June 3, 2019: ENTRY DEADLINE FOR SUMMERLIN FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS
Apply through Zapplication.org. This is a well-attended event on October 12th - 13th, with lots of sales opportunities. Three juried artists will be able to participate in this booth. Please be prepared to do demonstrations during the event. NCG members that have questions about this event can call Barbara Gomez at (702) 324-8367.
June 14, 6:30 pm: NCG MEETING ON TEAPOTS
Ernie Valdovinos will be hosting a Guild meeting where he will present a slide show on teapots. This is intended to inspire everybody to build a teapot in time for the upcoming juried exhibit entitled Desert Teapots in November at the Las Vegas City Hall Grand Gallery. The meeting address will be provided in an action alert closer to the date.
July 1, 2019 midnight - “Expressions in Clay” Entry deadline,
Nevada Clay Guild 14th Annual Member Exhibit
“Expressions in Clay”
By Members of the Nevada Clay Guild
Sahara West Library, 9600 West Sahara Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89117
Exhibit Dates: August 1, 2019 To September 28, 2019
Entry Registration & Fees Deadline: July 1, 2019 by midnight - email/postmark or Apply online
Library Drop-off: Wednesday July 31,2019 12 noon - 1:30 PM
Early Drop-off: Before July 27, 2019 contact firstname.lastname@example.org for drop off locations.
Opening Reception: Thursday, August 1, 2019 5:30-7:00 PM
After Exhibit Pickup: Sunday, September 29, 2019 noon to 1:30
self-expression through clay
Nevada Clay Guild strives to unleash Each Member's artistic potential by:
Actively encouraging and supporting a thriving community of ceramic artists in Southern Nevada.
Collaborating with local artists & artistic organizations.
Promoting the exchange of ideas, knowledge, craft and experience.
We believe that open and safe artistic expression is an essential part of any flourishing community and that art lifts the spirit and raises the collective consciousness.
We are sculptural, expressive, and functional artists who come together to gain inspiration and connect with others who share our art.
Our members encompass an amazing range of artistic endeavors and creative techniques within the Ceramic Arts: throwing, handbuilding, sculpting, slipcasting, low, medium, high fire, raku, salt, wood firings, and even glass and mixed media.
NCG and its members bring clay to the larger community through exhibitions, lectures, fundraisers, sales and in coordination with other arts and community organizations and schools.