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  • Absolutearts.com is a free DAILY arts news service of World Wide Arts Resources, the largest gateway and search search engine for arts information.
  • Amaco is a supply company for pottery, education and crafts that generously donates underglazes and glazes to Baltimore Clayworks’ Community Arts and on-site children’s programs.
  • Anderson Ranch Arts Center is a not-for-profit, year-round, visual arts community for artists of all levels and backgrounds. The 1998 summer workshop program offers nearly 100 workshops for beginning through professional artists in ceramics, painting, drawing, sculpture, painting, printmaking, woodworking, furniture design, photography, creative studies, digital imaging and a children's program. The workshops are taught by some of the nation's most respected artists and instructors. Travel expeditions all over the globe are also offered. Summer events include free lectures, tours, exhibitions and special events. Artist residency programs are also available.
  • Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts founded in 1951, the Bray is a non-profit, educational institution dedicated to the enrichment of the ceramic arts, offering residencies and specialized workshops to ceramic artists from around the world. The Bray also operates a clay business which sells ceramic arts materials, supplies, and equipment.
  • A.R.T. Studio Clay Company, Inc. Ceramics Supplies and Equipment.
  • Art Opprortunities Monthly has over $3,400,000 in each issue (email or ground mail) for artists in the form of juried competitions, grants, fellowships, residencies and other sources of money for artists. Also interesting things like calls for mail art, political posters, university art screenings and film and art festivals.
  • Artists & Communities recognizes the talents, skills, and education that artists bring to the exploration of important and sometimes difficult issues. The program offers community members the opportunity to work directly with innovative problem solvers in addressing issues particularly relevant to contemporary America.
  • Baltimore FunGuide. Baltimore, do you know what's going on? There's so much to do, but where do you turn to make plans? Right here. Plan your day, evening or weekend using BaltimoreFunGuide's comprehensive list of happenings across the entire region! To begin, use the FunFinder below to define your search. Use the links at the top of the page to browse by interest or sign up for 1/2 price tickets. Go on. Have more fun!
  • The Craft Emergency Relief Fund (CERF) is committed to supporting the careers of craft artists throughout the United States. Through business and career-strengthening programs, emergency relief support, advocacy and research CERF helps professional craft artists strengthen and sustain their careers so that they can thrive and, thus, contribute to the quality of life in our communities. Please visit craftemergency.org to see how you can help.
  • Ceramics Monthly founded in 1953, Ceramics Monthly is an internationally distributed magazine on ceramics art and craft. Each issue includes up-to-date information on artists/crafts people, exhibitions, events, marketing trends, and prices, process and technical data and equipment and supplies for the ceramic filed. For news as well as inspiration, you won't find a better source.
  • Ceramics Today is a comprehensive site exploring all aspects of ceramics and pottery. Here you will find the web's largest regularly maintained ceramics links database of around 1500 ceramics links, hundreds of articles, the 'Pot of the Week', 'Website of the Week', a new feature article every week and more.
  • ClassSearch.com provides the World Wide Web's most diverse directory and database of face-to-face and on-line recreational, personal, and professional enrichment learning opportunities.
  • The ClayStation is a navigation tool that guides one with ease through the world wide web of ceramics.
  • The Clay Studio is a non-profit educational arts organization dedicated to promoting the ceramic arts and work of new clay artists through its gallery, school, studio space, outreach programs, and lecture series. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Sunday 12 - 6 pm. It is the only non-profit organization in the Philadelphia region solely dedicated to education and instruction in the ceramic arts and serves as the primary resource center for professional clay artists, beginning and advanced students, and ceramic collectors throughout the region.
  • Clayworks Supplies, Inc. has been serving ceramic artists, schools, and community art centers since 1983. We have a full line of clay, glazes, tools, equipment and books. Our delivery truck serves Maryland, Delaware, Northern Virginia, Southern Pennsylvania and Washington, DC.
  • The Clay Worker's Ring was set up for potters & artist of ceramics and pottery. This will link sites of pottery artists with similar sites together and allow a visitor on one site to easily find the other sites in the ring.
  • CraftDirectory.org is one of the largest directories for Arts and Craft enthusiasts on the Internet. We have over 24,000 links in more than 900 categories.
  • European World Gallery: Fine Art Gallery featuring Picasso, Chagall, Miro, Dali, Leger, Braque, Matisse, Dufy, Calder, Lindner, Tarkay, Schluss, Gockel, Peter Max, Ferjo Paintings and Hand Signed Lithographs.
  • Baltimore Clayworks has been selected as one of Grandparents.com’s 101 Things To Do with Your Grandkids in Baltimore.
  • The mission of Greenwich House Pottery is to be that rare place where people of all ages, backgrounds, and skill levels can develop their creativity.
  • Inner Harbor Hotel Guide offers great rates on over 50 hotels near Inner Harbor in Baltimore. All of our hotels have been approved by AAA and the Mobile Travel Guide, the authorities in hotel inspection. All hotels offer a generous savings off of regular hotel rack rates. Visit Baltimore and enjoy your stay in one of the many great hotels near Inner Harbor!
  • iTheo.com is the first online marketplace dedicated to the needs of independent and emerging visual artists. Artists will be able to promote, market and sell their work to a world of new collectors, without the barriers of gallery walls. iTheo.com will launch early in the new year, but is currently accepting applications from artists.
  • The Ivy Bookshop
    A literary jewel tucked away in Mt. Washington, The Ivy Bookshop is an independent literary bookstore, carrying a broad range of titles with an emphasis on new fiction, non-fiction, biography, art, interior design, cooking and children’s books. The Ivy has partnered with and supported Baltimore Clayworks since 2012.
  • Jubilee Arts Center is a community program in Baltimore, providing arts classes to the residents of the Sandtown-Winchester, Upton, and surrounding neighborhoods in Baltimore, Maryland. Jubilee Arts is located on Pennsylvania Avenue, an area with a rich history of African-American culture, and is helping to bring the arts back to life in our community! They offer programming in dance, visual arts, creative writing and ceramics in partnership with the Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore Clayworks, area artists and writers, and dancers. Jubilee Arts is also part of the larger community development work of Newborn Holistic Ministries.
  • Lillstreet Learning Center (LSLC) is a 501c(3) arts education organization dedication to bringing hands-on experiences in clay to young people and adults of diverse socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds who lack regular opportunities for exposure to art in general and ceramics in particular.
  • Live Baltimore Home Center is Baltimore's most extensive neighborhood information and resource site!
  • Maryland Art Place is a contemporary non-profit arts center established in 1982 to: develop and maintain a dynamic environment for artists to exhibit their work, nurture and promote new ideas and new forms, and facilitate rewarding exchanges between artists and the public through educational leadership.
  • The Maryland Institute, College of Art , established in 1826, is the oldest independent, degree-granting, fully-accredited art college in the nation. Located in the historic Bolton Hill neighborhood of Baltimore, the Maryland Institute offers Bachelor of Fine Arts, Master of Fine Arts, Master of Arts in Teaching, and Master of Arts in Digital Arts degrees, as well as a five-year combined Bachelor of Fine Arts/Master of Arts in Teaching program. The campus of 16 buildings includes the Main Building and Mount Royal Station, both of which are included in the National Register of Historic Places. The campus also includes extensive exhibition spaces, featuring more than 90 exhibitions annually by national, regional, and international artists as well as students and faculty. The Maryland Institute is one of the most selective art colleges in the country. It has consistently been named among the top four visual arts colleges in the nation by U.S. News &emp; World Report.
  • MPT: Artworks: Maryland Public Television supports and promotes the thriving arts and culture sector of Baltimore and its surrounding region. Baltimore Clayworks’ ceramic artists and exhibitions have been showcased on MPT and has been a wonderful opportunity for us to gain new exposure and attention. Artworks, an all new Arts series, features intriguing profiles of established and emerging artists from across the country.
  • Mount Washington Village is an enclave of beauty, art, fashion and fine dining. Among the tree-lined streets are professional offices, shops, boutiques, galleries and cafes that will intrigue and delight. Whether you come for a unique beauty treatment, to browse the art and jewelry, for the Fall Festival or to dine at one of the many outdoor cafes, your visit to Mt. Washington Village will be a thoroughly enjoyable experience.
  • The National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts is a professional organization of individuals whose interests, talents, or careers are primarily focused on the ceramic arts. It became an organization in 1967 after several years of affiliation with the Ceramics Education Council of the American Ceramic Society. NCECA is a non-profit educational organization under 501-C-3.
  • Northern Clay Center's mission is the advancement of the ceramic arts. Its goals are to promote excellence in the work of clay artists, to provide educational opportunities for artists and the community, and to encourage and expand the public's appreciation and understanding of all forms of the ceramic arts.
  • Pewabic Pottery was founded in 1903 during the height of the Arts & Crafts Movement in America, Pewabic Pottery is today a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of the Arts & Crafts ideals while advancing contemporary ceramic arts through its full curriculum of educational programs, its support of individual artists, outreach to various communities, and leadership in the exhibition of contemporary and historic collections and archiving of scholarly research.
  • Sculptors' Incorporated is a Baltimore based non-profit association of artists and arts advocates committed to promoting sculpture through exhibitions, member services, forums, and public outreach.
  • SOHO Galleries is a exciting commercial gallery, established in Sydney in March '95, to provide young to mid-career artists with the space and exposure to place artworks in today's contemporary corporate and domestic environments.
  • Studio Potter is a non-profit organization dedicated to the service of the international community of ceramic artists and craftspeople.
  • www.studiopottery.co.uk–the UK's leading on line information site linking potters, galleries and collectors with a shared enthusiasm for Studio Ceramics.
  • Trax Gallery is a functional ceramic gallery representing many nationally known potters.
  • Tuerk House is a not-for-profit substance abuse treatment program established in Baltimore, Maryland in 1970. Tuerk House, Inc. provides residential and outpatient treatments and operates four recovery centers and hosts Baltimore Clayworks Community Arts programming for men in the 3.3 recovery program.
  • The Zeta Center for Healthy and Active Aging serves as the focal point for services to seniors in the Park Heights and Pimlico communities, striving to meet the physical, emotional and social needs of the seniors through programming and services that promote wellness, foster a sense of independence and self-worth, enhance the quality of life for all and promote a positive image of aging. Baltimore Clayworks has offered classes and workshops for senior adults, youth and families since 2010.