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This year the Salt Spring Island Potters Guild will host its second juried Exhibition and Prize competition showcasing excellent ceramic art produced in the province of BC.  The exhibition and awards are meant to encourage artistic and technical excellence in the practice of ceramic artists and to raise awareness and profile of ceramic arts in our collective communities.  The exhibition will be located on Salt Spring island, at historic Mahon Hall from Oct 04th -14th, 2018.

Call for online submissions are now open and will close on May 31. Click here to access the submissions page.


For more information please go to or where you will find more information on prize money, the jury, submission requirements, our 2016 show, signing up for updates and more.


Canada 150 Patchwork Quilt Project complete at CN Centre !!


The Prince George Potters' wanted to contribute to the overall story of our community so we asked members of the public to paint a tile that expressed their connection to Prince George – an activity, interest or feature of our city that was important to their quality of life.

This tile installation consists of 1375 tiles painted by children, students, teachers, seniors, artists, first nations, people at risk, health professionals, business people, and many members of the general public - anyone who was interested in contributing to the project.

The Potters' Guild would like to acknowledge the following:

  • The artists who contributed their work to the feature panels: Cliff Mann, Natalie,  Marc Lacaille, and  Carla Joseph;
  • The members of the Potters' Guild for their contributions;
  • All of our tile painters who enthusiastically supported the project and helped create this amazing installation;
  • The staff of the CN Centre who provided a venue and valuable input;
  • The staff of the City of Prince George for their insight, hard work and financial contributions;
  • The various businesses and agencies that helped by hosting tile painting sessions; and
  • The Government of Canada through the Canada 150 initiative for their financial contributions


Beginner Handbuilding Class

with Ayla Davidson

Thursdays - May 17 - June 21, 2018
6 pm to 9 pm
Course fee: $265

Fee includes: 
• 6 evenings of instruction, plus one month of studio time following classes 
• clay and use of guild tools
• glazing and firing during classes


Functional pottery made without the use of the wheel. The focus will be on slab forms with extruded attachments, but we will also touch on pinching and coiling techniques. Students are encouraged to use the studio for practice during their six weeks of instruction and four weeks of studio time. Typical hand building projects include platters with feet, rims and handles, bowls, vases, planters and more.

To register for these classes, please contact Studio 2880 at 250-562-4526





   Our Mission

To promote communication and co-operation among those interested in the ceramic arts.

To foster artistic and educational activities within the Guild and the community.

To promote members' work through sales, exhibitions and demonstration.