Red Lodge Clay Center
Kirk Jackson is joining two other resident artists from the Red Lodge Clay Center in an exhibit of their works starting Jan. 8 at Rocky Mountain College.
This set of cups and pitcher was made by Red Lodge Clay Center resident artist Summer Carmack.
Resident artists from the Red Lodge Clay Center are showing works Jan. 8-28 at Rocky Mountain College’s Ryniker-Morrison Gallery.
A Rocky Mountain College exhibit of works by Red Lodge Clay Center artists in residence includes this piece by Jocelyn Howard.
Red Lodge has been a welcoming environment for the Red Lodge Clay Center, says Andrea Moon.
The Ryniker-Morrison Gallery in Technology Hall on the campus of Rocky Mountain College will present an exhibit from the Red Lodge Clay Center, which opens Thursday, Jan. 9, with a public reception from 4 to 6 p.m. The show runs through Feb. 7.
Artists from the Red Lodge Clay Center and MSU Billings Potters Guild will show their pieces at the del Alma Gallery and Studio during ArtWalk.
POWELL, Wyo. ─ “Between the Benches,” an exhibit of work by ceramists from the Red Lodge Clay Center opens Tuesday, Jan. 29, with a 7:30 p.m. artist reception at Northwest Gallery in Powell.
The Ryniker-Morrison Gallery at Rocky Mountain College will open the new year with the exhibit "5 x 5," presented by five artists-in-residence from the Red Lodge Clay Center. They are Karin Solberg, Alexis Gregg, Tanner Coleman, Brittany Helms and Megan Mitchell.
Montana State University Billings art professor Shanna Fliegel honed her pottery skills in New York, where the competition was fierce but the influences were rich.
MSU Billings ceramics instructor Shanna Fliegel shows the ceramic tableware at Toucan Gallery she has created for "Coming to the Table," a collaborative event between Red Lodge Clay Center and the Yellowstone Art Museum celebrating functional pottery. Set for Nov. 3 at the YAM, the dinner pa…
RED LODGE -- The Food Partnership Council will mark the one-year anniversary of the "Beartooth Front Community Forum: Improving Community Well-Being Through Food" on Saturday, Feb. 25, at the Elks Club in Red Lodge.
POWELL, Wyo. ─ An exhibit of work by seven ceramists from the Red Lodge Clay Center opens Tuesday, Feb. 7, with an artists’ reception at 7:30 p.m. at Northwest Gallery in Powell.
Red Lodge Clay Center executive director David Hiltner created this “corny” ceramic art that will be displayed beginning Tuesday, Feb. 7, at the Northwest Gallery at Northwest College in Powell, Wyo.
This figurine is part of Tom Bartel’s exhibit at the Red Lodge Clay Center.
RED LODGE — Ohio University Assistant Professor Tom Bartel will exhibit new works in January at the Red Lodge Clay Center, following his fall residency there.
A figurative sculpture by Ohio University assistant professor Tom Bartel is part of his exhibit opening Jan. 9 at Red Lodge Clay Center, where he recently finished his residency.
Jennifer Allen Art Show
Ceramic Beads Class