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28th Annual ACGA Clay & Glass Festival in Palo Alto
TYPICAL FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS:
- More Than 130 Juried Artists. Meet renowned clay and glass artists, and get an insider’s look into the creative processes behind their work as you peruse their collections.
- Live Demonstrations. Watch raw materials turn into beautiful shapes at live clay and ikebana demonstrations both Saturday and Sunday.
- Clay For All. An interactive clay project for artists of all ages.
Artist Showcase. Visit the Artist Showcase in the Palo Alto Art Center Auditorium, where you can preview as well as purchase a selection of the artists’ best work.
ABOUT ACGA: The Association of Clay and Glass Artists of California (www.acga.net) is dedicated to establishing and maintaining high standards of craftsmanship and design in clay and glass. The ACGA began as the Association of San Francisco Potters in 1945. The group now has more than 500 members,including clay and glass artists, students, patrons and supporters, galleries, network organizations and corporate sponsors from throughout California.
ACGA Clay & Glass Festival in Palo Alto. A free, fabulous weekend celebrating the work of more than 130 juried artists who will display the finest in handcrafted glass and ceramic art. Meet the artists while shopping or take part in fun activities such as demonstrations in pottery-making and ikebana techniques. Free admission; valet parking available at the Palo Alto Art Center. Hosted by the Association of Clay and Glass Artists of California (ACGA) and co-sponsored by the Palo Alto Art Center and KFOG.
Artwork from past Festivals: