Pottery on the Hill 2022 at Hill Center

By East City Art Editorial Team on November 7, 2022

Fri, November 11 2022 — Sun, November 13 2022

Courtesy of Hill Center.

Pottery on the Hill returns in person for the first time in 2 years! This year, we welcome five new potters to our Pottery on the Hill family — Danielle Carelock, Peter Jadoonath, Reiko Miyagi, David Stuempfle, and Julia Walther — while welcoming back so many friends from previous shows.

Friday, November 11 – TICKETED PREVIEW RECEPTION

6:30pm-8:30pm
Tickets: $35/advance, $40/day of
PURCHASE TICKETS

Join us for the opening of our annual Pottery on the Hill show and sale, gaining the first chance to see and purchase the works of our artists! Hors d’oeuvres, wine, and beer included in the ticket price. First 100 people at the door receive a free handmade cup by potter Dan Finnegan!

Saturday, November 12 + Sunday, November 13 – FREE SHOW & SALE

Saturday, November 12, 10 am-5 pm | RESERVE TICKETS 
Sunday, November 13, 11 am-4 pm | RESERVE TICKETS
RSVP appreciated, but not required.

This is your chance to see 18 of the best ceramic artists in America in one place! Pottery on the Hill features functional pottery, all meant to be used in your every day life. Whether you’re looking for a unique holiday or wedding gift, hope to decorate your home with one-of-a-kind items like platters, vases, serving bowls or dinnerware, or even just want to upgrade your coffee cup or beer stein, you’ll find an impressive collection of handmade pots at Pottery on the Hill.

Proof of vaccination is required for all ticketed Hill Center events.
*Masks required for Friday’s reception when not eating/drinking, Saturday/Sunday are mask optional*

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VIRTUAL SILENT AUCTION TO BENEFIT HILL CENTER
November 3-13, 2022

We’re thrilled to announce a virtual silent auction from November 3-13 to benefit Hill Center at the Old Naval Hospital, the physical home of Pottery on the Hill. Participating potters have generously donated a piece of their work to be auctioned off to support the work of this arts and cultural center. Bookmark THIS PAGE to browse these special pots once it opens.

Meet the 18 Potters