Additional details coming soon.
The North Carolina Pottery Center is a nonprofit organization promoting awareness and appreciation of the rich history, heritage, and ongoing tradition of pottery in our great state!
Featuring NCPC’s collaboration with ECU’s Ceramics Department.
Tickets will go on sale on July 1, 2015.
We hope to see you there!
Auction Steering Committee
Gail Perry, Joyce Fitzpatrick, Jo Anne Sanford, Jack Arnold, Betsy Levitas , Linda Wharton, Lindsey Lambert, Claire Meyerhoff, Clare Ruggles, Melissa Peden, Carole Anders, Mina Levin, Mary Anne Howard, Mike Connell, Mark Hewitt, Marion Church
David and Laura Brody, Lisa and Dudley Anderson, Linda Carlisle, Leah Goodnight Tyler, Charman Driver, Marjorie Hodges, Brad Crone, Clark Coggin, Sallie Ellinwood, Kim Von Weihe, Jennifer Jawanda, Jen Brennan, Peggy and Michael Weil, Marianne Mebane, Cornelia McMillan, Martha Ellington, Terri Lomax, Seo Eo, Michael Drought, Chris Buddo, Nancy Ball, Betsy Buford, Frank and Kaola Phoenix, Lex and Ann Alexander
The North Carolina Pottery Center will have a booth at the 18th Annual Catawba Valley Pottery Festival, in Hickory, NC, on Saturday, March 28, 2015. We will also be there for the Preview Party the night before, the 27th. Please stop by and visit us at the festival! For more information about the 18th Annual Catawba Valley Pottery Festival, please visit their website - www.catawbavalleypotteryfestival.org - or follow them on Facebook!
Learn more about the NC Pottery Center's Summer 2014 Clay Programs.
You're Invited! The North Carolina Pottery Center's 15th Annual Gala & Auction, "Going, Going, Gone to Pots!," is going to be extra special this year!
Exhibition at Wellington B. Gray Gallery, ECU
Open Reception: 5 pm, Friday, June 6, 2014 • A joint NCPC & ECU Exhibition!
The North Carolina Pottery Center will have a booth at the 17th Annual Catawba Valley Pottery Festival, in Hickory, NC, on Saturday, March 29, 2014. We will also be there for the Preview Party the night before, the 28th.
The North Carolina Pottery Center in Seagrove, NC, is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a $130,000 grant from the Windgate Charitable Foundation, a private charitable foundation based in Arkansas. The Windgate Charitable Foundation is well-known for its support of institutions and programs which focus on crafts and craft education.
On Saturday, September 21, 2013, the town of Seagrove, NC, is celebrating its centennial anniversary with a Centennial Celebration. Wishing to contribute to the day’s celebration of the area’s history and the festive atmosphere of the occasion, the North Carolina Pottery Center is having a Family Day on Saturday, September 21, 2013, in cooperation with Seagrove’s Centennial Celebration.
Running from July 29 – August 9, the final culmination project of Jody Stouffer, a MAED in Art Education major, will be on display at the Burroughs Wellcome Gallery in the Jenkins Fine Arts Center on the campus of East Carolina University.
On Sunday, August 4, 2013, Dr. John Burrison from Georgia State University in Atlanta will be delivering a special presentation entitled "Clay Nation: Traditional Folk Pottery of the United States" at the North Carolina Pottery Center in Seagrove, N.C. from 2:00-4:00 p.m.