Made in Clay Annual Benefit Sale

HOURS: Tuesday, March 30th – Friday, April 2nd: 10am – 4pm; Saturday, April 3rd and Sunday, April 4th: 12pm – 5pm

Regular gallery hours (Tuesday – Saturday 12pm – 5pm) resume on April 6, 2010

LOCATION: 16 Jones Street, between Bleecker and West 4th Streets and 6th and 7th Avenues

Made in Clay 2010: Crafting Community

New York, NY (February 19, 2010) -- Greenwich House Pottery, New York City’s only non-profit venue dedicated exclusively to the ceramic arts, has announced the lineup for its 13th annual Made in Clay benefit.

Made in Clay (MIC) is New York's annual, hotly anticipated ceramics event: a pottery sale, an exhibition, a celebration, and a fundraiser. The 2010 program will center on the notion of community and service in Greenwich Village and beyond. Made in Clay has always been about Greenwich House Pottery and all of the community programs it coordinates. These include everything from youth-directed and senior-citizen initiatives to scholarships for students. But this year in particular, with almost all nonprofits finding their coffers strained, the time proved right to reemphasize the need for neighborhood cohesion and 'giving back.'

"We are an organization that provides an invaluable educational service," said Sarah Archer, Director of Greenwich House Pottery. "But the primary mission of GHP is to support and enrich our community by bringing ceramics to people who wouldn't otherwise get to experience it." Made in Clay is also a great place to find fresh affordable art to brighten up your home for springtime. Accordingly, the benefit sale will be on view from March 26th-April 29th. The work of over 40 artists selected from across the country convey the wonderful variety of American studio pottery and ceramic sculpture today, from Kurt Weiser and Akio Takamori to Sam Chung and Kristen Kieffer. Guest artists’ work is displayed along side Greenwich House Pottery’s own artists (including residents and students), who exhibit works ranging from vases and sake sets to nesting bowls and elegant jewelry. Made In Clay also offers an introduction to Greenwich House Pottery’s Storefront, the only venue of its kind in New York City to offer an inspiring array of contemporary studio ceramics year-round.

Invited Artists: Jennifer Allen, Christa Assad, Posey Bacopoulos, Eve Behar, Sam Chung, Naomi Cleary, Stacy Cushman, Kathy Erteman, Diana Fayt, Julia Galloway, David Gibson, Hiroe Hanazono, Molly Hatch, Lorraine Olderman, Gail Kendall, Kristen Kieffer, Simon Levin, Matt Long, Lorna Meaden, Sequoia Miller, Jeff Oestreich, Meg Oliver, Joe Pintz, Brenda Quinn, Don Reitz Roseberry-Winn, Tim Rowan, Nick Schneider, Mark Shapiro, Tyler Speicher, Helena Starcevic, Munemitsu Taguchi, Akio Takamori, Julie Terestman, Shoko Teruyama, Kurt Weiser, Adam Welch, Tara Wilson, Sheryl Zacharia

GHP Artists: Rene Barkett, Nancy Cameron, Lisa Chicoyne, Will Coggins, Costain, Julie Dubow, Del Feldman, Suzy Goodelman, Karen Hagopian, Joan Haslam, Greg Hendren, Louise Hoffman, Andrea Kahn, Julie Knight, Alice Mackler, Cara Jean McCarthy, Janice Movson, Karina Naumer, Myra Nissim, Jane Opper, Richard Orient, Ji Park, Brad Parsons, Deb Reed, Nicki Ritchie, Frances Roberts, Judy Sager, Eleanor Seewald, Naomi Sheiner, Phyllis Silver, Margie Skaggs, Melissa Stanley, Susannah Tisue, Kristen Wicklund

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