While there are many details to be worked out and we need advice from the public health authorities, we are hopeful for a 2021 MN Pottery Festival. Stay tuned for more info here: mnpotteryfestival.com
It's the 8th Annual MN Pottery Festival, held on the beautiful grounds of the Clay Coyote Gallery & Pottery. HOURS: Saturday 10am-5pm Sunday noon-4pm Two days of ALL POTTERY!: -- Get to know the potters and their techniques, expand or
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 8, 2019 CONTACT: Morgan Baum or Betsy Price firstname.lastname@example.org | (320) 587-2599 PROMINENT MINNESOTA POTTER FEATURED AT MN POTTERY FESTIVAL WEEKEND OF DEMONSTRATIONS AND HANDS-ON CLAY
This is a big deal, the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts, or NCECA, 53rd annual conference, “Claytopia,” will take place March 27 through March 30 at the Minneapolis Convention Center. The last time NCECA was in Minnesota was in 1996.
2018 Weekend Schedule SATURDAY JULY 28 10 AM - Festival Opens 11 AM - Olympics (Heat 1) 11:45 AM - Raku Demo* 1 PM - Olympics (Heat 2) 3 PM - Raku Demo* 3:30 PM - Olympics (Heat 3) 5 PM - Festival Closes SUNDAY JULY 29 12 PM -
As the New Year quickly approaches, we thought we’d get a head start on our list of resolutions here at the Coyote. Here’s our list we’d like to share with you: Go to the Super Bowl….possibly to deliver some Super Bowl LII Commemorative Grill
The 6th Annual Minnesota Pottery Festival is proud to announce a total of 35 potters from around the United States coming to the event to showcase their work. Of those 35, 14 of them are new to the festival this year. Bob Briscoe — Briscoe Pottery -
It’s almost time for one of the ‘hottest’ events of the summer: The 6th Annual Minnesota Pottery Festival! This event will take place Saturday, July 29th from 10am - 5pm and Sunday, July 30th from 12pm - 4pm. This is a free event and open to all ages.
On Friday, a large group of Coyotes took a day to travel East to the St. Croix Valley Pottery Tour. We mapped out our day, we knew hitting al seven stops was going to be too ambitious. And we also knew that we wanted to end the day at Matthew Krausey's