Join Clay on Main members for our stop on the Fall Into Winter Tour. As just one of the many stops between Oley and Barto, Clay on Main is proud to offer holiday gifts handcrafted by our members.
Check out the map below to see all the stops on the tour, as well as hours, and individual shop information:
Click HERE to learn more about individual stops on the tour.
Recent events have made the future a little uncertain, ok- a little scary, really. But we’re here to help through a rough time.
Join us as we gather to share our experiences and collage our way to healing. This is a FREE event.
Clay on Main will host an Open Studio – with materials to create a collage. No art experience is necessary. Let the healing power of the images help you see your path forward.
Click HERE for more info about this event.
Create a lovely gift for special teachers, friends, or family members while spending family time together at the studio.
Porcelain ornaments made at the
workshop will be fired and ready in time for holiday gifts.
$5 donation per family, no experience necessary.
Call the studio to register, 610-987-0273, or register online HERE.
The season for thanks is upon us and as the last leaves fall to the ground, we head inside our warm homes to spend darkened hours with family and friends.
This time of year is a great time to begin focusing on the approaching holiday season. Clay on Main keeps it’s doors open and it’s studio warm and bright while offering holiday workshops, handmade gifts, and informative lectures. Check out what’s coming up in November and December at the Half Moon Cafe HERE, and elsewhere in the studio HERE.
Pick up something unique for special loved ones in your life at our Holiday Boutique, ongoing through December, or give the gift of knowledge by signing someone up for one of our wonderful workshops, happening now through Spring 2017.
Most of all, give THANKS, today, tomorrow, and everyday. Clay on Main thanks all those who help us throughout the year.
We’ve got a brand new class to offer!
If you’ve always wanted to try out GLASS, whether it be fused or stained glass, this is the perfect starter package. This class is geared towards the beginner, with an introduction into two methods of working. In four sessions you can expect to gain a better understanding of how to assemble a stained glass sun catcher as well as a simple fused glass piece. Check out the details, including start date (November 15th, don’t wait!) and class price HERE.
Private glass parties are also available. Schedule yours today! Contact the studio for details.
As many of you studio-goers know, Clay on Main sees many visitors through it’s doors. We have been fortunate enough to foster the type of learning environment that allows children and adults alike to create in clay, while exploring ideas and developing a comfort level with the medium. To say that working with clay is therapeutic is an understatement! Just like a warm home-cooked meal, clay has the ability to draw us together and open up our senses.
We’ve always taken pride in the good that a little hunk of clay in warm hands can do. Last Spring, the studio hosted The Sisterhood of Reading, a lovely collective of ladies who are creating a positive environment for African-American women in the area through mentorship. They wasted no time in creating beautiful clay mugs, as well as painting handmade bowls for the ‘Souper Bowl’, Opportunity House’s annual fundraiser. They were happy to share some of their photos with us on our Facebook page recently, and we’re happy to share them with you!
We always love new faces, but our hope is that new faces become long recognized faces as we see them come back again and again!
Check out a little of what the ladies from The Sisterhood of Reading created at Clay on Main:
Join us on the Clay on Main galleries for an exhibition of three local artists’ work. This show was lovingly curated by Kristen Woodward to showcase the unseen influences between these three very different artists.
Volunteers are needed at Clay on Main and various other locations for the following events:
Half Moon hospitality crew: Our Half Moon Cafe events need a hospitality host the night of each show during the Fall season.
A list of dates for each show, as well as performing act can be found here. To understand what that may require, take a look at our quick checklist for volunteers: Half Moon Hospitality List.
We also need volunteers for a community outreach project at the Keim Homestead Music Fest on OCTOBER 1st. The activities are from 11 to 5pm, and we will need help through out the day. We will set up our usual make and take it activity, and everything will be explained, so no experience is necessary.
Think you’d like to do this? Contact us via Dolores Kirschner (firstname.lastname@example.org), or by calling the studio at 610-987-0273.
We can’t do it without you, so thanks!
Our new workshop schedule is up!
Check out our events page for all of our NEW and returning workshops through Spring of 2017. Don’t forget– you can register for workshops online! Just click the highlighted ‘shop’ in the workshop for which you wish to register, or visit the shop here.
As always, you can register via phone by calling the studio at 610-987-0273. Our workshops are Saturdays from 10am – 1pm, and most cost just $50 plus material fees. Material fees can vary, so check your workshop’s page for specific fees, which can be paid during your time at the studio.
Hope to see you in the studio!