Northern Clay Center


Emerging Artist Grant Recipients

JANUARY 14 – FEBRUARY 19, 2023
Main Gallery

Join us in celebrating the achievements of our 2021-22 Emerging Artist Grant Recipients. Northern Clay Center administers several grant programs designed to support artists in the early stages of their careers through residencies, grants, and education. This exhibition features the work of Z Kaplan, Andrew Rivera, Persis Wade, Jason Wang, and Joel Willson.



JANUARY 14 – FEBRUARY 19, 2023
Galusha Gallery

ReCollect showcases select donated objects (both older and more contemporary) from various private and personal collections. 100% of proceeds from these sales support a variety of opportunities for emerging artists, including the Emerging Artist Residencies, which now annually provide two artists with a fully-subsidized studio space and a modest firing/materials stipend.


Ceramic Classes for Adults & Kids

We offer virtual and in person (as safety allows) classes for clay lovers of all ages and aptitudes. Never touched clay before? Try Land of Round Pots. Long-time ceramic artist looking for new skills? Check out our Special Topics Classes. Is a kid in your life missing after school programs? Yep, we’ve got a class for that too.

Shop Ceramics

We add new pots from the country’s most exciting makers to our online sales gallery every week so that you can keep your collection current and find great handmade gifts for your loved ones.

Shop most recent additions.

Check out our monthly Featured Artist show.

Pick up a piece from our secondary market sale.


Grants, Residencies, & Studios

Artist Studios

Grants and Residencies

Grant Program Alumni


In the Galleries


JANUARY 14 – FEBRUARY 19, 2023 Galusha Gallery

Emerging Artist Grant Recipients

JANUARY 14 – FEBRUARY 19, 2023 Main Gallery Artist talks: Friday, January 13, 4 pm (hybrid) Public reception: Friday, January 13, 6 – 8 pm


Let’s get clay in your community

Northern Clay Center’s ClayToGo outreach program brings the ceramic arts into the community! Whether at a school, library, senior living facility, adult day center, or summer camp, NCC can bring the materials and teaching artists with clay expertise to your location!