/Potters back for eleventh year

Potters back for eleventh year

Potters Market draws customers


This year’s annual SC4’s Potters Market raked in a grand total of $12,213.90, which earned the fine arts department $1,370.27 after expenses. Although this was not one of their top selling years the artists were very proud of the turnout.

The pottery display featured 23 local artists’ work in the M-Tech building from Nov. 14-17. Potters exhibited many different styles such as Raku, Functional, Crystalline, and Pit Fire.

This was SC4’s eleventh year hosting this artistic affair to create awareness of local talent and raise money for the SC4 art programs.

According to Brian and Brent Westrick, the arts department added another day to the event, giving students and staff of the college a chance to view the earthenware.

I love pottery and the artists…I love to ask how they made it,” stated Linn Bendik, a returning customer to the event. Potters with work on display volunteered during the event to give customers the best possible experience.

Be sure to watch for next year’s Potters Market on the SC4 website.

Emily Mainguy

Copy Editor