PUBLIC events


The events at the NH Clay Project work to support our mission to foster an environment that supports the investigation of new ideas and work of ceramic artists. We have various events offered throughout the year that are free and open to the public, such as artist lectures, exhibitions and open studio days. For timely notifications, visit our social media pages on Facebook and Instagram or sign up to receive our newsletters!


CURRENT EVENTS


art. beauty. taste.

monday, nov 20, 2017 | 6:00 pM

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

WORKING MEN'S INSTITUTE | 407 tAVERN sT., NEW hARMONY, in 47631

Join us as we explore the work of James Lee Webb, our current artist-in-residence. James will speak about his recent body of work in New Harmony, Lexical-gustatory synesthesia as an explorative tool for art making and what the ethos of authenticity means to him through his synesthesia.


 

 

PAST EVENTS


 
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oPEN STUDIO: POT-A-THON 

sATURDAY, jUNE 3, 2017 | 10:00 AM- 4:00 PM

New harmony clay project studio | 420 North st., NEW hARMONY, in 47631

Join the merry pranksters at the NH Clay Studio for a day of ceramic fun! We will be throwing on the wheel, pinching pots, producing elbow pots, mud splatting and much more! Free and open to all ages!

 

 
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A SOUTHERN PERSPECTIVE

MONDAY, APRIL 17, 2017 | 6:00 - 7:00 PM

WORKING MEN'S INSTITUTE | 407 tAVERN sT., NEW hARMONY, in 47631

A presentation by Mitzi Davis, NH Clay Project resident artist. Mitzi will speak about her passion for creating functional objects and how she blends her childhood nostalgia into her ceramic artwork. Lecture is hosted by the New Harmony Kiwanis International Club and is free and open to public.

 

 

HARRIS DELLER: lecture

Friday, sEpt 8, 2017 | 7:00 pM

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

WORKING MEN'S INSTITUTE | 407 tAVERN sT., NEW hARMONY, in 47631

Harris Deller is interested in contradictions and dualities; paradox, juxtaposition, yin and yang. Using shapes, forms, colors, and textures, he is drawn to abstraction as a way to uncover and make visual those phenomenon. Join us as we explore his extensive career as a ceramic artist and his personal approach to clay as a medium.