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For the month of January 2020, artZ Gallery presents: “Beginnings,” the annual theme show, featuring works of gallery member artists and guest artists from the past year, as they interpret the theme. Some of the artists will display earlier artworks as examples of their creative “Beginnings.” Others will show works that express the idea of “Beginnings” with their own meaning and medium. Approximately twenty-one participating artists will include a variety of mediums. artZ Gallery is an artist-owned and operated gallery…Find out more »
Hello 2020! What’s that? You need to surround yourself with calm after the swirling holidays and exhausting year that was 2019? NCC has an oasis of serene inspiration for this month’s featured artist offerings. Whether you crave memories of summer streams and ponds evoked by Holden’s surfaces and forms, Jaszczak’s cool, contemplative, and contemporary functional wares, or the soft lines and prairie garden patterns in Riley’s work, we have a gallery full of respite and your new favorite pot awaiting…Find out more »
The Alumni of Mellencamp Sr. High have learned that their old Alma Mater is soon to be demolished. To show their school spirit, they’ve decided to throw one last all-class reunion. So get together with long absent friends and classmates. Find out whatever happened to that old flame. Get chewed out by the shop teacher. Stroll down memory lane, or tear it up on the dance floor. It’s guaranteed to be the party of a lifetime…if you live that long!…Find out more »
Christopher Titus' new show takes the audience on a wild ride through his personal life, and proves why he isn't qualified to be a father, and why childless couples win. In between Titus again takes you down some roads that may be unlikely to win him a CNN heroes award but will always be hilarious. (From: christophertitus.com.) Get Tickets: https://www.soundchronicle.com/tickets/Christopher_Titus_Minneapolis_MN_2020-01-25_20-00Find out more »
Bring your friends and family for a guided tour of Emerging Artist Grant Recipients, featuring sculpture and pottery from local artists and recent recipients of NCC’s artist grants. Following the tour, venture into the studios for a free handbuilding workshop to create your own ceramic art. Register for your free spot here: https://store.northernclaycenter.org/tour-of-exhibition-and-hands-on-workshop-23823864.htmlFind out more »
February’s featured artists invite you to bring your love of pottery onto your table full-time. Regardless of what you eat, take the time to design how your meal is served. Do you prefer the warm hues, designed to evolve and carry memory, of Beck’s wood-fired pots? Perhaps you crave the subtle soda-fired surface playing off of the strong forms and thoughtful textures of Kelleher’s pots. It may be that you’re drawn to the alluring clash of history, imagination, and elegant…Find out more »
What better way to warm a February day than to taste one-of-a-kind, homemade chilis and vote for your favorite?! We’re bringing back our Cornbread Competition and Brownie Bake-off too. Bring an appetite and a curious palate! We promise creative competitors, prizes in several categories, opportunities to play in clay, and wheel-throwing demonstrations to entertain and educate. $5 to Eat/Free to Compete - Sign up to compete in our Chili Cook-off, Cornbread Competition, Brownie Bake-off, or all three. Join the pros,…Find out more »
Join us for a free, all-ages Open House! Tour our studios and check out hands-on book arts activities including letterpress-printed cards, suminagashi valentines, and pop-up cards. Come in from the February cold and get smitten with book arts!Find out more »
Join NCC to celebrate the opening of our exhibitions Triaxial Blends and It's Still Political: Gender, Sexuality, and Queerness in Contemporary Ceramics. A triaxial blend is a method of testing glaze ratios to develop new surfaces. Angelica Pozo, curator of the exhibition, will parallel this concept, bringing three pairs of established ceramic sculptors together in collaboration. The artist pairs—Susan Beiner and Christine Golden, Kristen Cliffel and Angelica Pozo, and Syd Carpenter and Sana Musasama—will mine each other’s influences, studio habits,…Find out more »
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