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Handmade Ceramics for sale


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11/17 - 12/23 | Fairgrounds
Opening: 5:30 Thursday, 11/17

Need unique gift ideas? Shop local at Oklahoma Contemporary’s Annual Ceramics Sale, held every November and December. The one-of-a-kind handmade pieces, made by artists in our studios, are restocked regularly, so there’s something new to find each day!

Proceeds benefit Oklahoma Contemporary’s .

Oklahoma Contemporary’s working ceramics studio boasts six instructors, several studio volunteers and countless students. Our ceramics program offers classes for students of all skill levels and hosts open studio hours to allow students to further hone their skills. Our instructors and students create and donate all of the works for this sale. Proceeds go back into the studio to make repairs, replenish glazes, update worn-out tools and help us keep our student costs low.

By purchasing, you get one-of-a-kind, handmade, usable works of art. We get your financial support. Thank you.

We wish to thank the following who have generously created and donated works:

Heather Akard
Lynn Betterton
Peter Coates
Michelle Copeland
Molly Gibb
Teri Hooten
Lori Lyon
Janet Massad



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