The Steelville Arts Council welcomes the 2014 Steelville Clay Festival to Gallery Zeke. An exhibition centered around the ceramic arts will be on view Saturdays and Sundays throughout the month of May.
Every Saturday in May live demonstrations will be held by local and regional ceramic artists. Each Saturday will be a unique event featuring multiple ceramic artists demonstrating simultaneously throughout the day. The audience will have the opportunity to view the artistic process and ask questions of the presenters.
The demonstrations will run from twelve noon till four ‘o clock. From four to six there will be a reception showcasing each of the presenter’s work.
1st Saturday Clay Event:
On Saturday, May 3rd Jamie Zane Smith, Julie Brand, and Robert and Willie Bowness will kick off the Clay Festival with a panel demonstration beginning at twelve noon. The event is free and open to the public. There will be a reception with light refreshments beginning at four pm. Gallery Zeke is located at 106 Main Street in downtown Steelville.
For more information visit the Gallery Zeke facebook page or contact Jaime Smith through the arts council email, email@example.com.
Due to the pending bad weather and the long distances that our audience and the performers have to travel, Jeff Miller will not perform Friday, the 28th at Gallery Zeke. We are very sorry for any inconvenience.
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