Holiday Kiln Opening!

December 1 & 2
December 8 & 9

Saturday 9am – 5pm
(Preview:  Saturday 8-8:45am)
Sunday noon – 5pm

This will be the 99th firing of the original salt kiln.  Expect more luscious blue Celadons, new decorations, and plenty of classic, much loved, salt glazed pots.


14th Annual Mint Museum Potters Market Invitational

Saturday, Sept. 8, 2018
10:00am to 4:00pm

On the lawn of the Mint Museum Randolph, 2730 Randolph Rd., Charlotte, NC 28207.

Online ticket sales now, with discounts for early purchase available until September 1.
Tent – The tent will feature 54 booths of exhibiting potters from across the state of North Carolina
Pottery Demos – Join us for LIVE demonstrations of both wheel-thrown and hand-built pottery
Raffle – Purchase a chance to win special prizes
Music – Live bluegrass music from Arnold Clayton and The Roustabouts will be offered all day
Food – Delectables by Holly  will return for their 14th year providing delicious lunches and snacks for purchase. Check back soon for more details on the menu to be offered.
Beer Garden – Take a break from shopping to enjoy a cold beverage and the music.
Museum Admission – Your PMI ticket also provides entry to the full collections of both the Mint Museum Randolph and the Mint Museum Uptown on Saturday, Septemb
Docent Tours – Docents will be available for free tours of the Mint Museum Randolph’s collections during the Museums hours of 11 am to 6 pm.

The 14th Annual Potters Market Invitational is hosted by the Delhom Service League, the ceramics affiliate of the Mint Museum.

North Carolina Pottery Center 20th Anniversary Celebration

Going, Going, Gone to Pots” Gala!
Saturday, October 27, 2018
6:00 to 9:00pm
at the North Carolina Botanical Garden
100 Old Mason Farm Rd, Chapel Hill, NC 27517

Join us as we celebrate the Pottery Center’s 20th Anniversary. Feast on fine foods and festive drinks! Enjoy sweet music as you take in the best of North Carolina’s pottery and ceramics at the silent and live auctions. This event benefits the North Carolina Pottery Center, a Seagrove-based non-profit promoting the rich heritage and ongoing artistry of pottery throughout North Carolina.