Legacy Ware: Dining with Dock 6

"Legacy Ware: Dining with Dock 6" is a dinnerware exhibition by the Dock 6 Pottery extended family of current and past employees, clay artists in their own right who’ve been influenced by working for owner Kerry Brooks.  As both a successful modern-day production...

Craft Breweries

Welcome to Minneapolis where the people are nice and the craft beer scene is overflowing with delicious options. There are many venues in the Twin Cities for sampling craft brews in and near downtown. And lucky for NCECA goers there are also a number of shows and...

St. Paul Shuttle is now a full service Tour!

You still have an opportunity to set out to St. Paul and see the fantastic shows and sites out there. (above image is one of the stops.  Which one?  Buy a bus ticket and find out! 😉 ) With a Timed Tour, your bus will stay with you throughout your excursion.  The Tour...

Visit Red Wing during Claytopia!

Red Wing is home to a vibrant arts community. The Anderson Center and the Pottery Museum of Red Wing have teamed up to offer unique exhibitions ranging from historic decorative and functional work to experimental multi-media pieces that incorporate clay....

Get Your Fix: Mending Ceramics Professionally- Thaddeus Erdahl and Emily Nickel in the Makerspace

This post is written by figure sculptor Emily Nickel as a supplement to a demonstration in the Makerspace titled "Get Your Fix." Emily is currently a long term artist-in-residence at Red Lodge Clay Center. The demonstration will cover how to patch and repair ceramic...

NCECA 50 Years – Retrospective now available!

Hello NCECA friends..... I invite you to join me on the journey of fifty years.  At times it felt like it would take that long to bring this video project to fruition.  The first discussions about this project began back in my days as a Director At Large.  Early ideas...

St. Paul Bus Route Highlights!

Above Photo:  Jason Lim, “Under the Shadow of the Banyon Tree”, Strange Place at Macalester College For those who are interested in getting off the beaten path and diving deeper into what the Twin Cities has to offer, the St. Paul bus route has something for everyone....

Ceramic Legacies Past and Present

Two exhibitions representing ceramic arts legacies of the past and legacies in the making are on view at the American Craft Council Library and Archives in Minneapolis during NCECA conference week.  “Ceramic Highlights from the ACC Library and Archives” honors the...

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Legacy Ware: Dining with Dock 6

"Legacy Ware: Dining with Dock 6" is a dinnerware exhibition by the Dock 6 Pottery extended family of current and past employees, clay artists in their own right who’ve been influenced by working for owner Kerry Brooks.  As both a successful modern-day production...

Craft Breweries

Welcome to Minneapolis where the people are nice and the craft beer scene is overflowing with delicious options. There are many venues in the Twin Cities for sampling craft brews in and near downtown. And lucky for NCECA goers there are also a number of shows and...

St. Paul Shuttle is now a full service Tour!

You still have an opportunity to set out to St. Paul and see the fantastic shows and sites out there. (above image is one of the stops.  Which one?  Buy a bus ticket and find out! 😉 ) With a Timed Tour, your bus will stay with you throughout your excursion.  The Tour...

Visit Red Wing during Claytopia!

Red Wing is home to a vibrant arts community. The Anderson Center and the Pottery Museum of Red Wing have teamed up to offer unique exhibitions ranging from historic decorative and functional work to experimental multi-media pieces that incorporate clay....

Get Your Fix: Mending Ceramics Professionally- Thaddeus Erdahl and Emily Nickel in the Makerspace

This post is written by figure sculptor Emily Nickel as a supplement to a demonstration in the Makerspace titled "Get Your Fix." Emily is currently a long term artist-in-residence at Red Lodge Clay Center. The demonstration will cover how to patch and repair ceramic...

NCECA 50 Years – Retrospective now available!

Hello NCECA friends..... I invite you to join me on the journey of fifty years.  At times it felt like it would take that long to bring this video project to fruition.  The first discussions about this project began back in my days as a Director At Large.  Early ideas...

St. Paul Bus Route Highlights!

Above Photo:  Jason Lim, “Under the Shadow of the Banyon Tree”, Strange Place at Macalester College For those who are interested in getting off the beaten path and diving deeper into what the Twin Cities has to offer, the St. Paul bus route has something for everyone....

Ceramic Legacies Past and Present

Two exhibitions representing ceramic arts legacies of the past and legacies in the making are on view at the American Craft Council Library and Archives in Minneapolis during NCECA conference week.  “Ceramic Highlights from the ACC Library and Archives” honors the...

Days until we meet in Claytopia!

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NCECA Mission Statement

When we touch clay… clay also shapes us. NCECA advances inclusive creation, advocacy, teaching and learning with clay in the contemporary world.

NCECA Vision

Ceramic art connects us to diverse cultural traditions, knowledge, and innovations through tactile and cognitive experiences. NCECA builds transformative relationships through clay, creation, and connection.