October 10, 6:30-8:30 pm
Please join Black Mountain Center for the Arts Clay Studio in welcoming a Clay Club evening. Everyone is welcome!!!
This is a pot luck, so please bring some food and beverages. We can also use some paper goods (sign up in studio so we don't get duplicates!)
Demonstrations will follow our getting to know each other and eating. Charles Freeland has offered to show his canister making process. If you'd like to demonstrate a technique in clay, please let Charles know.
The Western North Carolina Clay Club is made up of potters who gather to connect with other potters. They usually meet the 2nd Wed. of the month. More information about Clay Club can be obtained by checking out their blog at: NC CLAY CLUB
BMCA Clay Studio is a teaching studio, as you can see by exploring more of this blog. Our students enjoy working in our comfortable studio daily in classes or open studios. We especially like being a community of people interested in clay.
Wishing inspires an innocent opening to the possibility of magic as we wait to see if the invisible realm will bring our wish to life.