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.
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 (email@example.com), or by calling the studio at 610-987-0273.
We can’t do it without you, so thanks!
Every year Clay on Main’s Board sits down to discuss the year in review, as well as goals and needs for the upcoming year. This board meeting is open to anyone interested in the state of Clay on Main.
This year’s board meeting will take place on
A light snack will be available, as well as time to discuss and share ideas for the new year.
MARK IT ON YOUR CALENDARS! Clay on Main has grown in leaps and bounds in the past year, and we will continue to do great things as we look towards the future. Thanks for being a part of it all!
Sunday August 28th
All skill levels welcome.
We will play old standards, folk, rock, and anything of interest. We also invite singers, guitar and percussion folks, too.
$5.00 donation suggested
Want to try something new to keep your body moving? Give Feldenkrais a try!
Feldenkrais exercises improve the body without stretching or muscular effort. The movements are remarkably gentle and done slowly, which contradicts almost every other physical exercise modality. With the Feldenkrais Method, improvements can seem to take place magically, easily, and often immediately. But why? How exactly does this remarkable form of exercise and treatments work? And, what can you do to increase its effectiveness and preserve its benefits for the longest possible time.
Clay on Main was happy to be represented at the Maidencreek Old-Time Music Festival on July 10th, 2016. It was our second year attending the event, with fearless leader Dolores Kirschner manning a stand and demonstrating ceramics to passersby. This event is held every year at Maier’s Grove in Blandon, PA. Clay on Main adds a unique element to the music themed festival, and we were just so glad to participate!
Read a little about what Maidencreek Festival organizers have to say about Clay on Main here.
Thanks to everyone who made it out to Clay on Main’s annual Ice Cream Social and Open House event. Whether you were a participant or a volunteer, we couldn’t have done it without you! It was a successful day full of demos, projects, crafts, and of course, ICE CREAM!
Check out some of the happenings from the event:
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!
As many CoM supporters know, we see students from the John Paul II Center from time to time in the studio as they join Dolores and other studio volunteers to explore their creativity through clay. We’ve been fortunate to organize a mural project with the JPII Center and Nancy Yeager, poet laureate, who wrote a poem inspired by statements from the students. The mural itself is slated to be completed in the Fall of 2016.
The Center updated their students, faculty, and family members to the potential design of the mural as well. Check out what they have to say about the project here!
Also, check back often as we update the timeline and the grand unveiling of this great project involving Clay on Main, poet laureate Nancy Yeager, and the John Paul II Center.