The Village Potters, Asheville

The Village Potters, River Arts District

One of your first stops in the River Arts District near downtown Asheville and Biltmore should be The Village Potters. Meet the artists and take a peek into their teaching studios. Browse galleries with their fine, contemporary ceramic art and for sale. They are also a pottery teaching center, so sign up for clay classes.

Village Potters Asheville

The Village Potters are Sarah Wells Rolland, Judi Harwood, Melanie Robertson, Lori Theriault, Julis Mann and Christine Henry. They comprise an intentional collective of potters who share a commitment to inspire a passion for ceramic art and nurture creative exploration through education, experience, relationships and community. Riverview Station is also home to many other artists to visit. The gallery is open every day of the week.

Village Potters Workshop Asheville

The Teaching Center offers ongoing clay classes in wheel and hand building for adults, an Advanced Ceramics Program, master workshops, scheduled demonstrations and hands-on workshops. They love to work with students on their individual dreams and potential. Take 4-12 week series and many special weekend workshops for the more experienced potter. New in 2019 will be special "Get Your Hands Dirty" custom workshops that you can book for small groups for 12 or more. The Village Potters is an educational member of The Craft Guild of the Southern Highlands, and is an official distributor for Laguna Clays.

Gift Registry
Getting married? Work directly with one of The Village Potters to design a very personal list of handmade dinnerware, service ware, decorative pieces and accessories for your wedding registry. Also create a registry for a big birthday, anniversary, graduation or new home. Click here to visit their website.

Location
The Village Potters is located at Riverview Station (next to 310 Art) in Asheville’s River Arts District at:
191 Lyman Street, #180
Asheville, NC 28801
828-253-2424
(2.5 miles from Biltmore Estate, 2 miles from downtown Asheville)

Riverview Station is home to 30+ other artists, so stroll through the rest of the building. Local's favorites 12 Bones BBQ restaurant and Wedge Brewery are behind Village Potters.

Hours
They are open on Monday-Saturday, 10 AM-6 PM (except closing at 4 PM in the winter months). Sunday 11 AM-5 PM. They close for about two weeks for Christmas.
Click here to visit their website.

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