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Restoration & Community

Volunteers are busy pitching in to help the Restoration Team get the Baltimore Clayworks buildings ready to welcome back artists, students, teachers and friends. See photos below. Can you help with some volunteer hours or purchasing supplies? Please email clayworkstransition@gmail.com. Please also join us next week at our first Baltimore Clayworks Community Meeting since the […]

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It is Official! Baltimore Clayworks to ReOpen Under New Leadership

September 27, 2017 ———-  Baltimore Clayworks, Inc. today announced its new Board of Trustees and confirmed that the Mount Washington-based non-profit organization will reopen its doors and resume operations in October. Following an eight-month grassroots campaign to “Save Baltimore Clayworks” organized by students, artists, teachers and donors, the Agreement for the Continuation of Baltimore Clayworks […]

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Good News! Agreement Reached!

Agreement for ReOpening of Baltimore Clayworks Announced Today For the first time in many months, the news about Baltimore Clayworks is good.  The Clayworks Community LLC has reached an agreement with the Board of Trustees for the continuation of Baltimore Clayworks, Inc. Details will be announced upon the effective date, expected to be early next […]

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How soon could Clayworks reopen?

How soon?  If the bankruptcy papers are filed, it is possible that the Clayworks buildings will be sold for other purposes, and that the hope of continuing in our Studio/Classroom Building will be gone forever. It is also possible that working with the community and our many supporters, we can assemble a new organization to […]

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Working to Save Baltimore Clayworks

​A lot has happened since it became clear that the Board of Public Works  would not approve the Baltimore Clayworks sale contract on July 5, including the withdrawl of that contract, the closing of doors and canceling of camps and classes and programs, and communications from the Board of Trustees that it intends to file for […]

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Proposal To Save and Unify Baltimore Clayworks

Community Proposes Compromise Plan To Save Baltimore Clayworks The Community of Baltimore Clayworks supporters who have opposed the announced sale of two buildings in Mount Washington have proposed a compromise agreement to end the stalemate and return the organization to financial stability. The proposal calls for the nonprofit to retain ownership and continue operations in […]

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