"Stilled Lives" New Sculpture by Anat Shifton

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Panel Discussion: Mid-Century Craft and Design

Museum of Arts and Design  Read More»

Mid-Century Style and Studio Pottery

Read "Back to the Future: Counter-Culture Craft in the 1950's"  Read More»

Making Clay Modern

"Making Clay Modern: The Decorated Pottery of Henry Varnum Poor", Lecture by Caroline Hannah  Read More»

Kathy Erteman: Traffic Patterns

October 22 - November 19 in the Jane Hartsook Gallery  Read More»

A Ghost in the Machine Age

"A Ghost in the Machine Age: The Westerwald Stoneware Industry and German Design Reform, 1900-1914"  Read More»

Last of the Handmade Buildings - Lecture and Walking Tour with Susan Tunick

Lecture: October 21st, 7-9pm  Read More»

"Keeping the Fire Alive"

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New Amsterdam at 400

A Celebration of Contemporary Dutch Ceramics  Read More»

Who Lives in Greenwich Village

Help us keep "Who Lives in Greenwich Village?" intact! Contact the Pottery for information about how you can help us install the tiles in the main Greenwich House building at 27 Barrow Street permanently.  Read More»

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