Sunday, May 28, 2017


Clayworks hosts its biggest pottery sale of the year!

WHEN: Saturday, June 3, from 11AM - 5PM
WHERE: Baltimore Clayworks, 5707 Smith Ave., Baltimore
ADMISSION: Free and Open to the Public
Both the SECONDS SALE & INVENTORY BLOWOUT SALE will be open to anyone to shop all day.

WHEN: Sunday, June 4, 11AM - 3PM Seconds Sale | 4-5P Seconds Sale's BOX SALE; 11AM - 5PM Inventory Blowout Sale
Free and Open to the Public

Find great deals on some of your favorite potters work among the sea of ceramics including sculpture, garden ornaments, functional pots and more at the SECONDS SALE in the Classroom/Studio Building!

Plus, Clayworks is also marking down items in The Shop from 10-40% off the original price as part of the INVENTORY BLOWOUT SALE!

Preview Party:
WHEN: Friday, June 2 from 6-8P
Open to the Public: Suggested Donation ($20)

Get first access to SECONDS SALE items, beer & wine, snacks and music + first access to the INVENTORY BLOWOUT SALE.

RSVP via Clayworks Website Today or call 410.578.1919 x210

Sunday is the last day for both sales! Seconds Sale will offer additional discounts throughout the day, before the final BOX SALE, where you purchase a flat rate box (ranging from $20-$60) which you can fill to the top with remaining items!


Interested in supporting Baltimore Clayworks?

You can by donating your Seconds to the sale! Please drop off to Clayworks no later than Thursday, June 1st. It is a 100% donation, which you can write off your taxes. Additionally, know that all proceeds from the sale of your seconds directly support the artistic and educational programming throughout the year!

Forms are available at the front desk OR Print & Fill out in Advance!


Clayworks is looking for volunteers to help with Seconds Sale preparation during the day Wed, 5/31 - Fri, 6/2 and during the Preview event Friday, 6/2 evening and during the sale on Saturday, 6/3 & Sunday, 6/4.

This is your chance to support Clayworks by giving your time + get access to this great sale while you're volunteering!

If you're interested in helping, please connect directly with Emily for specific shift times and tasks by phone at 410.578.1919 x219 or by email at

Baltimore Clayworks' mission is to develop, promote and sustain an artist-centered community, which provides outstanding artistic, educational and collaborative programs in the ceramic arts. Founded in 1980 by a group of nine community-minded ceramic artists, Baltimore Clayworks has developed a strong local and global reputation for artists' development coupled with sustained community engagement.

Baltimore Clayworks lives its mission daily through its programs: Artists residencies; Ceramic classes and workshops taught by working artists; Exhibitions of nationally and internationally recognized ceramic artists; and a Community Arts program that serves underserved populations at sites across the Baltimore region.