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September 2020 Newsletter

Pottery Classes


Our next session will begin the week of September 21st.  Current students have priority registration until September 10th. The registration fee is $225 for new students, plus  pottery tools and clay.  Details on our website.

Evening Classes, 6 to 8:30pm
  Mondays, Sept. 21 to Oct. 26- Wait list
  Tuesdays, Sept. 22 to Oct. 27 - Wait list
  Thursdays, Sept. 24 to Oct. 29 - Wait list

Morning Classes. 10am to 12:30pm
  Tuesdays, Sept. 22 to Oct. 27 - Full
  Wednesdays, Sept. 23 to Oct. 28 - Wait list
  Thursdays, Sept. 24 to Oct. 29 - Wait list
  Saturdays, Sept. 26 to Oct. 31 - Wait list

If you would like to be on the waiting list, please give us a call at 253-254-7961.

Mark is in need of packing peanuts. Please let us know if you have any to donate.  

Clay Gnome Workshop

 

Sunday, September 27th, 4:30 to 6:30pm

clay gnome workshopWe still have a few spots In this fun workshop! You will learn how to make your own garden gnome out of clay! Leave your gnome with us to dry and we’ll fire it in our kiln.  Come back in a couple of weeks to paint it. We’ll fire it in the kiln again and your gnome will be ready to go home with you a week after you paint it.

Cost:  $35/person. Seating is limited to no more than 8 people

Reserve Your Spot!

Mark's brother recently sent us a bunch old photographs.  It was fun to see pictures of Mark at Old Town Potters, where he rented studio space from 1977 to about 1985.  Coincidentally, Old Town Potters was located at 2202 N. 30th Street, just down the block from where we are!


Paint Your Own Pottery


We have fall items to paint for drop-in painters of all ages!  Seating is limited to maintain physical distance.  

Pottery-to-go Kits
Choose your pottery items online and we'll pack it up for you, with your choice of colors, to paint at home. 

Gallery News!

SIDEWALK SALE:  SEPTEMBER 12-13

We have new stock  from  Loren Lukens!  Loren's studio, Brace Point Pottery is in West Seattle.  His forms are extensions of traditional pottery with contemporary variations. They're strong, sleek and sculptural with a bold painterly surface and rich glaze treatment. 
We also got new stock from STILLFire Pottery.  Their studio is located on Whidbey Island. Through her work Carol Ann Bauer connects with people in the simple activities of life - serving food, displaying flowers, creating a quietly beautiful focal point in a room, or taking a moment to reflect with a cup of coffee or tea.
     

Join the conversation! Request to join our private Facebook group for Throwing Mud Gallery Students


Use #tmgpotterystudent when sharing your pottery photos on social media!

 
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Upcoming Events


Labor Day - Closed
September 7

Sidewalk Sale
Sept. 12-13

Session 4 ends  
September 19

Clay Gnome Workshop
September 20

Session 5 begins
September 21

Clay Gnome Workshop
September 27


Links
Throwing Mud Gallery
Clay Art Center
Washington Clay Arts Assoc.
Ceramics Daily
Tacoma Arts
Mark Hudak Pottery
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