Saturday, December 5, 2015

December Clay Club at The Village Potters in Asheville on Wednesday, December 9

Awesome news! The Village Potters in the River Arts District in Asheville will host Clay Club in their new Independent Study/Mentoring studio this coming Wednesday, December 9th, from 6-8 pm. Thank you, Lori, Sarah and all of The Village Potters!

They will give a tour and description of their new Independent Study/Mentoring Program and updates on their Kazegama kiln build.

We'll also hold the annual mug/object exchange. (In case you haven't been before, here are the details on the exchange, as explained by John Britt for a previous exchange: "The Cup Exchange doesn't have to be a cup but more like any "object" , so think creatively about what you have laying around. Just something to swap. You could even bring an old used shitty cup from the cupboard as long as it is a Hamada made it.")

We will have the usual potluck, so bring food to share. Clay Club is BYOB, so bring drink, too.

The Village Potters are located at Riverview Station in Asheville’s River Arts District at:

191 Lyman Street, #180
Asheville, NC 28801

Directions available here:

Questions? Contact The Village Potters at or 828-253-2424. You can also contact me at or at 828-467-1183.

*** Mitchell and Yancey folks - if you're interested in carpooling, let me know. ***

Thanks again to The Village Potters! See you Wednesday.


Papa and Granny Roberson said...

Please excuse the double posting. I just posted this on Facebook where John Britt announced the Clay Club at Village Potters.

I have a couple of questions. Are Tennessee potters allowed to participate in the NC Clay Club? Also, is there a membership fee? I live just over the mountain in Elizabethton (Tri-Cities area). I have only been doing pottery for a year and a half and would love to get to know some folks on the other side of the mountain. May I come on Wednesday evening?

John Britt said...

Yes. All are welcome. You know how to get there? Village Potter's?

Amy Waller said...

There are no membership fees for Clay Club. Most of us are from Western North Carolina, but all potters and ceramic artists of all levels are welcome at our monthly meetings. If you feel like making the trip to Asheville, we would wecome you to join us!

Papa and Granny Roberson said...

Thanks. I do know where Village Potter's is. In fact, I did a raku workshop there in the spring.