Millarville Market APA Booth accepting potters

Sat, Jun 16, 2018 7:00 AM 07:00 Sat, Oct 6, 2018 8:00 AM 08:00

The Millarville Market is on Saturdays from June 16 to October 6

If you are interested in trying out a Saturday or two:

  • Potters must attend from 7am until 2pm.
  • Tables, tablecloths, and tent are provided.
  • Artists must bring one tote of pottery and any prop pieces. Our theme is black tablecloths and medium to dark colored wood for props. We do have a couple prop pieces for artists to use. Please keep to these theme colours.
  • Table fee is $25/Saturday. You will be sharing a tent and may share a table. You are guaranteed 1/2 of a table. We have a maximum of three potters per Saturday
  • Deadline for application is May 15, 2018.

Please contact Rylee at (403) 919-4195 or email membership.albertapotters (at)

Ceramic Residency Exhibition - by Lethbridge Artist and APA Treasurer Giselle Peters

Ceramic Residency Exhibition: Shelsea Dodd and Giselle Peters Wednesday, March 30th 5pm - 7pm See the wonderful work of our 2016 Ceramic Residents, including wall paintings created just for this exhibition of ceramic figures and forms produced in the studios at Castle Hill between January and March.    

March 30th 5-7 pm
Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill         
Truro, Massachusetts

  I am fascinated by the creative process.  I believe that art is play and play is an essential vehicle of learning and exploration for all ages.  There is a point in our development that we are taught we are too old to play and life loses its magic and becomes ever more grey and grown up.  If my work can bring a bit of childhood innocence and wonder back into the world, then I feel that I have accomplished something worthwhile.  In my own process, I allow the material to find its form organically and watch with curiosity as the work develops, usually into a character with its own unique personality.  I believe that making art in this way can bring forth subconscious ideas and emotions and my work proves this to me constantly.  

    There are themes that have remained consistent throughout my practice and one of these is the importance of change.  I believe that nothing in life is ever perfect or permanent and that change is the only constant.  I strive to produce nonpermanent art that communicates the importance of experiencing life in the moment.  The time spent in this residency was for me a time to explore non permanence in a particularly permanent material.  I used this opportunity to paint with clay on the walls to produce narrative environments to my characters to exist for the duration of a show and this exhibition showcases the final result.