Events

June 5 @ 10:00 am - July 3 @ 5:00 pm

Clay from the Classroom: Pandemic Version – On View in all Galleries

Julian Yost We are proud and excited to host the artworks from students of Baltimore Clayworks and T...

Classes and Camps are filing up.  Summer Camps for kids, Classes and Specia Sessions for Adults. Session begin June 22. Register to save your space now.

Events

June 5 @ 10:00 am - July 3 @ 5:00 pm

Clay from the Classroom: Pandemic Version – On View in all Galleries

Julian Yost We are proud and excited to host the artworks from students of Baltimore Clayworks and T...

Breaking . . .

Baltimore Claywoks and Towson State University student artists fill all three galleries with the work they created during the pandemic year.

Shop

Come visit the Shop and check out the new look. Shop amazing pieces by 15 new local and national artists, and see what is new with your favorites.

Regular Shop Hours:
Tuesday through Saturday from 10am to 5pm, and online anytime.   

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Classes

Summer Camps

This summer we offer TEN WEEKS of full-day camps for children ages 6-10, and 10-12.
All camps are for one week and run Monday through Friday. Each week is different so have some fun and sign up for more than one!

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Adults

Classes are offered for beginning through advanced adult students in wheel throwing, hand building, sculpture, a variety of glazing techniques, and wood kiln firing.

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Kids & Youth

Children's classes focus on fun and experimentation. And yes, they can be messy while students are building skills and confidence with their creativity. Class fees include all materials and firing.

Community

Artist George Rodriquez with two totemic figures

BCYF Grant and Guitierrez Legacy Grant Award

Baltimore Clayworks is the recipient of a 2021 Gutierrez Memorial Fund Legacy Grant. The grant is to create a public, community-based, art project that involves ceramic sculptor George Rodriguez and CASA of Maryland (advocates for Latinx and other immigrants).

After workships with the community, George will create totemic figure that will act as a welcoming beacon to those who go to CASA for services.

Check out our Community Arts projects and partners.

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