Boulder Mountain Clayworks is a non profit organization.
Tuscany on Tenth – Fundraising Benefit for Boulder Mountain Clayworks
Thursday, July 25th ~ 5:30-8:30pm
· Complementary Handmade Wine Cups
· Raku Firing: glaze a pot and fire it
· Raffle Prizes
· Silent Auction – Studio Potters Incredible Creations
· Build and Bid - Studio Potters will build pottery, you bid and select your own glaze
Tickets are $50
Join us at Boulder Mountain Clayworks in the Tenth Street Industrial Park
It is our mission to encourage artistic growth and development in the community by; *Offering instruction in clay and other media to adults and children
*Providing a creative atmosphere where clay artists can develop their unique visions, and
*Scheduling events that are free and open to the public so that the community can better appreciate the clay artists.
We need your support to continue providing creative educational programs to the community.
Contact us for information at 208-726-4484
or send your contribution to P.O. Box 3725, Ketchum, ID 83340.
Email: Boulder Mountain Clayworks
ABOUT BOULDER MOUNTAIN CLAYWORKS:
Boulder Mountain Clayworks, nestled in Sun Valley, Idaho, is located within easy walking distance of Ketchum and has a view of Baldy Ski Mountain from the glaze room.The Studio is fully equipped for stoneware, porcelain and raku pottery. Boulder Mountain Clayworks has 2,000 sq. ft. With 12 wheels, a slab roller, pug mill extruder and plenty of room for handbuilding. The kiln room contains two large Skutt electric kilns, one for bisque and the other for high fire. The glaze kiln is a 16 cu. ft. Geil downdraft gas kiln. It is all wonderful.Boulder Mountain Clayworks was established July, 1997 to encourage the development of clay arts within the community by offering classes for children and adults. During the summer Boulder Mountain Clayworks offers weekend workshops with prominent clay and other media artists. These workshops are “hands on,” everyone works and has a great time! Boulder Mountain Clayworks also has communal studio space to share with other clay artists.
Board of Directors:
Mary Ann Chubb; President
Jerry Hutchins; Treasurer
Maureen Jenner; Secretary & Fund Raising Chair
Pam Sabel; Community Affairs
Susan Ward; Grant Writing
Studio Manager: Lauren Street