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Fall Gallery Exhibitions – September 11 through October 30, 2021

Artists Reception: Saturday, September 11, 6-8 pm. This autumn Baltimore Clayworks hosts two intriguing shows of figurative sculpture and functional vessels. Future Ancestors in our …

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2021 Mary E. Nyburg Fund for Artist Development Awarded

We remember and honor Mary E. Nyburg, a nationally respected potter, crafts advocate, teacher, and one-time Baltimore Clayworks Resident Artist, whose love for the crafts …

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Hae Won Sohn Wins 2021 Janet & Walter Sondheim Artscape Prize

Top: Hae Won Sohn; Bottom: “Consolidation”  Artist Statement and artwork available for download here. BALTIMORE, JULY 8, 2021 – The Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts (BOPA) is proud to …

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Ceramic lidded jar. "Horizon Jar"

INSPIRED BY MALCOLM: A PASSION FOR SHINO on view through September 5.

On View at Sandy Spring Museum Exhibition juror: Matthew Hyleck, noted ceramic artist and education coordinator at Baltimore Clayworks. This juried exhibition features 64 original …

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Time Flys, ceramic sculpture, by Jenny Reed

Gallery Exhibitions – July 10-August 28. Artists’ Reception: July 10, 2021, 6 to 8 pm

How Everything Changes & All Stays the Same by Jenny Reed, Resident Artist and In and of Other Times by Tyler School of Art and …

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Hae Won Sohn installation at the Walters Art Museum

Former Resident Artist Hae Won Sohn, 2021 Sondheim Finalist Reviewed in ‘BmoreArt’ and on View at Walters Art Museum

Read the article by Bret McCabe in BmoreArt, June 14, 2021. “There’s something thrillingly lost-in-time-and-space about Sohn’s work right now. Time itself is notoriously difficult …

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