november, 2020

12novAll Day13decBoulder Potters’ Guild 2020 Fall Online Show and Sale


Event Details




Thursday     Nov 12           Online sale starts

Sunday         Dec 13        Online sale ends

It has been a very different year for us all, as we navigate life during a global pandemic. Join us as we host our first ever online Fall Show and Sale. Visit for a full list of participating artists.

About 20 members of the Boulder Potters’ Guild will be showing and selling their recent work online through their websites.  The show will include functional, decorative, and sculptural ceramic work as well as jewelry, fused glass objects, hand painted silk scarves, and embossed note cards. While we wish we could show off our hard work in person, there is still the opportunity to view and purchase objects hand made by local potters and artists. This sale is a great opportunity to support local artists, purchase gifts for the upcoming holidays, and connect virtually with the Boulder Potters’ Guild community.

About the Boulder Potters’ Guild:

The Boulder Potters’ Guild is an educational non-profit cooperative founded in 1969 for the purpose of promoting clay arts. This year we are celebrating 51 years! Over the years we have grown from 11 members to 77!

The Guild provides a vibrant facility where members can collaborate as artists, and students can learn ceramic techniques. Members use the facility to make, glaze, and fire their work. The Guild offers classes for all levels of students and holds workshops with nationally and internationally known ceramic artists.

The Boulder Potters’ Guild is a 501(c)(3) non-profit. The Guild is an all-volunteer organization financed by member dues, member donations from sales, workshops, classes, and grants. It is a Tier III Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD) organization. The Guild underwrites the efforts of members to share their skills with the community and to donate their artwork for various local fundraising events.


November 12 (Thursday) - December 13 (Sunday)