Houston’s first and only citywide tour of ceramic artists’ studios partners with Empty Bowls Houston and Houston Food Bank,
ClayHouston’s Bayou City Clay Crawl returns Sunday, December 6 for its fourth annual event, providing the public with a one-of-a-kind opportunity to tour studios and to discover pieces created by ClayHouston member artists in time for holiday shopping. The 2020 crawl will feature 35-plus artists participating in five studios/locations throughout the Heights, offering unique pieces ranging from traditional pottery to large-scale sculptures as well as installations and performance art.
This year, the event is partnering with Empty Bowls Houston, an international grassroots effort by artists and craftspeople to feed the hungry in their local communities which is implemented locally to benefit Houston Food Bank. Empty Bowls Houston will have tables set-up at multiple studio locations on the crawl where visitors can choose from an assortment of handmade bowls 100% of Empty Bowls Houston sales go directly to Houston Food Bank.
2020/12/06 - 2020/12/06
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Bayou City Clay Crawl studios include:
● The Ceramic Store, 1002 W 11th Street. Houston, TX 77008
Artists: Michelle Heinesen, Saida Fagala, Renee Leiber, Karen Cruce, Kathleen Hamlet, Bea Fiorito
● Amsterdam Coffee, 807 W 19th Street. Houston, TX 77008
Artists: Daryl McCraken, Suzanne Shield-Polk, Jeff Forster, Reema Forster, Betsy Evans, Angela Corson
● Third Coast Clay Studio, 1001 Louise Street, Houston, TX 77009
Artists: Abbie Preston, Maria Hernandez, Denise Greenwood Loveless, Karen Fiscus, Jessica Gutierrez, Yvonne Gerych
● Key Street Studio, 927 Key Street, Houston, TX 77008
Artists: Olivia Tarricone, Lana Loveland, Jessica Phillips, Maura Ferrero-Baroni , Jesusa Dougherty
● Nosami Studio, 739-1/2 Street East, Houston, TX 77008
Artists: Anne Steacy, Mary Aldrich, Linda Hayon, Lilly Lerner Reilley, Maria Raquel Morales, Vivian Pastor, Loes Berendschot, Sierra Estes, Jane Greenberg, Jill Whitten, Mara Cavalcanti Reid