Duluth Pottery is a clay studio and shop in Superior Wisconsin. Karin Kraemer makes maiolica pots, custom tile, and restoration tile.
The Grand Theatre Center for the Arts is an interdisciplinary arts center owned and operated by the City of Tracy, serving the region. The Grand Theatre Center for the Arts offers fine arts programming through a partnership between the City of Tracy and the Arts Leadership Alliance. Through the Arts Education, Exhibitions, and Presenting Programs, […]
Contemporary Concepts in Clay and Glass: A juried sculptural exhibition of eleven clay and glass artists, selected from Association of Clay and Glass Artists of California will be on display at the Marin Museum of Contemporary Art. The eleven artists were chosen by the museum gallery as representative of contemporary concepts using the ancient materials […]
As You Wish Pottery is one of the premier pottery painting studios in the country. As You Wish first opened its doors in Scottsdale, Arizona in 1995 and has since grown to four successful studios with more on the way. We truly believe that your experience at As You Wish is as much about the […]
Xiem [sim] Clay Center comprises a modern ceramics studio providing 24/7 access for members, an education center for the ceramic arts and a fine art ceramics gallery and store featuring innovative, contemporary, fine art pottery and sculpture. It is located in the heart of Pasadena, California and was founded by Kevin Xiem Nguyen in 2003.
Vermont is home to some of the finest crafts people and artists in the country. The unusual beauty of Vermont’s countryside and the solitude and peace found here nurture the creative spirit. Our community of 1500 professional crafts people and artists includes quiltmakers, printmakers, potters, furniture makers, metal workers, weavers, painters, and glassblowers.
Richmond Art Center inspires active engagement in the visual arts through exhibitions, education, and in-school programs as the San Francisco Bay Area’s longest established art center.
“las cadre” features the creations of seventeen highly diverse working artists. The group, now in its second year, holds monthly potlucks and critiques, rotating among our studios. We recognize the need for vigorous conversation as an essential part of our creative process.
Because art nourishes the human spirit, we will enrich community life by educating people about the value and meaning of today’s visual arts and by championing artists and the creative process.
The story of Armenian ceramics would have been told so differently had it not been for the “Pro-Jerusalem Society”. This committee, founded by Sir Ronald Storrs,