Clay Club aims to connect potters and ceramic artists of our community. We exchange ideas, share information and form friendships
Wednesday, January 25, 2017
Upcoming Clay Club meetings
Here's what's coming up in Clay Club, including some special opportunities to participate in February, March and May!
February Clay Club will be at High Country Ceramic Arts in Burnsville on February 8th. We will be having critiques and I will share details about how to participate soon.
March Clay Club will be at The Village Potters in Asheville on March 8th. There will be a special Kazegama kiln opening during Clay Club and clubbers are invited to participate in the firing. Here are the details on how to participate from Lori Theriault:
Use Cone 10 clay. Keep it to smaller works (mugs, tumblers, small bowls/vases - 6-8" tops), and liner glazes only, flashing slips if they have them but no outside glazes. We'll wad here, and open the kiln and have a de-wadding party at Clay Club! Drop off works at The Village Potters between February 22nd - March 1st. Questions? Contact Lori at email@example.com.
April Clay Club will be in Morganton on April 12th. More details about this closer to the date. Thanks to Briana Blackwelder for organizing this!
May Clay Club will be in Marion on May 10th. We will be holding a series of short (5-7 minute) presentations. This idea is inspired by PechaKucha and similar presentation events and is an opportunity for all Clay Clubbers to participate. Presentations can be on anything ceramics-related. More details as we get closer to the date, but start thinking about a topic that interests you that you’d like to share and feel free to contact me if you have any questions before then. Thanks to Karen Speer for organizing this!
June Clay Club will be in Boone on June 14th. More details about this closer to the date. Thanks to Cindy Pacileo and Bob Meier for organizing this!
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.