Stop in for a guided tour of NCC’s exhibitions Triaxial Blends and It’s Still Political. Triaxial Blends features artists who have been paired together to create collaborative pieces that hold aspects of each artist’s work. These creations are unique in their evolution as the artists influence each other through the exchange of ideas. In, It’s Still Political: Gender, Sexuality, and Queerness in Contemporary Ceramics, artists and artworks deliberate the topics of gender and sexuality in society, through ceramic forms and…Find out more »
Join the curator of It’s Still Political: Gender, Sexuality, and Queerness in Contemporary Ceramics, Mac Star McCusker, for a lecture and conversation surrounding topics of the associated exhibition. This exhibition features works by artists who actively engage in and promote insightful dialogue about gender expression and identity and provides much-needed current perspectives on the subject within the context of both human experience and ceramics. Register for your free place here: https://store.northernclaycenter.org/curator-talk-with-mac-star-mccusker.htmlFind out more »
Northern Clay Center welcomes Spring McKnight Artist Resident Hyang Jin Cho as part of the NCC community from April through June. She will present an artist talk on Tuesday, April 21, 2020, at 6 pm in NCC's library. A ceramic artist, researcher, and educator, Cho has been developing her practice, knowledge, and understanding of the arts in academia since 1991. Exploring themes of diversity and community, Cho’s work is composed of modules that suggest human relations and interdependency in our…Find out more »
You make it and we bake it! Create your own personalized kitchen items including a utensil holder and spoon rest. Learn basic slab building techniques and decorate your projects with color slips to brighten your culinary workspace. All skill levels welcome. Ages 6 & up. Register here: 10 am - 1 pm: https://store.northernclaycenter.org/whip-it-up.html 2 - 5 pm: https://store.northernclaycenter.org/whip-it-up-25225280.htmlFind out more »
Join Northern Clay Center for the 15th installment of this "show-and-tell” series, featuring Jin Cho, visiting McKnight Artist Resident from Colorado, and Heather Nameth Bren, an artist and professor at Bethel University. The presenters will each share and discuss objects from their personal collections that have inspired and influenced their making. This event will provide a glimpse into the lives and stories of each artist. You don’t want to miss it! Register for your free spot: https://store.northernclaycenter.org/looking-learning-25225346.htmlFind out more »
Join Northern Clay Center for the opening reception of exhibitions Influence and Creativity: A Retrospective of Rock Creek Pottery & Inspiration and Discovery: Pathways to Expression. Co-curated by Michael Hunt and Shawn Ireland, Influence and Creativity: A Retrospective of Rock Creek Pottery offers an intimate look into, and a respectful celebration of, Will Ruggles and Douglass Rankin and their nearly 30 years of creating wood-fired pots at Rock Creek Pottery in Buladean, North Carolina. The exhibition in the main gallery…Find out more »
Join Northern Clay Center in the exhibition galleries, to be part of a casual conversation about the work and the exhibitions, Influence and Creativity and Inspiration and Discovery, with artists Will Ruggles and Douglass Rankin, and exhibition curators Michael Hunt and Shawn Ireland. Register for your free spot: https://store.northernclaycenter.org/gallery-talk-influence-creativity-a-retrospective.htmlFind out more »
The American Pottery Festival Preview is your ONLY chance to see and buy work by our visiting APF artists until APF Opening Night on Friday, September 4. Don't miss this special opportunity! View and purchase the work here after May 5: https://store.northernclaycenter.org/featured-artists/Find out more »
Get ready for your annual spring planting with handmade plant markers. Create small clay signs that will last year after year for favorite plants in your garden. Whether it is herbs, fruits, vegetables, or flowers that make you smile, clearly denote your leafed friend with a ceramic marker created with an NCC teaching artist. Register for your free spot: https://store.northernclaycenter.org/garden-plant-markers.htmlFind out more »
Celebrate Mother’s Day with your favorite mom! Work side by side while creating a vase for flowers or a bowl for her favorite candy. You can work collaboratively or independently while you learn the basics of handbuilding and decorating techniques to make something mom is sure to love. All skill levels are welcome. Ages 6 & up. Register here: 10 am - 1 pm: https://store.northernclaycenter.org/mothers-day-in-clay.html 2 - 5 pm: https://store.northernclaycenter.org/mothers-day-in-clay-25225282.htmlFind out more »
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