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Community Arts Gallery

Past Community Arts Exhibition


June 7 - 21
Getting Things Done
An exhibition celebrating the collaboration between AmeriCorps, MICA, and Baltimore Clayworks.

April 19 - May 31
A Thriving Place
Featuring ceramics made by students at the Clay for All! satellite studio at Jubilee Arts.

March 1 - April 12
Wise Works
The artwork created between 2012-2013 during the Creative Aging Program at Zeta Center will be on display.

Jan 11 - Feb 22
Mapping Clay’s Impact
This exhibition explores the reach of the Community Arts Program from 2009 – 2013.


November 16, 2013 - January 5, 2014

The Fetzer Institute, Tuerk House and Clayworks
October 5 –November 9, 2013

Community Arts Teaching Artists
August 17- September 28, 2013

Community Arts Collaborative
June 1-15, 2013

Clay in Baltimore’s Schools
April 20-May 25, 2013

Global Perspectives: Refugee Youth Project
March 2- April 13, 2013

Baltimore Clay for All: Community Studios in Baltimore City
January 12-February 23, 2013


Recreation and Parks
October 6-November 10, 2012

Community Arts Teaching Artists
August 11th- September 22nd

Creative Aging
June 23rd-August 6th

Community Arts Collaborative- CAC
June 2nd-16th

Clay for the City
April 14-May 26

Cups of Community
March 3rd- April 14th

The Book and the Maker
January14-February 26


Winterfest Holiday Sale
November 19th- December 31st
Annual invitational exhibition celebrating the gift of art.

Kyle and Kelly Phelps at the Tuerk House
October 1st-November 12th, 2011

Community Arts Teaching Artists
August 13th- September 24th, 2011

Creative Aging
June 25th-August 6th, 2011

June 4-18, 2011

Jubilee Arts Center
April 23-May 28, 2011

Dr. Rayner Browne Academy
March 5-April -16, 2011

Mother Seton Academy
January 15-February 5, 2011


Portraits of Community
Faces in Clay
October 2-November 13, 2010

A Personal Touch
Community Arts Teachers
August 14-September 25

Voices of Baltimore
22 Years of Community Arts
June 26-August 7, 2010

Wisdom from the Earth
Katti Sta. Ana and the Seniors of Jubilee Arts
June 5- June 26, 2010

1000 Cups of Hope
ARTvantage Residency with Justin Rothshank
April 24-May 29, 2010

Sandtown Stories
Jubilee Arts Satellite Studio
March 6-April 17, 2010

Transformations in Clay: Mother Seton Academy
The work in this exhibition was created by students in Mother Seton Academy’s Clay Club.

Sculpting Youth: Pimlico Road Satellite Studio Saturday Classes for Young People
At Baltimore Clayworks Pimlico Road community satellite site, youth aged 10 to13 years old created movable sculpture with many ceramic parts using hand building techniques to express their ideas and loved ones in clay in the class “Sculpt the Muse” under teacher Melissa Harrison.


The collaborative pieces created by participants at Clayfest are on display in the Community Arts Gallery! Clay creatures made out of air dry clay create a story of community.

From the Studio to the Community
Community artists and teachers who attended the National Endowment for the Arts funded, More Than Skin Deep, workshops with artist, Jenny Mendes, take ideas, inspirations and techniques back to the community. The exhibited artworks are the resulted creations from community arts classes in Baltimore City.

  • Summer Highlights

    Baltimore Clayworks is proud to present a sampling of student work from our Satellite Studio located in the Pimlico Road Arts and Community Center. The work represents students of all ages who participated in a six week class or a one day workshop during our late summer session.

  • Timeless Memories
  • Artist Teacher Partnership

    Baltimore Clayworks, Baltimore Partners for Enhanced Learning, and Mt. Royal Elementary/Middle School present a collaborative show that was crafted out of Baltimore Partners for Enhanced Learning's fall 2007 "Artist Teacher Partnership".

  • What is Tradition?

    At Mt. Royal Elementary/Middle School, Class 605 completed a ten-day arts integrated unit combining social studies and visual art. The students in this class researched the question "What is Tradition?" in order to gain a better knowledge of Japanese art, culture, and history.

  • What is Empathy?

    In a collaborative effort, Mount Royal Elementary/Middle’s Class 801 worked with Baltimore Partners and Baltimore Clayworks to answer the question: What is Empathy?

  • Free Fall 2007 November 13–23, 2007

    During the month of October, Baltimore Clayworks hosted 10 free Get Fired Up! workshops at our studios in Mt. Washington and Forest Park.

  • The companion exhibition to RED October 13–November 10, 2007

    The RED exhibition includes work Clayworks has received from national artists who participated in exploring the theme of red. Clayworks also brought this theme to young people and senior adults in community-sited programs who created work based on the theme.

  • Beginning Clay for Kids and Mask Making April 2–30, 2007
  • Beginning Clay for Kids

    The Beginning Clay class at Baltimore Clayworks Forest Park is an introduction to a variety of techniques commonly used by ceramic artists as they manipulate clay.

  • Mask Making

    The Mask Making exhibit is a result of study focused on masks and their purposes in a variety of cultures including, but not limited to, African, Roman, Egyptian and American.

  • Everyone Deserves an Ark February 2–March 31, 2007

    At Baltimore Clayworks, we believe that everyone deserves an ark.

  • Fall 2006 Wrap-Up

    Baltimore Clayworks offered a number of other exciting community-based art programs this fall, notably our series of Get Fired Up workshops, supported by the Free Fall Baltimore initiative.

  • Flora and Fauna November 11–22, 2006

    Come see this wonderful and whimsical work on display in our community arts gallery!

  • Three Wonderful Years: A Photo Retrospective of Baltimore Clayworks Mondawmin
    September 2–November 4, 2006

    Our committed team of artists and staff transformed an empty commercial space in the mall into a haven of creativity where professional artists lead affordable, accessible arts programs for the community.

  • Seeds of Potential July 29–August 23, 2006

    In the gallery you will see clay seeds, envisioned and crafted by community artists, resident artists, students, staff, board members, and people altogether brand new to Clayworks ranging in age from1 to 91.

  • Out of the Box July 8–22, 2006

    Work by middle and high school students in our A-Teams program.

  • Baltimore Clayworks Mondawmin Student Exhibition January 7–26, 2006

    An exhibition featuring works created at Baltimore Clayworks Mondawmin by senior adults and young people in the A-Teams program.

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