Registration is now open for handbuilding and wheel classes at Clay Art Center in Port Chester, which resume Sept. 8.
While the studio has been closed, the staff has been cleaning, rearranging and overall preparing it to be a safe, creative space for potters. Virtual programs and curbside services continue as well.
The center was scheduled to show the still life centerpieces of ceramic artist Anat Shiftan in May, but “Anat Shiftan: The Garden” has been rescheduled for later in the year. In the meantime, we can savor the pristine beauty of her work, which the center says, “asks the viewer to question the legacy of nature, the botanical and our material culture.”
For more, visit clayartcenter.org.