The Nevada Clay Guild encourages its members to challenge themselves to learn new skills and find new inspiration and motivation by enriching their ceramic skills. What better why than a workshop?
Throughout the year, the Nevada Clay Guild offers its members a variety of learning of experiences. One of the best ways to achieve a new set of skills, learning new techniques, or get extra inspiration is through a workshop - an extended learning experience with a professional or emerging artist from the community or around the country.
We have some great workshops planned for the 2018-2019 year!
The Guild will be holding a Teapot Exhibit at Las Vegas City Hall in the Spring. The theme is Desert Teapots. As preparation, there will be a two-day teapot workshop.
Stay Tuned for details.
In preparation for our 19th Annual Empty Bowl Event in April 2019, we will be holding several Bowl-a-Thon, bowl-making session, events at Mission Hills Pottery in Henderson.
Next session, Sat. 10/27, 9 - 3.
We are thrilled that Tim See is coming to Vegas to teach a 2-day workshop in April 6 -7, 2019.
Details to Follow.
NCG DEMONSTRATION AT CLAYCON WEST 2019
January 18-20, 2019 St. George, UT
Premier! Three day event - Clay conference, demonstrations and workshops.
The following is a selection of workshops that offer exposure to leading and emerging ceramic artists. Be sure to check out our Calendar for workshops that the Guild feels would be of particular interest to our members.
Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Snowmass Village, CO
Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts, Helena, MO
Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Gatlinburg, TN
Ghost Ranch Workshops and Retreats, Abiquiu, NM
Idyllwild arts, Idyllwild, CA
Penland School of Arts, Penland, NC
The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, PA
Sierra Nevada College, Incline Village, Lake Tahoe, NV
Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts, Newcastle, ME
For more information, see the article, "The Best Places to Take Ceramics Classes across the U.S.," dated June 22, 2018.