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Holiday Party & Sale

Come celebrate the season with La Mano, and pick up some one-of-a-kind, handmade gifts!

Party: Thursday, December 14th, 5:30–8:30 pm
Sale: In the gallery all of December

Peggy Clarke

The work of Peggy Clarke is on display and for sale in the gallery through November 27th.

 

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Oktoberfest 2017

Friday, October 20th, 5:30–8:30 pm

Don’t miss our annual Oktoberfest party and sale! Choose from a huge selection of handmade mugs, cups, and steins, fill it up with beer (or root beer), and enjoy. Hope to see you there!

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Pottery Boot Camp

A one-day intensive workshop with master potter David Moldover

Monday, October 9, 2017
at Mud Matters (46th St and 10th Ave) 11:30 am–5 pm

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Sign up for a Fall Course!

Check out our fall schedule of eight-week wheel and hand building courses. You can then register online.

We also offer introductory hand building and wheel workshops, silver clay workshops, and individual or group private lessons (please call for info).

In the Gallery

The following studio potters are currently showing their work in the La Mano gallery: Alan Chao, Alex Salzberg, Betsy Day, Bob Pesce, Cayden Belzig, Dan Halm, Danny Kaplan, Dave Hollingsworth, David Moldover, Diane Waller, Helane Bronfeld, Janet Pytlik, Julie Hadley, Julie Hirschfeld, Karen Eigo, Laurie Ross, Liqiao Cai, Marge Lurie, Marvin Ross, Marysia Schultz Melissa Green, Nicole Donnelly, Nicole Rose, Peggy Clarke, Raffaela Vergata, Susan Baker, Tae Kim, Tantika Tivorat, Teo Ferrucci, Tessie Nam, and Yin Fan Huang.

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Holiday Sale

holidayshow2016-01Throughout the month of December, work by our studio potters and teachers will be on sale in the La Mano gallery.

And don’t forget the party!
Friday, December 16th, 6–8:30

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Out of the Earth: Pit Fired Ceramics

peggypitfire-01For the month of November 2016, the La Mano gallery is featuring recent work of ceramic artist Peggy Clarke.

This unique collection highlights a process that is rarely seen in New York City—work that has been placed directly into a large pit in the earth, covered with organic and combustible materials and then fired for several hours. With flames rising as high as 6 feet from the ground, all pieces are surrounded by the hot fire. A cover is slowly lowered over the fire, creating an atmosphere of reduced oxygen during which the organic material creates lasting impressions on the pottery.

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Oktoberfest 2016

lm-oktoberfest2016-flierFriday, October 21, 6–9 pm

It’s time once again for our annual mug sale and party. Stop by, pick out your favorite stoneware drinking vessel, fill it up with beer (or root beer), and enjoy. Hope to see you there!

Eric Landon of Tortus Copenhagen

We’re so happy to be hosting a talk and demo by Eric Landon of Tortus Copenhagen on Friday, September 30th, 6–8:30 pm.

There will be a meet and greet after the lecture. $20 admission / $10 for La Mano members.

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