Officially OPEN, Register Now

That's right! Just 2 weeks after the keys changed hands, Baltimore Clayworks Studios and Classrooms are ready to welcome artists, learners and teachers back home. With the help of dozens of volunteers, hard-working returning staff, and a dedicated new Board of Trustees ... we're ready to GET FIRED UP!  You can register now for Fall Classes, Open … Continue reading Officially OPEN, Register Now


Baltimore Clayworks New Info will be relaunched with a new website next week. In the meantime, please visit to access more information, including: *New Board of Trustees - click here. *Agreement for the Continuation of Baltimore Clayworks - click here. *Classes and Open Studio info (online registration coming soon). Schedule and registration form available for download here: Fall 2017 … Continue reading Baltimore Clayworks New Info

It is Official! Baltimore Clayworks to ReOpen Under New Leadership

September 27, 2017 ----------  Baltimore Clayworks, Inc. today announced its new Board of Trustees and confirmed that the Mount Washington-based non-profit organization will reopen its doors and resume operations in October. Following an eight-month grassroots campaign to “Save Baltimore Clayworks” organized by students, artists, teachers and donors, the Agreement for the Continuation of Baltimore Clayworks … Continue reading It is Official! Baltimore Clayworks to ReOpen Under New Leadership

To the Clayworks Community:

We remain optimistic that we will soon be able to reopen, rescue and revive Baltimore Clayworks. Our wide community of supporters has consistently supported this effort and contributed over $300,000 to facilitate the rescue. Delicate negotiations continue between lawyers who are trying to craft an agreement between the current Board and the Clayworks Community LLC. If an agreement … Continue reading To the Clayworks Community:

Update on Progress

Last month the news headlines were about the doors closing at Baltimore Clayworks and plans to proceed to a bankruptcy filing. Because a bankruptcy filing could mean permanent closing, the Clayworks Community Campaign has worked to identify a different solution. With the help of several Baltimore arts leaders, we have made great progress. While we … Continue reading Update on Progress