Studio Potter Summer Sketch Contest

Jun 4, 2021


To celebrate summer and all its joys, Studio Potter is launching a Summer Sketch Contest. Make a fun, summer and ceramic themed "sketch," post it on Instagram, and tag us to enter!

What is a Sketch?

A rough drawing (print, paint, photo, clay, found object, mix-medium, collage, animation, literary/instrumental/theatrical composition, etc.) representing the chief features of a ceramic object or scene and made with reference to summer.​

To Enter:

  • Follow @thestudiopotter

  • Like this post

  • Post your sketch(es) and hashtag  #SPsummersketch (no hashtag: no entry)

  • Draw, sketch, collage, animate, or capture in any material that suits your summer ceramic idea. Think summer meets ceramics! Heat, bugs, blooms, gardens, sweat, vacation...etc.

Prize Package:

  • One-year individual membership to the Studio Potter, valued at $60

  • Mug by Arthur Halverson @arthurhalvorsen

  • Your winning sketch featured on the Studio Potter homepage for one month with a brief artist bio and link to your website

  • 10 back issues of Studio Potter magazine (the print version, hand selected by us and mailed to you)

Rules of Entry:

  • Infinite entries per person

  • International entries welcome (void where prohibited)

  • Closes September 1st 

  • BY ENTERING THE SP SUMMER SKETCH CONTEST, YOU ARE GIVING STUDIO POTTER PERMISSION TO USE YOUR SKETCH WITH CREDIT TO YOU.  Entries may be used for promotional purposes by Studio Potter on Instagram, website, or other platforms

  • This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed, administered by, or associated with Instagram.


Top: Jessica Detweiler
Center: Prize package mug by Arthur Halverson @arthurhalvorsen and 10 sample Studio Potter publications.
Bottom (left to right): Lindsay Oesterritter @alindsayo, Elaine O. Henry @elaineohenry, Catherine White @artistpotter, Kate Roberts @katerobertsceramics.

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