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
Mark your calendar for this September event at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center:
The Road Less Traveled Conference
"Delve into the complex subject of artist-built environments during a three-day conference, September 27-29, 2017, at the John Michael... Read More
Every year at the NCECA conference, Studio Potter awards six students from around the country with a one-year membership. Two graduate students, two post-baccalaureate students, and two K-12 students were selected for their artistic accomplishments by SP board members Jonathan Kaplan, Nancy... Read More
Studio Potter congratulates two fellow ceramics-community organizations on their recent awards:
The Marks Project (TMP) recently received a $10,000 grant to further their efforts to document the distinct marks, signatures, and stamps of American ceramicists in an illustrated and... Read More
Ben Carter and Molly Hatch are offering Studio Potter members a discount on their enrollment in either Think Big! or Think Big! 2.
Ben and Molly are back with a new session of their successful online course, Think Big!, and are offering a second course, Think Big! 2. This new course... Read More
The apprenticeship model is a time honored tradition in the clay world. Many look to the apprentices of Cardew, and Leach and Hamada as torch bearers. It’s easy to romanticize this ancient method of transferring knowledge and skill: the aging master in the twilight of his career and his devoted... Read More