About Us

About Us
Facilities
Campus and Facilities
The Baltimore Clayworks campus flanks the intersection of Smith Avenue and Greely Road in the northwest corner of Baltimore, MD in the historic neighborhood of Mt. Washington. It occupies two renovated historic buildings and a new studio wing, completed in 2005, and encompasses approximately 18,000 square feet of production and presentation space. The Clayworks Campus is right next to the Mt. Washington Light Rail station, making Clayworks easily accessible from BWI Airport, the Convention Center and Inner Harbor, Penn Station, northbound, and from Hunt Valley and Timonium southbound. Exit the Light Rail car and proceed straight ahead on foot. Baltimore Clayworks is also serviced by the #27 #58 #60 on the MTA bus line.
  • The Studio Building
    Our fully-equipped Studio Building includes:
  • 6 Resident Artist studios
  • Semi-private studio space rentals for long term studio renters (future)
  • Shelf rental in shared semi-private studio space for long term studio renters (Springboard)
  • 3 classroom studios
  • Glaze material rooms
  • 11 electric kilns
  • 4 gas kilns
  • Noborigama Wood Kiln (outdoor, two catenary chambers)
  • Specialized equipment
  • The Gallery Building
    Located on the north side of the campus, our large and graceful stone Gallery Building includes
  • staff offices
  • meeting spaces
  • four galleries (Exhibitions, Solo, Community Arts, and Sales)

Campus Tours

Baltimore Clayworks offers campus tours Monday-Friday. The group will tour our four galleries; Sales Gallery, Community Arts Gallery, Solo Gallery, and main Exhibition Gallery. Following the gallery tour, the group will be led through the three classrooms, resident artists’ studios, and kiln rooms. Demonstrations by a resident artist can be added to the tour for $50 per group, and hands-on activities are also available for $35 per participant. All tours must be scheduled at least two weeks in advance. To arrange a tour, please contact Campus Tour Coordinator at 410-578-1919 x10 or  gallery@baltimoreclayworks.org


What Baltimore Clayworks Offers to Visitors