’s Museum on Main Street and the Ann Arbor District Library.  

Juried prizes were sponsored by “Jiffy Mixes” of Chelsea Milling Company.

 


Will it still “snap crackle pop?”

For the opening reception, we presented a the once-in-a-lifetime virtual Breakfast “Happening.”  A “vintage” individual serving size box of Kellogg’s Rice Krispies, dated 1963, with paper lining so that it can be used as a cereal bowl, was OPENED!  And milk was poured onto the cereal (in a different cereal bowl – the empty box/bowl is now part of IMoDD collection).  What were the results?  You can find out by watching the video.


 


Virtual Tour of the Exhibition

If you missed the opening reception, you can still take the virtual tour of the exhibition.