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Art, Cannabis, and Women's Health Event
Join us for a free Ladies Night on Thursday, Sept. 26, at 6pm and learn the benefits of self-care and healing through the magic of art, cannabis, and holistic practices. We are proud to partner with Green Thumb Industries and Grassroots Healing to make this event possible. Learn more and register here.
Mount Royal Soap Co. Bathbomb Holder Workshop
See us at the Parade of Latino Nations & Community Cultural Event
We will have a table at the Parade of Latino Nations and Community Cultural Event on Sunday, Sept. 29 from 11am-6pm. The event is in Patterson Park and will feature over 40 folkloric dance groups, marching bands, schools, over 50 rodeo horses, and decorated floats.
Make your own beer stein in Union Hall on Thursday, Oct. 3, from 5:30-7:30pm. In this beginners workshop, students will make their own uniquely design steins and choose from a selection of glazes. Steins will hold approximately 12 oz, perfect size for a can of beer. One free Union Craft beer will be included with the workshop. Learn more and register here.
Baltimore Clayworks invites you to Fire Fest on Saturday,October 19th, from 6-10pm. Come for an evening of fiery celebrations including Clay Olympics, live music, food, drinks, and live kiln firings. Tickets are $25 for “Friends of Clayworks” members, $35 for non-members, and $40 at the door. Tickets are currently available by phone at 410.578.1919 or in person at 5707 Smith Ave - they will be available on our website in mid September.
Fire Fest is an exciting celebration of fire - one of a ceramic artist’s most important tools. Fire is essential to create ceramic wares, and can be seductive and dangerous. During the Fire Fest evening, artist Lars Westby will lead live Raku kiln firings and CCBC Essex Professor Trisha Kyner will lead her students in a live Obvara kiln firing. Both of these ceramic firing processes are thrilling and involve pulling a piece of clay from a 1650°F kiln, and then cooling it rapidly. Baltimore Clayworks Noborigama kiln will also be firing during Fire Fest. Clayworks’ Woodkiln Technician Jeremy Wallace will lead students from Towson University, CCBC Essex, Morgan State University, and MICA through the full two-day firing process. During this time, the kiln needs a continuous supply of wood fed into it. The ash from the wood coats the work in the kiln and creates wonderful, rich glaze effects.. Once the kiln reaches the desired temperature of 2300°F, the firing ends and the kiln is left to cool for a week.
Fire Fest will also include live music by The Wedge, fiery food, beer, and a Clay Olympics where attendees are invited to take part in multiple competitions that will test their clay skills. Winners will earn a ceramic award, handmade by artist and Towson ceramics professor Rich Holt.
Proceeds from this event will ensure the continuation of the incredible artistic and educational programs housed both at Clayworks’ Mt. Washington studio and gallery, and in locations around Baltimore City through their Community Arts program. Enjoy a fun-filled evening with friends and family and make a difference by supporting clay artists of all ages and abilities across the Baltimore region.
Baltimore Clayworks’ annual Seconds Sale Weekend is around the corner.
The Seconds Sale weekend begins with a Special Preview Party and Fundraiser on Friday, May 31st from 6-9pm to support all Baltimore Clayworks’ educational and artistic programming in Mount Washington and throughout Baltimore. This year your ticket includes wine, beer, and hors d’oeuvres. Plus, you will be first to shop from hundreds of handmade pottery, sculpture and ceramic objects made by local artists, all at discounted prices. Tickets are $45, $50 at the door. Purchase tickets online, at our front desk, or by phone (410.578.1919) from 10-4 weekdays and 11-4 weekends. *Tickets are transferable but non-refundable.
Join the party and show your generous support of Baltimore Clayworks.
The Seconds Sale Weekend continues on Saturday, June 1, and Sunday June 2, from 11am-4pm with bargains galore, and a Community-building Mosaic Project on the lawn. Bring your family and friends to browse and buy ceramics, and participate in the mosaic project. A last chance Box Sale on Sunday from 3-4pm features huge discounts on entire boxes of seconds. Saturday and Sunday activities are free and open to the public.
All weekend proceeds support Baltimore Clayworks’ educational and artistic programming in Mount Washington and throughout Baltimore.
We are pleased to have WYPR as our media sponsor.