Clay Art Guild of the Hamptons


11:00 AM11:00

Bowls of Plenty

Select a beautiful handmade bowl! Join us for lunch-soups, bread and dessert. All proceeds are given to the Watermill Museum.

Bowls Of Plenty -- a luncheon benefit for the Water Mill Museum -- runs from 11 am to 2 pm at the museum, raises monies our museum partner and is our biggest event of the year.  As in years past, we plan on offering upwards of 100 handmade bowls for sale, plus a dozen or more tasty, homemade soups to fill those bowls, together with breads and dessert. Volunteers are needed to prepare soup and serve.  Items for the event must be bisque fired and glazed by students before the event and left at CASH for pick-up. Bisque and glaze charges are waived for the event

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9:30 AM09:30

Enliven Event: Glazing with Alicia Mack

Have you wanted to learn more about layering glazes? Or how to glaze pieces to get good results? In this class, we will cover applying glaze using multiple methods, waxing for pattern, layering, and how to choose the right surface for you. Bring some bisque ware to work on!

Free for Guild members/$25.00 for non-members.

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1:00 PM13:00

Enliven Event: "Get A Handle on It!" with Phyllis Spiegel and Joan Walton

Master potters Joan Walton and Phyllis Spiegel will host this clinic on pulling handles at the Clay Art Studios in Watermill.

Wednesday, June 26th at 1pm until 3pm in the new Clay Art Guild studio in Watermill Square.

This event will have discussion and demonstration but will also be a clinic for participants to be guided through good handle-making techniques. 


Free for members and $25 for guests.

We will address handles and lugs for mugs, cups, lids, pitchers, casseroles, you name it. Let's have fun!

Free for Guild members/$25.00 for non-members.

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to Apr 14

Masters Workshop: Alison Palmer-BOXES-Demo/Slideshow

$250 members/$325 non-members

Demo workshop, slide show, refreshments and lunch both days.

This is a two-day demo-only workshop. Alison will show the different ways that she makes her boxes using coils and slabs. She will demonstrate her methods for making the lids, handles, feet, and knobs, or her animal handles. Alison will also show how she textures the slabs before the construction starts.  Participants will have the opportunity to make small texturing tools while watching the demonstrations. The workshop will be two wonderful days of imparted technical advice as well as great conversation. There will also be a power point presentation of Alison's journey with clay from her early days running a production studio to her one of a kind soda and wood fired pots to her experimental firings in Mexico.

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10:00 AM10:00

Members Museum Tour- Museum of Art and Design

Tour the Museum of Arts and Design in NYC. 11:45 meet at Museum.

Exhibits include: Sterling Ruby: Ceramics, The Burke Prize 2018-The Future of Craft Part 2, and MAD collects-The Future of Craft Part 1.

The docent led tour is $30 for Guild members, payable to Joan Walton.

For info please contact:

Transportation not provided. Lunch to follow tour.

2 Columbus Circle NYC


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