The selected group of artists would each create one urn. Gallery patrons will encounter the works lining the walls of the room - evoking a burial chamber.Read More
An exhibition of bricks and music, FPOAFM has mailed 30 artists a found clay brick and with it asked them to depict their most inspirational musician or band.Read More
Featuring an intimate exhibit of sculptural ceramics by Jenny Hata Blumenfield, Cody Hoyt and Bushwick Guido whose works explore clay's materiality in unique ways.Read More
In partnership with Pioneer Works Second Sunday programming, witness the exciting relationship between clay and fire in this demonstration of outdoor pit firing.Read More
An exhibition of work produced using alternative firing methods (traditional Japanese wood kilns, Raku, Salt-firing, and Kintsugi)Read More
A ceramics group show organized by Jessica Perelman, exploring the decorative and the cultural language to comment on conversations of power, identity and relationships to one another.Read More
Pinched brings together 5 feminist makers who use the tactile nature of clay to create eccentric work that embraces beauty, imperfections, and precarious nature of life.Read More
Showcasing objects and experiments that evoke the alchemy of ceramics by ceramicists based in Brooklyn and the Hudson Valley,Read More
Thirsty for something new? Enjoy a drink, tour the studios, and meet the makers showcasing new work by ceramists and painters at the arts+crafts research Studio.Read More
Coffee and Tea Pottery on Fundraising Sale for children’s ceramics program. Coffee by The Mixtape Shop. Wheel Throwing Demos and Interactive Handbuilding WorkshopsRead More
Permanent Maintenance is please to present an exhibition featuring works by ceramics studio residents and others.Read More
A group show of sculptural work by Jill Bell, Douglas Brooks and Mikel Durlam in non-traditional spaceRead More
An exhibit of clay works by Brooklyn based artists from a pit firing on Nantucket with a life size video projection of the fire pit process and prints by the same artists made on the Russell Janis Press.Read More
"A different version of popular” was used to describe the Hairy Who artist collective of Chicago.
A collective of family and Friends, this show is offers the collective’s version of popular culture.
Hortus Conclusus is an enclosed garden displaying a collective ceramic exhibit of woman artists, inviting the viewer to interact and explore ceramics in a setting similar to that of renaissance paintings.Read More
An exhibition featuring ceramic work that reveals how it was made and/or fired.