We have closed The Clay Lady’s Campus & Gallery to foot traffic, until further notice. Please call to make an appointment to shop the Gallery.
Taking into consideration all the current information about the COVID-19 challenge and out of an abundance of caution, all class listings are subject to change as we respond and make the best decisions possible for the health of everyone. Although we are limiting our workshops and enrollment through the end of 2020, please check back regularly for 2021 workshops and classes.
The Clay Lady’s Campus provides you a way to purchase handmade art from our Campus artists with an online Virtual Gallery called The CLC Gallery. Please support these local artists as they work from home.
MSC HOURS: TUESDAY-FRIDAY 10:00am-5:30pm, SATURDAY 10:00am-2:00pm, Online store is open 24/7
We are limiting the Mid-South Ceramics Showroom to two customers at a time and a mask is required to enter. We encourage customers to order via the phone or online with no contact curbside pickup. All business practices are in place to keep our staff and customers healthy & safe.
Mid-South Ceramics, on The Clay Lady’s Campus, has been a part of our community for over 30 years. And a portion of being a good part of any community is recognizing the necessity for change as social needs dictate. We are meeting this current COVID-19 challenge day by day and working to be as nimble as possible to supply our customers with ceramic supplies that bring so much joy.
Stay safe and stay creative!
The Clay Lady’s Campus Workshops Rescheduled:
Progressive Dinner – CANCELLED
Faux Platter workshop – rescheduled to October 24, Confirmed
Raku Kiln building workshop – rescheduled to January 30, Confirmed
No Clay Lady field trips in 2020
COMING SOON… Kurinuki Clay at Home Kits for Adults!
Danielle McDaniel, The Clay Lady, has been teaching clay and instructing art educators in The Clay Lady Way across Middle Tennessee since 1982. In 2007, Danielle and her business associate, Tami Archer, purchased Mid-South Ceramic Supply Company and created The Clay Lady Campus as a place for artists to create together.