Northern Clay Center

Contact Information


  • No charge for tours; small charge for short workshops, artists' demos; regular class/workshop fees listed on website


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  • Go south at the Riverside/25th Ave.exit from I94, to Franklin Avenue; go west one block; parking on the street and in lot at west end of building

Other Date Information

  • TWFSa - 10am - 6 pmTh - 10am - 7 pmSun 12 - 4Exhibition openings, special events throughout year

Green Practices

  • Waste Reduction/Reuse/Recycling
  • Transportation-Related Policies or Programs
  • Organic or Local Food & Beverage Choices

Attraction Attributes

  • Accessible to Disabled
  • Can Accommodate Groups of 45 or more

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  1. American Pottery Festival

    2424 Franklin Ave E
    Minneapolis, MN 55406
    Call: 612-339-8007

    Northern Clay Center’s 16th annual fundraising benefit, celebration of the pot, gathering for lovers of clay from across the country, and party of the year! The Festival is a three-day extravaganza that brings together collectors, artists, students, and clay lovers, providing all with an opportunity to share their passion for clay, and also bringing in much needed revenue for both the participating artists and for NCC.

  2. Mythology Meets Archetype

    2424 Franklin Ave E
    Minneapolis, MN 55406
    Call: 612-339-8007

    Mythology Meets Archetype is curated by Heather Nameth Bren, NCC exhibition committee member, professor, and ceramic artist. It will feature the artworks of Christie Brown (London, UK), Philip Eglin (London, UK), Michelle Erickson (Yorktown, VA), Bonnie Marie Smith (Kingston, NY), and Vipoo Srivilasa (Melbourne, AU). The works in the exhibition will respond to personal, cultural, and religious myths that have grown out of the desire to know (or the posture to know) the unknowable. Symbols of the god figure, the mother figure, the self, and the demon have been used to describe ancient and
    contemporary narratives. This archetypal cast of characters is employed as agents of one’s personal or cultural identity, spiritual devotion, and even power to control the masses.

    Opening Reception: Friday, March 14, 6?–?8 pm

    Vipoo Srivilasa will be in residence at Northern Clay Center prior to the exhibition working with community members on a collaborative project.

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