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. 



Upcoming Events:


ClayHouston General Meeting

ClayHouston invites you to our Summer Series!  All talks will be held at the Looscan Neighborhood Library, 2510 Willowick, Houston, Texas 77027.  The events are free and open to the public.  Questions? Email info@clayhouston.org.

Saturday, July 18 at 11am

Speaker: Natasha Hovey

Topic: Sunday Morning Residency

Artist Natasha Hovey will present her Sunday Morning residency at the European Work Center in the Netherlands.  

Saturday, August 15 at 11am

Speaker: Cary Reeeder

Topic: Don’t Be Afraid of the Big Bad Proposal: Exhibition and Grant Proposal Writing for Scaredy Cats

Writing proposals for art exhibitions and grants can seem like a daunting process. In this talk, Cary Reeder will cover the basic elements of exhibition and grant proposals including developing an exhibition or project idea, writing a bio, CV, and artist statement, as well as developing a budget, all with the goal of taking the fear out of the proposal writing process.


A big thank you to Beck's Prime in the Heights as they have agreed to host us for the rest of the summer!  ClayTalks will meet on the second Monday night of July (13th) and August (10th) at Beck's Prime from 7PM-9PM.  Feel free to come and go as you need for your schedule.  All levels of clay experience are welcome!  There is no obligation to bring work in order to participate in the events of the evening.   

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.    

13 Jul 2015 7:00 PM • Beck's Prime in the Heights



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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