Surfaces for Sculpture – workshop with Lisa Clague

The first day our concentration will be on surfaces for wet clay and greenware. Multiple cracking techniques, painting underglaze and oxides on plaster, shellac resist etc. I will cover metal and clay as well as my fabric and slip dipping methods.
The second day we will work with finishes for bisque and post fire, glazes, oxides, graphite, metal powders, encaustic, resin etc. You will create numerous tiles which you will take home for future reference.
You can bring your own clay or use my white earthenware. Bisque tiles will be provided.
Dates: May 14th and 15th 10am – 5
Lunch will be provided both days
Cost: $400
Location: 441 Sandy Branch Rd, Bakersville NC
We have many airbnbs in the area for students to stay. If you are flying in, Asheville airport and Tri Cities airport are both approximately an hour away.
Message me if you’re interested, [email protected]

call for entry: Brush Dip Pour

The Golding-Yang Gallery is excited to host a juried exhibition highlighting ceramic works that utilize slip as a decorative element. “Liquid clay” can be used in numerous creative ways using various techniques and applications. This exhibition seeks to showcase the diverse work that is being created in both functional and sculptural ceramics, and the unique surfaces that can be achieved through the use of slip.

JUROR: Minsoo Yuh

Entry Fee: There is no entry fee. Artists may submit up to three works each.

ELIGIBILITY: The exhibition is open to all artists (age 18 or older) located anywhere in the United States and abroad. All works must be primarily ceramic. Mixed media works will be accepted only if ceramic materials are the primary media. All works must incorporate the use of clay slip on the surface. This exhibition is open to functional and sculptural work.

Email Melissa Yungbluth, Gallery Director at [email protected] with entries or any questions you may have.

For more information and to download entry forms:

movie day: Enter the Dragon: Jennifer Ling Datchuk

The San Antonio Museum of Art (SAMA) has acquired nine artworks by eight San Antonio-based artists, including “​Enter the Dragon”, 2020 by Jennifer Ling Datchuk (American, born 1980)​​. The acquisitions are part of the Museum’s Initiative to Acquire Art by Contemporary San Antonio Artists. Film Produced by Walley Films. Generous support for this project provided by Art Bridges. Learn more at

call for entries – 12th Annual Clay International @ Workhouse Arts Center

The Workhouse Arts Center (WAF) is excited to announce its “Call for Entries” for its 12th annual Workhouse Clay International Exhibition 2022. This is an open call for functional and/or sculptural ceramic artworks.  The Workhouse Arts Center is excited to continue promoting and exhibiting the best of contemporary ceramic artwork being created throughout the US and abroad.

Juror- Tony Clennell

Workhouse Arts Center 12th Annual Clay International Prospectus

Submittable form for Workhouse Arts Center 12th Annual Clay International