The start of the school year is an event worth celebrating. To mark the occasion, we have decided to offer two special BOGO promotions:
Friendship! If you are a current member, you could extend your membership for another full year for free! Get a friend to sign up for a regular one-year... Read More
The six potters of the Berkshire Pottery Tour open their 2017 season with a show at Gallery 35 on Railroad Street in Great Barrington, Massachusetts, Sunday, September 3, from 5-7pm.
The exhibit will feature carefully selected best works from each potter. Graciously hosted by Stone House... Read More
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY: Membership Director
Easthampton, Massachusetts—Studio Potter seeks a Membership Director responsible for circulation management and strategic membership development. Studio Potter journal is a nationally and internationally recognized... Read More
Introducing our September Pots for Membership Artists!
Each month, Studio Potter features a small selection of artists and their work, which is available for sale in our online store for thirty days only. In exchange for the sale of their piece, the artist (or a chosen beneficiary) will... Read More
Studio Potter is calling for contributions to the next issue, Vol. 46, No. 1, Winter/Spring 2018, "Regional Perspectives & Pottery Tours." Submissions due October 15, 2017.
In examining regional perspectives, here are a few questions that might pique your interest in contributing: ... Read More
Summer is coming to an end but there is much to look forward to! Here are a few events to add to your calendar:
A Culture of Pots
In May of each year, the Minnesota Potters of the Upper St. Croix River Valley host a colossal ceramics event. ... Read More
This August, we’ve added more articles by Artaxis artists to the Studio Potter online archive, and they are now available free to the public. They highlight these artists’ contributions to the field of ceramics as writers, and SP is proud to support them and a fellow non-profit organization. ... Read More
Baltimore Clayworks is closing its doors. Since 1980, Baltimore Clayworks has served as the area’s only cultural institution dedicated solely to the ceramic arts, offering workshops, residencies, and exhibitions in Baltimore’s historic Mt... Read More