• FULL • Free Workshop Bandana Pottery April 15-16, 2023


FREE – $ 20.00 per person



About this experience

The Workshop is currently FULL. If you are already registered and would like to purchase a dinner ticket. Please call the gallery at 406.446.3993.

We are excited to have presenters, Michael Hunt and Naomi Dalglish, here to share their process during this demonstration based workshop.

Michael Hunt and Naomi Dalglish collaborate in making wood-fired pottery.  They combine coarse local clays, white slips and ash glazes to make the deeply layered surfaces for which they are known.  Their studio “Bandana Pottery” is named for the small community where they live outside of Bakersville, North Carolina.

"We make our pots using primarily coarse, impure local materials.  Our pots are thrown on a slow turning Korean-style kick wheel, and the large jars are made using a traditional Korean paddle and anvil technique.  We then fire the pots in a large, Thai-shaped wood kiln.  Through this collaboration with powerful materials and processes, we hope to create an environment in which pots can be born with a beauty beyond what is possible with our own hands.  Beginning with the geologic processes that form the coarse red clay, passing through our hands and kiln, the life of these pots is continued through years of daily use."  - Michael Hunt and Naomi Dalglish

We welcome you to join us and the artists for a Community Dinner on Saturday, April 15, 6:00pm at Fox Studio. Please Register for the Workshop and add the dinner option before checking out.


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It is our mission to support artists, the creative process and to provide a place for professionally minded ceramic artists to create new work. Red Lodge Clay Center hosts Visiting Artist workshops, lectures, demonstrations, gallery exhibitions, and educational programming to share with our resident artists and the general public the importance of art in our everyday lives. Red Lodge Clay Center is fully committed to being actively anti-racist, and to work for lasting and systemic changes in the field of ceramics and in our community.