Membership

Benefits of Membership

Spoon rests by Julie McMath Pottery.
Spoon rests by Julie McMath Pottery.

Access to the North Island College ceramics studio every Wednesday from 9am-5pm, September-June. Comox Valley Campus

Pottery Club members may participate in any of our three annual pottery & ceramic sales. We host two in November, one in Courtenay and one in Campbell River, and a third sale in February; a studio clearance sale (a good opportunity to clean out the inventory!)

Access to shared kiln firings:
• The Car and Soda (gas fired) kilns once each per semester.
• The Gas Test and Soda test (gas fired) kilns up to three times per semester.
• The Raku kiln may be fired three times per semester.
• One electric kiln may be fired weekly.

Club Purpose:

(a) Promote dialogue and collaboration among those who work in or are interested in the ceramic arts;

Pottery work by Julie McMath
Pottery work by Julie McMath

(b) Foster artistic and educational activities within the Club and the community;

(c) Collaborate with other groups of potters and craftspeople;
(d) Promote exhibitions and sale of members’ work;
(e) Seek to receive, acquire and hold gifts, donations, grants, legacies and devices;

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