Dedicated to our furry friends, Clay Art Center’s 2019 year-long focus will explore the animal kingdom and the rich source of inspiration they are for many contemporary artists. Four core exhibitions will examine how artists use anthropomorphism to convey messages about relationships, how we coexist with animals in the wild and in our homes, and the importance of preserving the animal kingdom to maintain the delicate balance of our shared ecosystem.
Our biggest sale of the year - come and discover fresh gift ideas and holiday treasures!
Residents Christine Fashion and Nikki Lau present their end of year exhibition.
Opening Reception: Saturday, Sept. 22, 6 - 8PM
Duo exhibition with Trisha Coates and Novie Trump
Duo exhibition with Artists-in-Residence Mike Cerv and Zoey Scheler.
THEY will exhibit artists whose work highlights voices marginalized and historically underrepresented in institutional spaces.
An annual exhibition featuring the talents of our students. This coming together of CAC’s dedicated class members will generate a lively and diverse exhibit of functional and sculptural works, creating a visual presentation of Clay Art Center’s strength in educational programming
50 Clay Art Center Artists and Invited Artists participate in our annual studio sale
International invitational of artists who combine digital technology with traditional studio techniques. Curated by Program Manager, Adam Chau.
National invitational of 6” ceramic tiles. Curated by Executive Director, Leigh Taylor Mickelson
2016-17 Barbara Rittenberg Fellow (Arbalaez) and Artist-in-Residence (Wall) duo exhibition.
National invitational of visiting artists exhibiting current artworks alongside their bisqued demonstrations left at CAC.
Opening Reception: Sunday, January 29, 3-5pm
National invitational of artists who have had studios at CAC throughout the decades. Curated by Director Emeritus, Reena Kashyap.
Students of Clay Art Center will display their work alongside their instructors to showcase what the studio has been making for the past year.
Regional and Nationally recognized artists showcase their work for the holidays - vessels, sculptures, and everything in-between will be available for this festive event.
50 regional artists exhibit in this contemporary cross section of vessel-making in the New York Metropolitan area.