Wildacres Clay Retreat - April 6-8
Spend a wonderful weekend in the NC mountains, in Little Switzerland, creating a clay project of your choice. Sculpture or pottery....full access to clay studio. A great place to work without the distractions of home! Led by Jinny Hargrave. For details, call Carolina Clay at 704/376-7221.
A fundraiser for Hospice and Palliative Care, Charlotte Region. Held at the CPCC main campus, Van Every Culinary Arts Center. at corner of Kings and 7th. Sample many soups from Charlotte's finest restaurants, Handmade pottery bowls supplied by Charlotte area potters, schools, and Carolina Clay Connection. General admission $30, with bowl, $40. Children 7-12, $10. A great winter event benefiting our community. For more details go to www.hpccr.org.
Coming Soon: "Soup on Sunday" Jan. 28, a benefit for Hospice, Charlotte Region. Time: 11:00 - 2:00. Charlotte's finest restaurants will serve their signature soups and Charlotte potters will donate handmade pottery bowls for this event. For details go to: hpccr.org.
Pottters who wish to donate bowls, please bring to Carolina Clay Connection by Friday, January 26th.
Clay camp for adults! A weekend pottery/sculpture retreat at Wildacres Artist and Writers retreat in NC mountains in Little Switzerland. Work on a clay project of your choice. $275 includes Meals and lodging and studio access. This is a great atmosphere for focusing on your work.
April 7-9, 2017. Coming up soon, don't miss it! Details from Carolina Clay Connection, 704/376-7221.
The Charlotte "Thunder Road" Marathon route will include Tremont St., so could impede traffic on Saturday morning. It is possible to come in the back way via South Blvd and/or Remount Rd. Should be clear after noon, so plan accordingly if you choose to come in this Saturday, November 12. We will be open from 10:00-2:00 as usual!
Call to artists for new Lark book contest:
Ceramic Artists: Lark invites you to submit work for 500 Figures in Clay, Vol. 2! Functional work that depicts figures on the surface can also be submitted:
(The piece shown in this post is "Tale" by Allan Rosenbaum. It was published in the original 500 Figures in Clay.)