Back in November, Amber Ludwig, curatorial assistant in the European and American Art department, wrote about her project creating an installation of 18th-century European ceramics. After more than nine months of research and sifting through the collection, today the stunning result was unveiled. Staff were abuzz about the ceramics, shown in a new way for the museum—in clusters that allow you to compare and contrast, or just absorb the prettiness as a whole. It’s just one of many new things to see at the Honolulu Museum of Art.