Welcome to Clay on Main!

Summer Camps at Clay on Main

summer camp

June 19th-23rd, 10 am – 2 pm
$200 per child, $175 for each additional sibling.
Ages 7-12
Enrollment limited to 10 students
Students will be provided a light afternoon snack but packed lunch is required.
Call at 610-987-0273 or sign up online at clayonmain.org

In the gallery: Emily Whynott’s Sugarcoated

On Exhibit May 27 – July 2

We welcome recent Moore College of Art and Design MFA graduate and RISD alumni Emily Whynott to Clay on Main’s gallery. Her ceramic work examines food as a whimsical and strange subject matter and welcomes visitors to explore their own relationship to food and the domestic sphere.


2nd Friday in the Gift Shop

Enjoy extended hours in the gift shop and an artist talk.

Friday June 9th, 1pm – 7pm

Open House & Free Craft Day

If you can’t make it, our gift shop and galleries are open during regular business hours or by appointment, reach out to us at (610) 987-0273 or clayonmain@gmail.com or learn more at clayonmain.org

Art Doll Seminar

art doll seminar

Additional June Events

Sewing Circle: June 18, 2pm – 4pm
Bring your sewing project or mending and enjoy the company of like-minded craftspeople of all ages. Beginners and experts are all welcome!

Pride Poetry Reading: June 25, 1pm – 3pm
We invite LGBTQ+ poets of all styles or practices to share their work in a poetry reading in celebration of pride month. Non-LGBTQ+ poets will be considered if they have proximity to the LGBTQ+ community and want to share work related to the celebrations and uplifting of the LGBTQ+ community. Participating poets will be encouraged to bring their books and zines for sale in the gift shop. The event will be free and open to the public and we welcome all to attend an afternoon of poetry, tea and coffee, and good company.

For additional info please contact us by email at clayonmain@gmail.com or by calling (610) 987-0273

Teen Clay Card

Teen Clay Card Flyer at Clay on Main

Teen Clay Club is a year-round flexible program for teens from 13-17. For just $75 a month teens interested in ceramics, art or sculpture can take as many classes a month as they’d like. Learn more by reaching out by email at clayonmain@gmail.com or by calling (610) 987-0273

Main Street Gift Gallery is open

Clay on Main is a non-profit art community and studio resource center.

We serve the local community with a variety of clay arts programs. We teach community classes and workshops in clay for adults and children, host professional workshops, collaborate with other non-profit organizations to offer learning opportunities through art, and hold public lectures and events.  We house a cooperative gallery which serves as a venue for the display and sale of members’ and guest artists’ work. We also host the Half Moon Cafe, a venue for local musicians.


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    Sunday: 1-4, Monday: Closed, Tuesday/Wednesday: 5:30-7:30, Thursday: 3:30-7:30, Friday: 5-7, Saturday: 10-2, or by special appointment.