So many exceptional people come through Baltimore Clayworks. These folks come in all ages and sizes, colors and abilities. They come from neighborhoods all over, to gather at Clayworks with old and new friends to explore the joys and beauty of clay. That’s what we call “community,” and nothing conveys it better than Baltimore Clayworks. For each of us, and for our community over the years, Baltimore Clayworks has been #touchinglives like these.
Pictured here are a few examples of people who have had their lives touched by Clayworks. Keep checking this page and our social media for more stories of #touchinglives.
Baltimore needs Baltimore Clayworks and the its community #touchinglives like these. We count on the support of our donors to make this possible. Without personal financial contributions like yours, our stability would be on edge and future abilities at risk.
“Baltimore Clayworks for me is a second home. Home of creativity, belonging and sharing. Through the art of creative practice and curious engagement, I have been able to build a sense of belonging and connection with each valuable members of Baltimore Clayworks and its extended community within the local art scene.” - Hae Won Sohn (Resident Artist)
"A few years before turning 65, I started worrying about what I would do with myself once I retired. But after taking a couple of beginning wheel classes, I quit working early to spend more time at Clayworks making pots. Through Clayworks I have rediscovered how much I enjoy learning and creating and been able to meet so many good, interesting and talented people." - Barbra Donohoe (Student, Volunteer, & Donor)
"Clayworks has become a second family. The friendships formed, the encouragement offered, in a caring environment that provides for artistic expression and development,are unparalleled." - John Gazurian (Board Member, Student, Volunteer, & Donor
To share your story of how Clayworks has touched your life, please email email@example.com with #touchinglives in the subject line.