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Piedmont Technical College to Hold Spring Pottery Sale


web posted April 29, 2011

EDGEFIELD – Pottery lovers and shoppers will once again have an opportunity to see the work of local pottery students as Piedmont Technical College hosts its Spring Pottery Show and Sale on May 3 in room 209C of the James C. Self Conference Center on the Greenwood campus and on May 5 at the Center for Creative Economies in Edgefield. The exhibit and sale will feature the works of students enrolled in the Professional Clay certificate program.

The sale will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Pieces for sale include mugs, bowls, baking and serving dishes, teapots, lamps and an array of decorative pieces. This is the second show the students hold each academic year. The first is held in December.

The professional clay program, which is in its fifth year, allows students the opportunity to not only gain the skills needed to produce pottery, but also those skills required to make such production a self-sustaining business. Instruction includes technical knowledge, design skills and marketing and business essentials.
 
Students have already put their marketing skills to use designing posters to publicize the sale. The event also provides students an opportunity to gauge what kind of market exists for particular kinds of pieces. A drawing for door prizes will be held at the end of each day and no purchase is necessary to register or win. For more information about the sale, call the Center for Creative Economies at (803) 637-9616.








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