Moving Forward

Now that Baltimore Clayworks is reopened and on its way back to joyous well-being, it is time to sunset the Clayworks Community Campaign and to retire this website. Instead we ask you to visit baltimoreclayworks.org for news and notices about programs and plans. Thank you for your interest, support and dedication. Hope to see you … Continue reading Moving Forward

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Baltimore Clayworks New Info

BaltimoreClayworks.org will be relaunched with a new website next week. In the meantime, please visit ClayworksCommunity.com 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