Potters Council was established in 2001 as a nonprofit subsidiary of The American Ceramic Society by a group of individuals like you. Individuals who are passionate about pottery, who care about education, and who want to continue making pottery accessible to anyone interested. The mission of the Potters Council is to meet the needs of studio potters and ceramic artists by providing forums for knowledge exchange and professional enhancement.
MEMBERS ONLY BENEFIT
Potters Council organization includes artists at many different levels of expertise, ranging from student, to recreational, to professional ceramic artist. This wide range of expertise will provide a great mix of mentors and mentees. This membership benefit truly embodies Potters Council’s purpose of providing educational opportunity for our members. We encourage all members to participate as a mentor or mentee. Read more…
Time to Refresh Your Surface Techniques
This two-day conference will be filled with ways to build depth by layering through many different mediums, altering, and combine throwing with handbuilt pieces that will result in you producing fresh ideas in your studio. Featured presenters include: Sandra Blain, Debra Fritts, Bryan Hopkins, Meredith Host, Mark Knott, and Justin Rothshank. ONLY 10 SPOTS LEFT!
Whether you’re a passionate professional or an enthusiastic amateur, you need to share your insights, questions, and comments with people who understand you. The Potters Council was formed to create a community of potters and ceramic artists from around the world. By being an active member, you show your commitment to studio artists like you who understand the touch and feel of clay and the continued joy (and challenges) it brings.
Potters Council is Dedicated to Meeting YOUR Needs as an Artist. The Potters Council was formed to create a community of potters and ceramic artists from around the world. By being an active member, you’ll be showing your commitment to studio artists like you who understand the touch and feel of clay and the continued joy (and challenges) it brings. Join an organization committed to the education and promotion of the ceramic arts.
Keep your Potters Council information current. You no longer need to call us to make changes to your information. You can do it online anytime you want. Open 24/7. Lost your membership number, moving and need to update your mailing address, or have you recently changed your email? All of these updates can happen online at your convenience.
Thu, February 26 2015 01:40pm How Is Your Local Pottery Community For Social And Professional Interaction?
Mon, February 16 2015 08:10pm What Is The Best Workshop Experience,incident Or Moment You Ever Had?
Wed, February 4 2015 11:06pm