It's Pottery Tour Season!

BY JESS DETWEILER
Sep 19, 2018

Illustration by Zoe Pappenheimer for Studio Potter journal, 2018.

Fall officially begins this weekend! Here in Massachusetts, that means crisp air and colorful leaves. It's great time for a drive through the country. To get your roadtrip started, here's a listing of upcoming Pottery Tours, as covered in our Winter/Spring 2018 Issue, Regional Perspectives and Pottery Tours. To see the full list of Pottery Tours and more information on each tour, click here.


United States

National Clay Week Open Studio Tour, Concurrent locations around the United States, October 12-14, nationalclayweek.org/openstudio 


Midwest

River Valley Potter's Fall Studio Tour, St. Croix River Valley, MN / WI, September 21-23, rivervalleypotters.com

Western Wisconsin Pottery Tour, St. Croix River Valley, WI, September 21-23, Westernwisconsinpotterytour.com

The Cracked Pot Studio Tour, Mid-Michigan, MI, September 22-23, crackedpotstudiotour.wordpress.com/

Michiana Pottery Tour, Goshen, IN, September 29-30, michianapotterytour.com

Omaha North Hills Pottery Tour, Omaha, NE, October 6-7, onhpt.com

Twenty Dirty Hands, Galena + Elizabeth, IL, October 12-14, twentydirtyhands.com


North East

Berkshire Pottery Tour, Berkshire County, MA, September 29-30, berkshirepotterytour.com

ClayWay Studio Tour, Litchfield County, CT, October 6-8, clayway.net

CT Mountain Laurel Pottery Trail, Central Connecticut, Saturday and Sunday October 13 & 14, ctpotterytrail.com

Hudson Valley Pottery Tour, Mid-Hudson Valley, NY, October 20-21, hudsonvalleypotterytour.com

Fall into Winter, Boyertown, PA November 17-18, studiobbb.org/fall-into-winter/


South East

16 Hands Bi-annual Studio Tour, Floyd, VA, November 23-25, 16hands.com

Tampa Tour de Clay, Tampa Bay, FL, December 8-9, tampatourdeclay.com


 

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