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APRIL 30 – JUNE 20
This year, Northern Clay Center marks its 30th Anniversary with a group exhibition featuring the work of artists who have been at the core of a vibrant exhibition program over the years. It would be folly to think it possible to embody the full range of the contributions of the many talented, thrilling, controversial, and wise voices of 30 years of exhibiting artists, let alone offer an exhaustive exploration, in one exhibition. Rather, it’s intended as an elegant sampling of relationships and the possibilities of clay as a medium.
How It’s Going
APRIL 30 – JUNE 20
Emily Galusha Gallery
How It’s Going offers space for past Emerging Artist Grant Recipients and MN NICE alumni to share where their lives as artists have taken them since their time at NCC. Artifacts of careers in fashion, videography, engineering, architecture, and of course, ceramics help create an intriguing visual dialog.
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.
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
Grants and Residencies
Grant Program Alumni
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!