HB381 is thrilled to partner with Greenwich House Pottery in hosting a pop-up exhibition and sale to raise funds for the organization's Shape the Future Capital Campaign. The exhibition will be comprised of pieces from the Pottery’s Collection and art donated by patrons as well as contemporary makers, including work by Toshiko Takaezu, Roberto Lugo, Kathy Butterly, Nicole Cherubini, Robert Sperry, Linda Lopez, Peter Lane, and others.
Greenwich House Pottery is a historic ceramics studio serving the New York community for over a century. The Shape the Future building project and supporting campaign was launched to address urgently needed upgrades and modernizations to the historic 95-year-old facility, to ensure that the studio remains a vital resource for ceramic artists and enthusiasts for generations to come. For more than a century, Greenwich House Pottery has advanced ceramic arts, culture, and creativity through classes taught by highly skilled teaching artists, exhibitions, and artist residencies.
Preserving the Pottery for future generations requires strategic investments in the 16 Jones building, which is in need of renewal after decades of deferred maintenance. The Shape the Future capital campaign will raise $5 million for critical updates and enhancements so this cherished community arts space can thrive for decades to come.
The exhibition at HB381 will run from April 27-29 with a reception on Friday, April 28th from 6:00-8:00 pm.
For further information or to make a donation please contact Fabio J. Fernandez, Director of Greenwich House Pottery at FFernandez@greenwichhouse.org or call 212-242-4106 x22