Friday, May 03, 2024 - Sunday, May 05, 2024

3rd Annual Arkansas Pottery Festival

Community Creative Center

What to know

This exciting 3-day weekend will include pottery demonstrations and lectures by Living National Treasure of the Cherokee Nation Troy Jackson, and nationally recognized Quapaw potter Betty Gaedtke (Te-mi-zhi-ka) on Friday and Saturday, an exhibition and pottery sale of over 100 potters from Arkansas and surrounding states, and an exhibition of Master Works from the Ceramics Collections courtesy of the University of Arkansas.
Saturday night attendees are invited to a cookout and Potters’ Potluck social event, with live music, in conjunction with Artosphere.
Vendor booths will include the Clay Bank, Kansas City Clay Guild, and Dickson Street Bookstore. We are also partnering with Cobblestone Farms for a Flowerpot and Plant Sale Fundraiser, with a wide selection of affordable handmade planters and locally grown plants. Buy a Planter, get a free Plant for a great Mother’s Day Gift!
Concurrent events will include the UARK Ceramics Student Sale and Exhibition, Walton Arts Center Illuminations Series featuring artist Daniel Johnston, noted for being the foremost practitioner of the North Carolina pottery style and tours of the Museum of Native American History.

Concurrent Events:
U of A School of Art –Ceramic Students Sale & Exhibition
639 West Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard
Fayetteville AR
May 4th & 5th 10am-5pm

Museum of Native American History
Sun 10 am-2 pm

Walton Arts Center’s Illuminations Series
featuring Daniel Johnston

505 W. Spring Street
Fayetteville, AR 72701