Currently on Display at the Textile Center: “Patterns”
Members of the Guild have put together a display of our work at the Textile Center for their featured guild wall – check it out!
May 1 – June 30, 2019
PCGMN at Art-A-Whirl® 2019
The Guild will once again have several members showing their work and talking about polymer clay during this nationally recognized art crawl. The Guild will be at the Grain Belt Bottling House, founder Layl McDill, of Clay Squared, will be at their new digs at The Flux Building, and Heather Tinkham will be in #155 in the Northrup King Building.
Friday, May 17, 5- 10pm | Saturday, May 18, 12 – 8pm | Sunday, May 19, 12 – 5pm
The Polymer Clay Guild of Minnesota’s mission is to promote polymer clay as an art form and to share our knowledge and ideas with others who love working with polymer clay. The guild’s objectives are to provide a forum for members to share their expertise and educate the public, promoting interest in the use of polymer clay as an artistic medium by:
- Exhibiting polymer clay work in galleries, art centers and other display venues
- Demonstrating clay techniques at public events
- Teaching techniques through public service opportunities
We do this in a safe, respectful and welcoming environment.
Guild meetings include both “play” and “business” focuses; come early to get set up and talk clay with others, shop for garage sale items, or be a part of special projects. Drop in to our monthly guild meeting as a guest to find out more!
Directions and map links for both locations are on the new Clay Play page!
A list of all upcoming Clay Play times and locations are posted in the monthly meeting minutes and on the group calendar at the PCGMN Yahoo site.