Wednesday, February 8, 2012


ceramic sutra_lorminaLORMINA SALTER FELLOWSHIP

Realizing the need to enrich the existing collective studio with creative, energetic and artistically diverse ceramists, Baltimore Clayworks is offering a one-year residency fellowship as a memorial to one of our founders, Lormina Salter. "Nina," as she was fondly known to us, was a gifted teacher and respected artist who handbuilt large stoneware vessels and sculpture. Her initiative, energy and insistence on artistic excellence were instrumental in setting direction for Clayworks in its critical early years.

The deadline to apply is April 15. To access the application, click on this link:


"Be Our Valentine" — a Try It! Workshop
WHEN: Tuesday, February 14, 7-10 PM
WHERE: Baltimore Clayworks, 5707 Smith Ave., Baltimore
FEE: $45 Member/Non-member
Instructor: Mary Cloonan
To register click here.

bowlsOne day. Three hours. For creative students seeking an anti-Valentine's Day alternative! Experiment and explore in one of this one-day sessions for adults who are curious about clay. Participants will learn the basics of hand building while exploring the intimate realm of drinking vessels in our relaxed classroom environment. Students will examine forms ranging from shot cups, beer steins or tall tumblers; BYOB welcome. Vessels may be embellished using bisque stamps, slips or classroom reduction glazes.


Treat yourself, or your children, to a class or workshop this winter. Click here to view all of the great classes offered this semester.

bowls2EMPTY BOWLS' BOWL-A-THON!WHEN: Saturdays, February 11 & 25
WHERE: Baltimore Clayworks, 5707 Smith Ave., Baltimore

It's that time of year again to roll up your sleeves and get muddy for a good cause! Baltimore Clayworks is hosting another Bowl-A-Thon to benefit St. Vincent de Paul's Empty Bowls event on March 24.

The Bowl-a-Thon will be slightly different this year. To ensure a positive, productive and creative atmosphere resulting in high-quality bowls we will be conducting the Bowl-a-Thon in a workshop format. There will be three Bowl-a-Thon workshops offered on each Saturday, February 11 and February 25.

Please click here for more details on this great event!

accWHEN: February 24-26, 2012
Baltimore Convention Center

The 36th annual American Craft Council Show in Baltimore will feature more than 700 top contemporary craft artists presenting their latest handmade creations including: jewelry, clothing, furniture and home d├ęcor. The Retail Show runs for three days with a special $5.00 ticket price Friday evening after 5 PM. By purchasing tickets online guests can enter the Show directly without waiting in line.

The American Craft Council Show in Baltimore has something for everyone. If you appreciate one-of-a-kind fashion and rare objects of beauty and function don't miss the opportunity to explore thousands of quality, handmade items and engage with the independent makers who put their heart and soul into creating them.

For more information, visit the American Craft Council Show web site: