• Valentine’s Date Nights – Partner Wheel Throwing thumbnail

    Valentine's Date Nights - Partner Wheel Throwing


    Try something different for date night – come get dirty on the potter’s wheel! Partner up and experience the wheel like never before. Join us for an all-inclusive night of romantic fun, using the wheel to create an unforgettable piece of pottery. Create and paint your piece all while enjoying…

  • The Way We Are: Women of the Roaring Fork Valley – Opening Reception thumbnail

    The Way We Are: Women of the Roaring Fork Valley - Opening Reception


    The Way We Are is a mixed media exhibition featuring the work of women creatives with a connection to the Roaring Fork Valley.

    CCC would like to take this opportunity to highlight the significant voices of a variety of female artists creating diverse works.

    Agneta Wettergren | Cate Tallmadge |…

  • Clay Play – Wheelthrowing Workshop


    Facilitated by Matthew Eames

    Creating pottery is known to be therapeutic, allowing for self-expression and self-discovery while offering stress relief and relaxation. When spinning clay, we have the ability to connect our minds to our hands, creating the sense of synergy between our mind and body. Please join us for…

  • Holiday Sale by Ceramics Club of Aspen thumbnail

    Holiday Sale by Ceramics Club of Aspen


    Join us for our annual Holiday Sale, featuring new handmade work by CMC faculty and students. Lively reception with the artists on Thursday, December 1, 4-8pm. Talented local ceramic artists make holiday shopping easy!…

  • Locations: News Published

    CCC’s next feat of clay: a humble expansion

    Those who pot and those who never touched clay but want arts in Carbondale to thrive met at the Launchpad on Sunday to help shape the Carbondale Clay Center’s (CCC) future expansion plans. CCC hosted a lively design charette with about 20 invited participants, putting people on noticeread more →

  • Locations: News Published

    Classism and ceramics

    Kyle and Kelly Phelps have been figuratively connected at the hip since birth. “How?” you ask. Well, they’re twins, devoted brothers and share a common life pursuit of spreading socio-economic awareness through art. Their exhibit, “Race, Class, & the Blue Collar,” has been on display at the Carbondaleread more →