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Clay Holiday Opening Celebration

August 29, 2015

clay art center logoNovember 21 – December 23, 2015

 

Opening reception November 21, 2015 6-8pm
Gallery Hours are M-F 10am – 6pm / Saturday 10am – 4pm

 

With holiday spirit everywhere, CAC treats you to a full table of ceramics by our own artists as well as from around the United States. Come and peruse our plethora of clay gifts, but act fast as everyone has their eyes on the prize! Below are just a sample of what to expect from our CAC artists.

 

For more information, visit www.clayartcenter.org.




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