Meet Our Partners
Wooten Clayworks partners with different art organizations and centers to host quality workshops. This partnership helps us reach a broader audience while also supporting the art community as a whole. We share a common goal of providing affordable educational resources in the Arts.
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The Metchosin International Summer School of the Arts (MISSA) has provided high calibre, specialized, multi-disciplinary workshops for artists, teachers, and adult students since 1984. We provide a centre for study in the arts that inspires, explores, and encourages artistic practice. Our rich programming and spectacular natural setting on Vancouver Island, B.C., Canada attracts local, national, and international instructors and students from around the world. Together, they engage in a two-week, immersive arts experience in a stimulating natural environment that provides an opportunity for unparalleled artistic expression and a deeper connection with the arts community.
We are thrilled to partner with Wooten Clayworks to support and share their arts education program to a wider community.
Visit www.missa.ca to learn more.
Sherrie Gallerie is a contemporary art gallery located in the Short North Arts District of Columbus, Ohio.
We exhibit exceptional process-based contemporary art, including glass, ceramics, wood, fiber, and art jewelry.
We are thrilled to partner with Wooten Clayworks and their mission to educate both the art community and the public as a whole about ceramic artists and their creative process.
Visit sherriegallerie.com to learn more.
The Dairy Barn Arts Center, located in Southeast Ohio, offers exhibitions, events, and educational programs that nurture and promote area artists and artisans and develop art appreciation among all ages.
We are pleased to partner with Wooten Clayworks to provide extended community access to ceramic arts both within our region and beyond.
Visit dairybarn.org to learn more.
The Hope Center for Arts & Technology is a non-profit organization based on Bill Strickland’s belief that environment shapes behavior. We provide free after-school Youth Arts programs as well as Adult Training Programs. HopeCAT classes are held in a contemporary high-tech, newly renovated school on the West Hill in Sharon, PA. Our school is filled with art and light and is fully equipped with classrooms, computer labs, and art studios to serve students, both youth and adult, throughout our region. In addition to our after school program, we also offer adult art classes and a growing artist-in-residence program. We have an incredible mission and vision for our community and the future of its residents.
Wayne Center for the Arts is a
non-profit in Wooster, OH, dedicated to “enriching lives and strengthening communities through art.” Each year, WCA hosts workshops, classes, exhibitions, performances, and events with the goal of creating and sustaining a vibrant cultural community in the Wayne County region.
Membership is open to all; find more information and current class schedules online.
Visit wayneartscenter.org to learn more.
The Gandee Gallery, located south of Syracuse in upstate New York, is committed to showing the best in handmade objects and fine art, with a special emphasis on utilitarian ceramics. Established in 2009, the gallery features 4-5 special exhibitions a year and offers workshops and classes through its adjacent studio facility.
We are excited to partner with Wooten Clayworks to promote upcoming workshops.
River Gallery is dedicated to supporting the revival and continuance of Cleveland area arts and artists.
Owner Ara Hamamjian has established connections with the art professors and alumni of area schools such as the Cleveland Institute of Art, Baldwin Wallace University, and Kent State University. The gallery shows everything from contemporary to traditional style paintings, works in metals, blown glass, ceramics, fiber, and jewelry fabrications.
Visit rivergalleryarts.com to learn more.
Founded in 2017, Southern Crossings Pottery Festival (SXPF) is held the first weekend of March each year in Louisville, Kentucky. This festival showcases the excellence in contemporary utilitarian ceramics while highlighting how pottery can be a vessel for engagement with our community.
SXPF is a volunteer based non-profit organization led by the current team of Amy Chase, Steven G Cheek and Lindsay Oesterritter. The success of this yearly event is due to the many volunteers, donors, sponsors and community collaborators who help our team create this one of a kind festival in our region.