Learn about our new home in South Kensington by hearing the story of how it was conceived and built, and watch the results of the building in action as artists, students, teachers, and the community come together here, inspired by clay.view video
Join us on Thursdays for informal conversations with ceramic artists, curators, scholars, and friends. This popular series of get-togethers originally began as a way for us to stay connected during the pandemic, and now it's become a permanent fixture — in its fourth season! Let's meet in person at The Clay Studio or on zoom.view schedule
The Clay Studio is ready to host you! Join us to innovate with your coworkers, give your students a unique experience, celebrate a loved one, or simply to have fun and get creative with clay. Additionally, our rentable event spaces are available to host meetings, celebrations, receptions, and small weddings —with or without art making. Subsidized pricing is available for events at The Clay Studio for schools and other nonprofit organizations.learn more
The Clay Studio believes that access to artistic expression through ceramics should be available to all regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, or ability. When in alignment with our mission, we empower marginalized groups to take part in our programming and join our staff and board. Learn more about our Diversity, Equity, Access, and Inclusion (DEAI) Committee.learn more
Our shop features one-of-a-kind pieces you won’t find anywhere else, handmade by over 100 artists. With a choice of pottery, tableware, décor, jewelry, and works of art in every color and every price point, you're sure to find the perfect gift, and you'll be happy to know that your purchase directly supports artists and the operations of the The Clay Studio.shop now
Meet our artists
I am a ceramic artist exploring the interaction and interconnectivity between nature, design, and human experience in the context of our current climate crisis. Present in my work is a fluidity betwee...
With clay I find that I am able to create sculpture that remains abstract yet references the human form, which I understand to be complex and exists with many layers composed of histories, experiences...
As a multi-disciplinary artist, I conceptualize my art practice through research, sculpture, and installation. I’m interested in looking at the body as an abstraction and as a reference for cultural d...
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