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.

ClayHouston Member Giveaway

It’s a giveaway! ClayHouston members ENTER for a chance to win this self care package.  The lucky winner will be selected by random drawing and notified on June 15.

Giveaway includes:

  • Alborz Yunomi in Black by Forrest Middleton
  • 2 oz canister of ‘Summer Solstice’ loose tea from Houston-based Camellia Tea
  • Woven hand towel by Houston artisan KD Weave
  • Hardcover copy of ‘Vitamin C: Clay and Ceramic in Contemporary Art’ by Clare Lilley
  • Hardcover copy of ‘Cook Like a Local’ by Chris Shepherd and Kaitlyn Goalen


Virtual Clay Talks!

Join us on Thursday, June 25, from 6 - 7 pm on Zoom for a casual get-together. Feel free to bring a piece of work for show-and-tell if you’d like, or any clay questions/ideas you’ve been wanting to bounce around. It’s also just a chance to say hello and catch up.  Register


Member Social Media Take Over

In an effort to create connection and support for our community during COVID-19 and the lockdown, our members created demos, tutorials, studio tours etc. on Facebook and Instagram. Artist participants include:

  • Courtney Hassmann (4/10)
  • Abbie P Edmonson (4/13)
  • Judy Adams (4/15)
  • Sierra Estes (4/17)
  • Gabo Martini (4/20)
  • Denise Greenwood Loveless (4/22)
  • Nicolle LaMere (4/24)
  • Ron Loyd (4/27)
  • Jodi Walsh (4/29)
  • Lauren Clay (5/1)
  • Clay Leonard (5/4)
  • Jeff Forster (5/6)
  • Michelle Heinesen (5/8)
  • Jessica Phillips (5/11)
  • Libby DeLyria (5/15)
  • Stacy Kuropata (5/20)

  • Carl Berger (5/22)
  • Suzanne Shield-Polk (5/27)
  • Jacob Villalobas (5/29)



An update message from the Empty Bowls organizers:

The 16th annual Empty Bowls Houston event has been cancelled. The health and well-being of our volunteers, Craft Center staff, demo artists, sponsors, and guests is our top priority.
 
We are still considering ways to continue to get bowls out there, primarily through the Urban Harvest Farmers Market, once the market returns to a more convenient mode. The customers of the market have always been very interested and supportive of Empty Bowls, and many people have told us they wish we would be there more often.

As we organize the mini market events throughout the remainder of the year, we will post updates on our social media pages and the Empty Bowls website.


Obviously, we had hoped to raise significant money for the Houston Food Bank by this time of year. The Food Bank can certainly use funds, given what it is doing to feed those in need during this difficult time. Here’s to hoping we can still find a way to take advantage of your generosity of spirit for the community and your talents.

Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns: Sam.L.oldham@gmail.comIf possible, please store your bowls for next year.  If you cannot store them, please let me know and I'll arrange a safe pickup.

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

14 Jun 2020 12:00 AM • Online
25 Jun 2020 6:00 PM • ZOOM - link will be sent to attendees

Contact ClayHouston at info@ClayHouston.org, OR ClayHouston, P.O. Box 667401, Houston, TX 77266             

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