This is the premier event for Red Wing stoneware, dinnerware, and art pottery collectors. Events include a members only consignment auction, workshops lead by fellow collectors, a show & sale, and social events.
MidWinter 2020 will be returning to the Isle Hotel in Bettendorf, IA. The event kicks off Friday evening with a members social. Saturday events include workshops, show & sale, chapter meetings, and a live auction by Houghton Auctions. Sunday members meet up at the Hotel Buffet for breakfast before heading home.
Fall Crock Fest ! Celebrating Red Wing Stoneware with 2 days of parking lot sales, Saturday night pizza party 6-8 at the museum. If interest in setting up in the parking lot message Lawrence Peterson.
Can you believe it’s September already?? That means it’s time for Featherstone Pottery’s annual kiln firing! Join Featherstone Pottery on Saturday September 14th, bring a dish to share, an instrument to play, or just yourselves. Share with your friends and social network. They would love to see you there!
Calling all Collectors of Red Wing and other antiques! Check out the Pottery Convention Pottery & Antique Sale and Displays Displays created by collectors Saturday, July 13 9 am to 1 pm The Show and Sale on Saturday, July 13 is open to the public from 10:30 am to 1:30 pm when the show closes.
Calling all Collectors of Red Wing, MN Pottery & Stoneware! Are you a collector of Mid-Century Red Wing art pottery or dishes, Stoneware Primitives, or it all? This event is not to be missed! Stop by and see the Pottery Museum of Red Wing! We look forward to seeing you at the Convention! Members…
The Red Wing Collectors Society Foundation Proudly Presents Our Annual Fundraiser at the Pottery Museum of Red Wing. Tickets are $25 at can be purchased at the Pottery Museum.
The Pottery Museum of Red Wing’s newest exhibit depicts what a saloon might have looked like before Prohibition. Volunteer Steve Ketcham, wearing in period clothing, will be happy to answer any of your questions that day. Free guided tours will be at 12:00 noon, 2:00 PM, and at 4:00 PM.
The history behind face jugs reaches all the way back to the 1700s with a variety of interesting stories as to why they were created and by whom (check it out online). In this class, you’ll start with a 3 pound clay whiskey jug to which you’ll add face features of your choosing using clay.…
CANCELLED – Coil building is an age-old technique for making a myriad of different pieces of pottery and clay-based artwork. Through this process, you’ll learn the techniques for making pottery pieces out of long ropes of clay. You’ll make two pieces approximately 12″ to 18″ each. After class, your pieces will be glazed and fired…