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Mother of All Pottery Sales 2022

Union Project Event

Event Dates and Times:

May 7 (10:00 am - 5:00 pm)

Event Cost:



JOIN US: May 7, 2022 This free, all-ages event will take place at Union Project on Saturday, May 7, 2022 from 10:00 am – 5:00 pm.

Union Project is thrilled to announce that the Mother of All Pottery Sales (MOAPS) is back! Ceramic artists will exhibit and sell their work while local artists demonstrate wheel throwing and Raku firing to visitors. Union Project uses ceramic arts to create meaningful community connections. The Mother of All Pottery Sales brings Pittsburgh’s ceramics community together, artists and patrons alike, for a day of demonstrations, mingling, selling, and sharing.

To provide the safest experience for everyone involved, we are planning for the following precautions:

  • Masks will be required throughout the event.
  • Artist booths will be more spread out than in years past.
  • Indoor spaces will utilize timed entry. Grab your free indoor entry time below!

Note: All artist sales tables have been moved indoors on account of the weather forecast. Ceramics demonstrations will still happen at the Kiln Shelter outdoors. We recommend bringing an umbrella with you to watch our local artists work! 

Participating booth artists: Liana Agnew, Ali Ruby Ceramics, Christy Culp Ceramics, Cloonanware, Deavron “The Urban Explorer” Dailey, Luke Doyle, Emmanuelle Ceramics, fdpottery, Robert Heithoff, Bryce Hemington, jackson creations, Janet Watkins Ceramics, Jowdy Studio, Heidi Kenney, Taylor Mezo, Robyn’s Nest Pottery, Hannah Scrima, and Talon Smith Ceramics

The Spotlight Gallery, managed by Union Project’s staff and volunteers will feature an impressive selection of pottery by clay artists from across Union Project’s community including Milo Berezin, Marcé Nixon-Washington, Justin Rothshank, Isaac Scott, Kara Zupancic, Mac Star McCusker, and more.

Mother of All Pottery Sales is supported in part by Bridgeway Capital’s Creative Business Accelerator and Simpson McCrady. Union Project is supported in part by the Allegheny Regional Asset District.


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