Mother of all Pottery Sales set for Highland Park
Union Project, 801 N. Negley Ave., Highland Park, will host the first-ever Mother of all Pottery Sales from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 26.
The event, created to celebrate ceramics and bring together the Pittsburgh region ceramic community, will feature local artists exhibiting and selling their work — everything from functional ceramics like mugs and teapots to sculptural ceramics.
Some of Pittsburgh's best clay artists will demonstrate their skills on the potter's wheel and their handbuilding techniques.
The Mother of all Pottery Sales is part of Union Project's weekend event, the Spring Thing. This annual community event welcomes spring with a house party on April 25 and the pottery sale on April 26.
The house party, from 5 to 8 p.m. April 25, will feature live music from vocalist Anqwenique Wingfield, cornhole and food trucks. The events are free and for all ages. Details: www.unionproject.org
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