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Virtually September 17, 2020


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Open Call for Bayou City Clay Crawl

The call is open for artists to participate in our annual Bayou City Clay Crawl which will be taking place on Sunday, December 6th this year in a hybrid virtual/in-person format. We’re still adding Heights-area studios that wish to participate as well as guest artists who have the option to be in-person at host studios and/or sell their work online. Please email Anne Steacy ( by September 15th if you are interested in participating.

Open Call for ClayHouston Member Show

The call is now open to current ClayHouston members for our non-juried Virtual Member Exhibition, FORM, FUNCTION, DECOR: Bridging the Distance. We are honored to have artist and TSU art and ceramics professor Jesse Sifuentes serving as our exhibition judge. There will be awards of $150 each for ‘Best of Show’, ‘Best Functional’ and ‘Best Sculptural’.  Be sure to submit your work! The call will close on Monday, October 5th. Submit here


Social Media for your Creative Business VIRTUAL WORKSHOP - Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, MailChimp, Zoom.  Register Here

ClayHouston exists to cultivate, promote, and advance the ceramic arts in the Houston Metropolitan area and beyond. We work to provide our members with opportunities through education, professional development, exhibitions, workshops, and programs while partnering with local arts organizations to further our reach. Additionally, we create recreational programs as an opportunity for our members to socialize, build community and learn from one another in a casual atmosphere. ClayHouston was founded in 2004 and is a volunteer-run 501(c)3 non-profit organization.



  • Monthly Newsletter
  • Annual Member Exhibition
  • Member Profile page with photos on
  • Annual Pop-Up sale and Studio Tour sales event
  • Access to Houston’s Reuse Warehouse
  • Discounts on ceramics workshops, talks and events 


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Houston, TX 77266

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