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
This summer, Studio Potter is continuing to develop its digital archive, providing access to more articles by Artaxis members. Four articles authored by Artaxis artists Hayne Bayless, Léopold L. Foulem, Holly Hanessian, and J.J. McCracken are now available free to the public, and can be found... Read More
Hey again! Summer is here at last and we're following the holiday with some pots that are worth celebrating!
Each month, Studio Potter features a small selection of artists and their work, which is available for sale in our online store... Read More
Guest editor Martina Lantin asked, “What are the dialogues that stretch across borders and beyond limitations? How may ceramics serve as a medium through which we can relate the experience of imposed boundaries?” She got answers.
The upcoming issue of SP features... Read More
We are thrilled to have Aubrey Kamppila with us this summer as an editorial intern. Aubrey is from Burnt Hills, New York, and currently an undergraduate student at Gettysburg College in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. She is an English major and a Studio Art minor, with particular interests in... Read More
Now that we are post solstice and officially in summer, here are a few clay related events to add to your calendar.
Salad Days: On the second Saturday of July each year, hundreds of people from around New England gather at the Watershed Center for Ceramic Arts for an epic picnic. Every... Read More