The Kawartha Potters Guild’s first ever fundraiser, Celebrate Ceramics, was an outstanding success! This sold out event featured 68 pieces of pottery donated from members of our guild and from…
June Members Meeting – Sunday June 12th – 2:00 p.m. Via Zoom – Presenter – Steve Irvine
Next Board Meeting – Monday June 13th – 5:30 p.m. Via Zoom
Summer Flex Clay is back!
Our popular flex clay classes are back again this summer. Please check our classes page for details or to book.
Summer Clay & Crafts Camp – 2022
Registration for this popular camp is live and filling up fast! We have weeks that are already full! Don’t delay to ensure your kids a place this summer. Please check our camp page for details or to register.
Guild Fundraiser – Own your own Trillium!
There are still a few of these unique pieces left.
Expanding on the Kawartha Potters Guild successful tribute to the Vimy Ridge Trillium project, the Guild is delighted to announce a Fundraising Campaign featuring our Ontario Trillium. These beautifully crafted functional dishes, by local potters, are available for sale at $29.00 each. These Trilliums are functional and food safe dinner ware, making wonderful gifts: for housewarmings, visitors, showers or just a keepsake for yourself.
The fundraising efforts will assist the Guild to continue offering classes to the public, allow our members to grow as artists, and the Pottery Shop to offer locally made gifts. Shop Local, Support Local during this difficult time in our history.
To order, please contact our Administrator and make sure to include TRILLIUM in the subject line. Please indicate how many you desire. You will be contacted via email when items are ready for pick up and you will have the opportunity to choose the perfect one (s) for you. Pay via Visa/MC or cash/cheque or etransfer once you choose your own individual Trilliums.
As we move forward through Covid-19, we are continuing to test the waters with classes and member workshops. We hope to offer public workshops soon. Please check back for updates.
Priya first trained informally in the late 1970s, in high-fire porcelain. Soon after, she set up her own studio, to make wheel-thrown mid-fire porcelain and stoneware. Throwing and working on…