2017 Highland Park Pottery Tour:
The sixth annual Highland Park Pottery Tour is Saturday and Sunday, December 9-10, from 11:00am to 5:00pm. Highland Park is a neighborhood in Pittsburgh’s East End. During the tour the public is invited to visit the homes of five Highland Park potters and the Union Project Ceramics Co-op for refreshments and to view and purchase hand made pottery by local artists.
Featuring the work of: Joseph Delphia, Stephanie Flom, Jeff Guerrero, Keith Hershberger, Jenna Vanden Brink, the Union Project Ceramics Co-op and others.
Parking: is available for free along the residential streets of Highland Park and at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary – 616 North Highland Ave.
Payment: cash, check and credit card will be accepted at each location along the tour.
For more information contact Keith Hershberger: email@example.com
The Highland Park Pottery Tour is a collaboration with Union Project.
Union Project Ceramics Cooperative seeks to assist emerging artists in growing and strengthening their creative process in a supportive, communal environment. By being a gathering of artists who create together in a shared space, energize one another, and collaborate, the co-op seeks to contribute to Union Project’s greater mission of using our space to bring people together to connect, create, and celebrate.
For more information on the Union Project visit www.unionproject.org or call 412.363.4550 ext 22.
The Highland Park Pottery Tour is sponsored by:
Pittsburgh Theological Seminary and The Kelso Museum of Near Eastern Archeology, which will be open to visitors during the tour. Stop by and see some 2000 year old pots! Feel free to leave your car in their lot and walk from there to the tour stops.
Standard Ceramic Supply Company. Thanks for the clay!
The media sponsors for the 2015 tour were WYEP and WESA.