Welcome to The Village Potters

200 Mug Challenge!!

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Buy a Mug and
Help Us Build a Kazegama Kiln!!

Click here and check out our Kickstarter to help us build community with a Kazegama Wood-Ash “Wind” Kiln, which is an integral part of our new Independent Study and Mentoring Program!

When you donate $60, you will receive a beautiful, hand-crafted mug designed for and fired in the Kazegama kiln, and if we have just 200 purchases at that level, we’ll meet our goal!

We have many other wonderful rewards at all levels, so if you’d like to make a larger contribution, you’ll find many exquisite tokens of our appreciation!

 

 

The Village Potters houses the working studios of six professional potters and shows their work in three Galleries on site: the Main Gallery, the Raku Gallery, and the Spotlight Gallery. Our Teaching Center offers ongoing classes in wheel, hand building, and sculpture, as well as Masters Series Workshops and programming for children and teens.

Winter Hours: Monday – Saturday, 10:00am-4:00pm
828-253-2424  • info@thevillagepotters.com

We are located at Riverview Station, in Asheville’s River Arts District, at
191 Lyman Street, #180. Click for a map and directions.

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