Baltimore Clayworks is committed to inclusion by promoting creative opportunities to all children, adults, and seniors. Baltimore Clayworks partners to curate and provide ceramics classes within schools, community centers, churches, and social service agencies, along with outreach and recovery programs throughout Baltimore City and the surrounding regions.
If you have an interest in offering a BCW program at your site or building an opportunity for your group, please reach out to the Community Arts Manager to create a learning opportunity built for your community.
Current Partnerships Include:
Evening Reporting Center for the Department of Maryland Juvenile Services
St. Francis Neighborhood Center
Baltimore County Public Schools
National Federation of the Blind
Baltimore Clayworks was awarded funding through the Summer Funding Collaborative that supported over 50 youths through a stipend visual artist apprenticeship opportunity focused on social-emotional learning and portfolio building.
Baltimore Clayworks has facilitated connecting nationally renowned artists with communities to produce collaborative, permanent artworks. Participating artists and community sites have included:
- George Rodriguez, Philadelphia, PA at CASA of Maryland
Angelica Pozo, Cleveland, OH at Waxter Center in Baltimore
Carlos Alves, Miami, Fl. At CC Jackson Rec Center
Leroy Johnson, Philadelphia, PA at St. Frances Academy Community Center, Baltimore City
Herb Massie, Baltimore, MD with Mondawmin Coordinating Council, Living Legacy Foundation, Jubilee Arts, and Park Heights Renaissance, George Washington Carver High School, Patapsco Elementary School, Sankofa Children’s Museum
Laura Jean McGloughin, Pittsburgh, PA with Good Shepard Center, Halethorpe, MD
Myung Rye Kim, from Seoul, Korea with Sheppard Pratt Hospital, Towson, MD
Ching-Yuan Chang, Taiwan, ROC with Baltimore Clayworks, Baltimore MD
Dominique Hellgeth, Baltimore, MD with Jubilee Arts, Baltimore, MD
Mike Alewitz with six sites in Worcester, Somerset, Harford, and Baltimore Counties and Baltimore City.
Mama Sallah, Baltimore MD with Harford Heights Elementary School and Womb Works
Baltimore Clayworks maintains its commitment to the communities we serve throughout Baltimore City and in the region. If you are a community group interested in hosting clay programming at your location, please contact Christina Marsh, Community Arts Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.