Upcoming Events

  • Edge Barnes - 02/07/2023

    Edge is a self taught potter/teacher from Cary, NC.  He has over 40 years of experience working with clay. He is Currently co-owner of ¡Cerámica! Pottery Studio and Ceramic Supplies in Cary. My clay experience began informally over thirty years ago with a pottery class at the Virginia Museum of Art. My training has continued to […]

Past Events

  • Ash Visconti - 01/10/2023

    This demo will focus on surface embellishments in the form of sculptural additions on mugs, making an image pop out of the frame! Ash makes pottery in the Triangle area and often participates in markets, shows and online events. “Love creating functional/fun pots “

  • Stone Soup - 10/26/2022

    STONE SOUP TPG has a long, rich tradition of helping Urban Ministries of Wake County each fall with their STONE SOUP fundraiser. We don’t need to make 400 bowls this year, but you can come help hand out soup and bread Oct. 26, 4-6 p.m. at Urban Ministries!! We had a lot of fun last […]

  • Artsplosure - 05/21/2022

    Please join us under the TPG tent for another Artsplosure. Raleigh’s best arts and craft festival. We will post information as it becomes available. Please put it on your calendar.

  • Pot Luck Dinner and Pottery Yard (members only) - 05/03/2022

    The TPG members will have a Pot Luck dinner on May 3, from 5:30 to 7:30, at Faye Krapf’s house.  Please check the newsletter for location.  Also on schedule for the evening is a pottery yard sale.  Bring your glazes, tools, supplies, or pottery that you aren’t using.  This will be our last gathering before we meet […]

  • Spring Pottery Sale - 04/30/2022

    Urban Ministries will have a Spring Pottery Sale for April 30th! They are selling all the amazing pottery they  have  received for the Stone Soup events that had been cancelled the past few years. They are asking if any TPG members would be interested in volunteering? There will have 2 shifts available to sign up; 9:30-1 and/ or […]

  • Mary Parker - 04/05/2022

    Bio Statement : My work is a mixture of hand built, and hand thrown pieces, each having unique designs carved into them. These designs are inspired my the days I spent wondering around antique stores with my mother. Mid century household products always stuck out to me, so I wanted to pay homage to the […]

  • Lucy Hazlehurst - 03/01/2022

    Lucy will be demonstrating throwing tiny things on a tiny wheel. Her primary focus is bottles and bowls and the occasional teapot. As she works she will share the “tiny tools” that she has repurposed or invented as needed.

  • Kate Schroeder - 02/01/2022

    My recent work is inspired by the emotional impact of collecting objects; why we collect them, and the significance of the ones we choose. The dimensions of the objects in my work are hierarchical. The three dimensional objects represent my lineage, marriage and career while the two dimensional illustrations are nostalgic and joyful. The overarching […]

  • Amanda Bury Presentation - 01/29/2022

    Amanda Bury will have an in person presentation at the NC University Craft Center in Raleigh, NC. on Jan. 29th. If you are interested in attending please contact the NC University Craft to register for this event.  Visit Amanda Bury’s website to learn more about this artist and images of her work. Event Registration Fee: $5.00 per person. […]

  • Sasha Koozel Reibstein - 01/11/2022

    Artist bio: Sasha Koozel Reibstein (b. Boston, MA) is a mixed media artist living in San Diego, California. Her work reflects on transformation, mortality and the sublime through sculptures that undulate between soft and hard, alive and static, real and imagined. While primarly sculpting out of clay, Reibstein‘s experimentation and broad use of materiál, ranging […]