“Aruina” by Robert Harrison, at the Archie Bray Foundation for Ceramic Arts, Helena MT

Train kiln at Red Lodge Clay Center, Red Lodge, MT, with hammock

Annual Montana Clay Meeting, Bozeman, MT

The Pottery, Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts, Helena, MT

The Mudders and Potters Mentors of Ceramics in Montana

Harvesting earthenware outside of Livingston, MT

Anagama Wood Kiln, The Clay Studio of Missoula, Missoula, MT

“Clay in the Capitol”, ceramics demonstration in the lobby of the Capitol in Helena MT with Emily Free Wilson. Bozeman Artist, Josh DeWeese unloading a large Jar from his wood kiln.

Hope and Possibility in Montana ClayWelcome to Montana Clay – everyone and anyone is welcome to our group. Please join our Facebook page for coming events, exhibitions or simply be in touch. The Montana Clay group meets annually to share regional information and news, please email Danielle O’Malley if you would like information about our next meeting.

This website is a gathering of information about ceramics in Montana. This website features full time active makers, artists, craftsmen, schools, art centers, and galleries that are invested in the preservation, promotion and advancement of the ceramics arts in Montana through shared resources, networking, open dialogue and advocacy. We welcome all ceramic artists and organizations that are full time residence in Montana, have a professional active clay practice, and would like to help promote ceramics in our state. To add yourself or your organization as a link to this web page please click here.

There are many national and international visiting artist working in residencies Montana and their work can be found through the Artist In Residence page in this website.