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.



The ClayHouston PopUp Marketplace will be a 1 day event for members to sell their functional and sculptural works to the Houston community. ClayHouston is providing an indoor space for members to set up their displays in 6’x6’ and 10x’10’ spaces. We are hoping that this Marketplace will draw in people from across the Greater Houston area and that it will become a successful and yearly event.

When & Where

  • Location: Resurrection Metropolitan Community Church
  • Address: 2025 W 11th St, Houston, TX 77008
  • Date: July 28th, 2018  
  • Time: 11 AM - 3 PM


Registration Deadline for Members:

  • Register between June 8 - July 15
  • Booth Space is Limited to 24 Spaces


Social Media for the Visual Artist

Program co-presented 
by Houston Metal Arts Guild and ClayHouston

Guest Speaker: Angel Oloshove


Hosted by the New Glassell School of Art

A dynamic program talking about the power of social media marketing and how to apply it to your growing art career.  This lecture will include a social media marketing plan for the contemporary artist.  You will leave with a better understanding of how to represent and share your work to larger audience online.

Register Here



Studio Demonstration with V. Chin
at his teaching studio


Seating is limited to 14 registrants

Vorakit Chinookoswong, known widely as V. Chin, has been crafting fine porcelain and stoneware pieces for over 30 years. A veteran of art festivals and gallery shows throughout Texas, Chin creates glossy stoneware vases, bowls, cups, and other pieces bearing his signature clay frog.

Striving for a balance between aesthetics and function, Chin's goal is to simply create "good" ceramics. His subtle glazing adds an extraordinary level of elegance to his pottery.

Born in Thailand, Chin moved to Japan at an early age, where he graduated from the Kyoto Institute of Technology. He trained as an apprentice with several prominent Japanese ceramic artists before moving to the United States in 1980.

This is a free Studio Demonstration

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To Register: Click Here

  

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

30 Jun 2018 2:00 PM • Glassell Auditorium, 5101 Montrose Blvd, 1st Floor, Houston TX
28 Jul 2018 11:00 AM • Resurrection Metropolitan Community Church, 2025 W 11th St., Houston TX 77008
17 Aug 2018 10:00 AM • 1001 Louise St, Houston Tx 77009

Contact ClayHouston at info@ClayHouston.org

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