Clay Club aims to connect potters and ceramic artists of our community. We exchange ideas, share information and form friendships
Tuesday, November 1, 2016
November Clay Club at East Tennessee State University
November Clay Club will take place at 6 pm on Wednesday, November 9th, at East Tennessee State University in Johnson City, TN. Thanks to faculty member Lindsay Rogers and the ETSU Student Ceramics Association for hosting us!
This event will be a wonderful chance for NC ceramic artists to connect with TN ceramic artists and the enthusiastic students at ETSU. Please join us for a fun night that will include lively conversation, a tour of the facility and a delicious potluck!
We will be meeting at the ceramics studio at ETSU. The ceramics studio is located in the Art Annex at 695 JL Seehorn Rd, Johnson City. Lindsay provided these directions:
GPS should get you there if you put 695 JL Seehorn Jr Rd in to Google Maps. This is the address of the Art Annex - where the Ceramics studio is located. Here is a link to a campus map if you need: http://www.etsu.edu/etsuhome/maps.aspx. You just have to select 'main campus' and 'art annex' and it will show you where it is. Also, we have a parking lot that is right up by the building. I suspect there will be no issues with parking as this is happening after work hours. Lastly, when in doubt, you can look for the GIANT 525-gallon, 6 1/2-foot tall ceramic vessel that is located at the edge of our kiln pad. It is one of a series created by General Ceramics of New York in the 1920s - and a nice landmark. :)
The SCA is preparing a potluck - folks are free to bring what ever they wish (should they like) but, the studio is an alcohol-free zone, so bring your own beverage, but don't bring anything alcoholic.
Clay Club meets at artist studios and other locations throughout Western North Carolina, usually on the second Wednesday of the month. All potters and ceramic artists are welcome! Look for details about the meetings here on the blog or contact Amy Waller at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.