The Southern Maine Clay Guild is collaborating with York High School, the York Episcopal Church and Chases Garage to hold an EMPTY BOWLS soup supper on
Thursday, April 10th from 5:00-7:00pm
at St. George's Episcopal Church
407 York, St.
York, ME 03909
The proceeds from this event will go to the York Food Pantry and End 68 Hours of Hunger. We are looking for donations of ceramic bowls from local potters to help with this fundraiser - Our BOWL-A-THON, here at Chases on Tuesday, February 25th brought us over 100 bowls and more are on their way. Contact Mary Sweeney if you would like to donate and come join us on the 10th for hot soup in a locally handmade bowl of your choice!
Thanks to everyone who's participated in and supported our first season in our gallery. The Gallery at Chases Garage will be closed
from December 9th to May 2014.
In the interim, it will be used as a flexible space for studio renters, courses in various mediums, workshops and more events - To keep in touch with the happenings this winter, join our email list, follow us on facebook and check back frequently for updates - Happy working everyone!
1. NEW! One-Day Ceramics Workshop with Chris Archer - Creating Form and Function on the Wheel 2. BOWL-A-THON Tuesday, February 25th from 5:00-8:00pm to help out EMPTY BOWLS & End 68 Hours of Hunger 3. Session #2 Intro to Painting with Jeremy Miranda and Session #5 Ceramics course with Mary Sweeney start Jan. 15th 4. More courses and workshops TBA including Glaze Characteristics w/ Mary Sweeney 5. The Printmaking Studio!
Chases Garage Artist Studios & Gallery
An exhibition, workshop, and creative studio space housed within an over 100 year old auto garage located downtown at Short Sands Beach in York, Maine. Chases is a creative space that allows artists to be productive on their own but encourages learning and collaboration from others.
By providing a versatile working environment for artists and creative professionals year round, Chases Garage Artist Studios & Gallery aims to assemble and support a dynamic artist community. Studio spaces, membership to communal workspaces as well as teaching and exhibition opportunities allow us to
encourage communication between artists and the public.