Everything in its Place was included in the Color Network Presents: Constructors in Clay which was hosted at Alma's over the summer of 2021. This multi generational exhibition featured artists that play leading roles in clay. Varying perspectives in what being a leader means but adding to the discussion on contemporary issues. It was curated by The Color Network.
April Felipe was born in, Queens, New York. She received her B.F.A from the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University and her M.F.A in Ceramics from Ohio University. April worked at Greenwich House Pottery, taught at Ohio State University and Ohio University. In 2017 she was named one of Ceramic Monthly Emerging Artist and began a ceramic jewelry line babyGrapes Designs that are carried in galleries throughout the United States. She has participated in residencies at Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts and The Archie Bray Foundation.
April is a Co- Founder of The Color Network, a nonprofit organization with the mission to aid in the advancement of people of color in the ceramic art field. She has set down roots in Albany, Ohio with a home studio, she currently works for the Dairy barn Arts Center.
Every handmade piece at Alma’s is a story of its craft.