Clay Guild members who will exhibit in the Tenth Annual "All About Clay" need to have their entry forms postmarked by this date.
Come to a morning meeting for the Nevada Clay Guild. It is hosted by Rita. It is an opportunity to try out the mishima technique of decorating. You can bring a piece of leather hard greenware, something to carve with, and any underglaze (appropriate to your clay cone) you wish to use. Black velvet underglaze will be provided.
RSVP to Rita
If you missed the last saggar firing, join us this Sunday. Hosts Jan Woods and Michelle Houk want to squeeze one more firing in before the weather gets too hot. It will be at Jan's house.
Bring: $5 for every two pieces you want to fire, bisque ware, and any organic matter you would like to wrap up in your aluminum foil package. Bring some food to share. Ferric chloride, root kill, copper scrubbies, and aluminum foil will be provided.
RSVP to Jan or Michelle.
The terms of the current Board of the Nevada Clay Guild are ending April 30, 2016. The following offices need to be filled:
- Vice President
The Board meets 4 to 6 times a year to manage the business of the Guild and to create a calendar of activities for Guild members. “Our mission is to inspire excellence and growth in clay through education, exhibitions, and a cooperative spirit.”
We are in need of new board members. Many of our current board members have served for two or three terms. Our efforts on behalf of the Nevada Clay Guild are in a volunteer capacity. They are intended as service. They are necessary for the Nevada Clay Guild to maintain its nonprofit status.
Nominations are open at this time. They will close on April 1, 2016.
SASE ballots and anonymous email ballots will be sent out not later than April 5, 2016.
Members who have PC capability will vote using Survey Monkey. Members without PC capability will receive a hard copy of the ballot in the mail.
Emails/snail mail ballots will be due to Rita by April 14, 2016 (in order to satisfy a Nevada regulation to guarantee that a certain percentage of the organization votes, any member’s ballot that is not received by the due date will constitute a vote for the candidate with the most votes).
The new slate of officers is to be submitted to the State by April 28, 2016.
Please send your nomination to me at by clicking the link. If you would like to serve as a Board member of the Nevada Clay Guild, you may nominate yourself.
Nominations will close on April 1, 2016.
Green Valley High School, 460 N Arroyo Grande Blvd, Henderson, NV
Come at 9 a.m. to help set up for this great charitable event, which begins at 11:30 a.m.
Come visit the Nevada Clay Guild booth Thursdays, 4-8 p.m., between March 3 and May 26, 2016. Different Guild members will display and sell ceramics while representing the Nevada Clay Guild.
If you are a Guild member, and would like to rent the booth space for one of these afternoons, it is $10 per table. The tent, tables, drapes, and lights are provided. Contact Alison Manville to see which dates are still available.
Do you like to paint dinnerware?
Donna Potter has 13 place settings and 3 large platters that need to be painted and fired for Empty Bowls on March 12. These place settings will be sold either on the silent auction table or on the place settings table.
Donna will provide Stroke n Coat glazes for decorating. She has eleven colors. You may bring additional stroke n coats if you want. You will need to bring your own brushes, and a lunch if you plan to spend the day decorating.
Contact Donna at Mission Hills Pottery if you are coming. The studio will be open from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. on Saturday, February 27, for this purpose.
Hosted by Jan and Jerry Woods.
Location and details in the most recent newsletter.
Help make Empty Bowls 2016 the best yet! Mission Hills Pottery invites Guild members to throw and trim bowls in preparation for the Empty Bowl Benefit at Green Valley High School in March. Short meeting at noon. Bring your lunch and spend the day! We will meet at Mission Hills Pottery in Henderson from 10 am-4 pm.
Members of the Nevada Clay Guild will have sake cups for sale at the Joy of Sake's 1st tasting event in Las Vegas.
Congratulations to the Nevada Clay Guild! We celebrate our Silver Jubilee this year. Founded by a group of potters in 1990, our organization has grown to nearly 100 members.
In order to keep our organization strong and flourishing, we need your continued support. As you know, your membership expires at of July 31, 2015. We hereby invite you to renew your membership for the 2015-2016 year today!
Follow this link to renew your membership online today! Please renew before August 31.
All entries and $10 fee must be postmarked by this date to be included in the library exhibit.
Green Valley High School
460 Arroyo Grande Boulevard
Make and donate bowls. Tell your friends, and come out and support this charitable event! Purchase a bowl, enjoy all the soup you can eat, and participate in a silent auction. Proceds go to feeding the hungry through the Las Vegas Catholic Worker. Many volunteers are needed to run the event. Contact Guild member Donna Potter for more info, 702-461-3398.
The February meeting will be held at Aardvark Clay, 6230 Kimberly Avenue, Las Vegas.
Guild members who exhibited work in the 8th Annual Library Show should pick up their work at the Clark County Library, 1401 E. Flamingo Road, Las Vegas.
Clay Arts Vegas
1511 S. Main Street, Las Vegas, NV
Raku firing hosted by Kareen Balch
Potluck: Bring a dish to share. No children, please.
935 San Eduardo
Henderson, NV 89015
It is best if the glaze on your ware is dry when you bring it to the firing. You can call Kareen the week before if you want to drop by and use some of her raku glazes to prep you work. Many cone 06 glaze will work.
Saturday and Sunday, 9am - 5pm
Wilber, Bicentennial and Escalante Parks
401 California Ave - Boulder City, NV 89005
Clark County LIbrary Art Gallery
1401 E. Flamingo Rd. Las Vegas, NV
This year's show is non-juried; every Guild member can submit a piece for exhibition.
Please join us for our 8th Annual Library show at the Clark County Library, 1401 E. Flamingo Rd.
Light refreshments will be served.
Pulled, thrown, pugged, pinched, molded, sculpted non clay. What's the strangest handle you've ever made?
This month's meeting is devoted to all kinds of handles and lugs.
Bring a piece a of your work that has the best or most interesting handle to share with the group and explain how you made it.
We will me Aardvark Clay, Saturday, September 13th at 10am. Please bring a dish to share.