Events

Upcoming Events

  • 2018 Workshop with Amy Sanders – Day 2 - 07/15/2018

    2018 Workshop with Amy Sanders at NCSU Crafts CenterJuly 13, Slide Show and Lecture, open to public July 14 10am-5pm Demo, July 15 9 am-4pm, Hands-On Amy Sanders is a full time studio potter whose work is exhibited nationally and includes a public art tile project for the city of Charlotte. For 17 years, Amy […]

  • 2018 Workshop with Amy Sanders – Day 1 - 07/14/2018

    2018 Workshop with Amy Sanders at NCSU Crafts Center July 13, Slide Show and Lecture, open to public July 14 10am-5pm Demo, July 15 9 am-4pm, Hands-On Amy Sanders is a full time studio potter whose work is exhibited nationally and includes a public art tile project for the city of Charlotte. For 17 years, […]

  • Lecture and Slideshow by Amy Sanders - 07/13/2018

    2018 Workshop with Amy Sanders at NCSU Crafts Center July 13, Slide Show and Lecture, open to public July 14 10am-5pm Demo, July 15 9 am-4pm, Hands-On Amy Sanders is a full time studio potter whose work is exhibited nationally and includes a public art tile project for the city of Charlotte. For 17 years, […]





Past Events

  • Marsha Owens - 03/06/2018

  • Carolyn Sleeper - 02/06/2018

    Carolyn Sleeper is a retired art teacher, having spent the majority of her career at Norfolk Collegiate School in Virgina. She developed a love of clay and all its processes while teaching and continues to teach adult students at her studio, Slatestone Studio, in Washington, NC Carolyn is a lifelong learner, continuing her education at […]

  • Lee Kazanas - 01/09/2018

    Lee Kazanas has been a Studio Potter for over 40 years. Working primarily in functional high-fired stoneware and porcelain, he has had his works featured in dozens of gallery shows, throughout his career. For many years he also owned and operated a regional craft gallery in the Adirondack mountains of Northern New York. Now living in […]

  • Sasha Bakaric - 10/03/2017

    Sasha Bakaric was born and raised in Croatia where she had a successful career in finance and management. Graduate school and family brought her to the United States. Her first encounter with clay was a pottery class for toddlers that she took with her then two-year-old daughter. Sasha felt the attraction and started taking classes […]

  • Brad Tucker - 09/05/2017

    Brad Tucker has been a resident potter at Cedar Creek Gallery in Creedmoor since 1981. He is an exhibiting member of both the Carolina Designer Craftsmen and the Piedmont Craftsmen. Brad blends traditional influences with contemporary sensibilities to produce graceful yet sturdy pots of lasting beauty and utility. All his work is made to be […]

  • Matt Hallyburton - 03/07/2017

    Matt Hallyburton works out of his studio in Old West Durham. A native to North Carolina, his work is rooted in western North Carolina’s rich pottery tradition. He uses native clays, traditional glaze recipes and a wood burning kiln to lend a sense of place to his dinnerware that is used in contemporary restaurants throughout […]

  • Andy McKenzie - 01/03/2017

    Andy McKenzie Graduated from Fontbonne College in St Louis with an MFA in ceramics in 1998. He was lucky enough to find a job teaching art at Suffield Academy, a small private boarding school in Connecticut. During his 16 years there, the ceramics program grew from a small craft kiln and four students to more […]

  • Christopher Donald - 11/01/2016

    Christopher Donald received his BFA in Ceramics from the Center for Creative Studies in Michigan and has been a ceramic artist and teacher for over 25 years. He was the head of the Pottery at Greenfield Village and Henry Ford Museum which produced half a million dollars in Early American and English Earthenware and salt […]

  • Deborah Harris - 09/06/2016

    Deborah Harris has been a full time studio potter in Chapel Hill, North Carolina since 1997. Her pottery education began at local art centers and soon expanded to include workshops at Arrowmont and Penland School of Crafts. She has been fortunate to travel through India, China and Japan observing eastern pottery techniques. These experiences have […]

  • Ronan Peterson - 04/05/2016

    Ronan Kyle Peterson Artist Statement Essentially, I am dealing with effects of agents of growth and decay and how these agents shape and embellish the surfaces of stones and the skins of trees. These agents also serve key roles in interacting with my ceramic vessels.  Mushrooms, seed pods, grubs and other growths serve as knobs […]