Join us on Wednesday, November 9 for our monthly ClayWorks Guild meeting. Our guest speaker/presenter is artist, Takuro Shibata. Takuro Shibata is a potter and the current director of STARworks Ceramics. He holds a degree in chemical engineering from Doshisha University in Kyoto. His background includes technical ceramic research including firing, developing and testing of clays … Continued
One of the great benefits of membership with the ClayWorks Guild is the opportunity to participate in the annual Holiday Sale held on Saturday, December 3 at University Place (formerly University Mall) in Chapel Hill, NC. This is a great indoor space under an atrium skylight and centrally located where there are lots of folks … Continued
Friends, Remember to donate bowls to TABLE NC for their Empty Bowl event (which raises funds to feed the food insecure in our midst). A representative from TABLE NC will be at the meeting on October 12 to pick up any bowls that you bring. Thank you! Follow this link for more information: Table … Continued
“Finishing Touches;” handles and feet and spouts. Come learn from Chris Donald at the October 12 ClayWorks Guild meeting. We meet in The Community Room (the lower level) at Carol Woods Retirement Community, 750 Weaver Dairy Road, Chapel Hill. About Christopher Donald Christopher received his BFA in Ceramics from the Center for Creative Studies in … Continued
Mark your calendars now for the ClayWorks Guild first meeting of the season, Wednesday, September 14. We will gather at 6:30 with the meeting starting promptly at 7 p.m. in the Community Room at Carol Woods. We have an exciting guest speaker joining us. Details to follow.
Directions to the Craft House at Carol Woods, 750 Weaver Dairy Rd, Chapel Hill, NC 27514 Once you have turned in to Carol Wood- Turn right at Harkness Circle, that is the first possible turn after turning into Carol Woods. Continue almost half a mile, turn right, the sign will say maintenance building and craft shop. … Continued
CORA Food Pantry Empty Bowls fund raiser is April 24 You can contribute CORA, located in Pittsboro, serves families in need in Chatham county by providing emergency food to feed a family for a week. It also participates in programs to insure that disadvantaged children, who rely on school programs, receive adequate nutrition when schools are … Continued
Matt lives in Durham, but fires his pots in a wood kiln he built on his family’s property in the Catawba Valley. Matt is very interested in preserving traditional pottery practices, even digging and processing his own clay. He has connected with several well-known chefs to provide their restaurants with handmade pottery. He will give … Continued