Welcome to ClayHouston

ClayHouston supports Houston artists working in ceramics.  We provide educational opportunities, creative activities, and social groups.  We would be delighted for you to be a part.  See the "Membership" page for more information. 

Electric Dirt: A New Ceramic Landscape

April 30- May 1, 2016

Electric Dirt: A New Ceramic Landscape  with Garth Johnson, David Hicks and Cheyenne Rudolph – demo symposium, co-sponsored by ClayHouston and the Glassell School of Art focusing on electric firing and digital/video applications. April 30- May 1, 2016, 10am-5:30pm, free, open to the public. Event will be held at the Glassell School of Art temporary space. Registration recommended.


David Hicks                                      Cheyenne Rudolph



April 23, 1:30 -Kathryn Hall, Houston Center for Contemporary Craft Curator, will give us a private tour of the current show at the HCCC, "At Your Service". This exhibition examines the plate as a cultural touchstone beyond its every day utility. Included are works by Amelia Toelke, Niki Johnson, Gesine Hackenberg, and Molly Hatch.


ClayTalks  is meeting Monday, February  8,2016 from 7pm -9pm at Becks Prime in the Houston Heights (115 W 19th St, Houston, TX 77008) All levels of clay experience are welcome!  There is no obligation to bring work in order to participate in the events of the evening.  



Clay: Body, Mind, and Soul

at the Jung Center, 5200 Montrose Blvd., Houston, TX

From April 2 - 28th

Congratulations to

Best of Show: Roy Hanscom - 7 Lidded Form

Special Merit Award - Mary Fischer - Chairs at the Southwest School of Art

Terri Feltz-Fox - Loon Sunset

and all our participants!


See the Houston Calendar for more information on these and other upcoming events!  



Recent Events:

The slideshow below shows images from our 2015 symposium with Randy Johnston and Tim Rowan.  Thank you Kim Watson for the images.    



Recent events include Dan Hammett's work at 18 Hands Gallery, ClayTalks, and guest juror Dan Hammett with several artists from the Nourish Exhibition.

Contact ClayHouston at info@ClayHouston.org

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