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Meet our Artists-in-Residence

Apply for the Artist-in-Residence program Owen Laurion www.owenlaurion.com An interdisciplinary artist, Owen combines scholarly research with a studio practice exploring the (re)production of culture and personhood in contemporary society.  He holds a BA from the University of Rochester in Anthropology and Philosophy and a MFA in Sculpture from the San Francisco Art Institute. He has […]

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Fall 2016 Raffle!

Tickets $5 each or 3 for $10 Drawing on December 9, 2016 This fall, the North Carolina Pottery Center is raffling off a fantastic piece by a talented and skilled local artisan. All funds raised will be used to help support the center’s mission of promoting awareness and appreciation of the history, heritage, and ongoing […]

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NC Pottery Center Receives $95,000 Grant

The North Carolina Pottery Center in Seagrove has received a $95,000 grant over two years from the Windgate Charitable Foundation to be used as continuation funding towards the center’s artist-in-residence program and educational program manager position and for some renovations to the center’s educational building. A private charitable foundation located in Arkansas, the Windgate Charitable […]

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2016 Renovations!

What’s happening? Renovations! Our much-needed brick walkway leading from the back of the main center down to the education building has been completed except for a bit of back-filling and mulching. It looks great, but more importantly, visitors, particularly those with mobility issues, will benefit from being able to get down to the education building […]

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New Website Launched on April 6

The North Carolina Pottery Center is pleased to have launched its new website on April 6, 2016. As is the case with any new site, there may be a few little “bugs” we have to work out initially, and we will be making some “tweaks” and additions as time passes. We hope you’ll take the […]

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