Mother Of All Pottery Sales

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Union Project says
Mark your calendar now for our fourth annual Mother of All Pottery Sales, a clay celebration that brings ceramic artists and lovers together!

Bring your friends and family to watch a live demonstration by professional ceramic artist Sharif Bey, buy locally made pottery by the region’s top ceramic artists, admire exhibiting ceramic artwork, and get creative with hands-on art activities.

Wigle Whiskey, Relish, Black Forge Coffee House, Gyros N'at, BRGR - Pittsburgh, and more will be on site to keep you energized throughout the day!

Schedule for hands-on art activities in the studio:
* Be part of the Community Blooms! Join local artist Jeff Brunner from the Hey Beast Studio to make clay flowers together for a public garden in the neighborhood from 11:00 AM – 1:30 PM
* Join Mattress Factory - Museum of Contemporary Art to create one-of-a-kind recycled material collage magnets from 2:00 – 4:30 PM.

2017 Participating Artists:
Blake Anthony (Pittsburgh Pottery)
Molly Bee
Kimberlyn Bloise
Mary Briggs
Meghan Burke
Ben Dames
Frank Defabo
Joe Delphia
Connie Finseth
Jeff Guerrero Ceramics
Keith Hershberger
Autumn Hyde
Carina Kooiman
Araina Marsden
Karen Mckee
Alyssa Ruberto
Mary Martin
Nancy Smeltzer
Antoinette Nero
Talon Smith
Maeve and Maighread Southard-Wray
Three Rivers Clay Works
Gloria Tsang
Jenna Sue Vanden Brink
Mark Vander Heide
Amanda Wolf (Wolf's Den Pottery)
Reiko Yamamoto Studio

The Mother of all Pottery Sales is supported in part by Monmade and Standard Ceramic Supply Company. Union Project's programs are supported in part by the Allegheny Regional Asset District.

In 2016, the Mother of All Pottery Sales featured more than 40 artists exhibiting and selling their work. Check out some of the photos from last year:

We are committed to being accessible to all. Union Project is wheelchair accessible via our Stanton Avenue door. Please let us know what accommodations we can make to ensure your experience is positive, contact Michelle Clesse at 412-363-4550 or if you have specific accommodations or needs.
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