VIP ticket holders will have first access to see and purchase the work of 12 esteemed potters.
Complimentary Copper and King signature cocktails provided by SXPF for our attendees along with a cash bar, hors d'oeuvres, and live entertainment.
Open and free to the public. Come see and shop the work of 12 esteemed potters.
Bloody Mary Bar provided by Copper and Kings (cash bar). Between 10am - 12pm four potters will demonstrate their unique techniques and decorative styles! Demonstrating Potters Include: Jason Bige Burnett, Steven G. Cheek, Didem Mert
Admission at Door
$30 for handmade bowl & soup / $10 for meal only / $5 children 12 and under
Local potters, restaurants, schools, entertainers and many more coming together in solving childhood suffering one meal at a time in Kentuckiana. Proceeds of donated handmade ceramic bowls and soup go directly to supporting A Recipe To End Hunger and Carole’s Kitchen.
Craft(s) Gallery presents CURRENT: An Exhibition of The Southern Crossings Pottery Festival
Opening Reception & First Friday Trolley Hop - Friday, Jan. 4th
Much like the flow of the Ohio River -- the steady current traveling state to state and the impact it has on Louisville -- contemporary craft is very much the same.
Southern Crossings Pottery Festival's Potters Market highlights some of the top local and regional artists, as well as several nationally recognized potters. This exhibition is a preview of the twelve 2019 exhibiting artists, with select pieces that highlight the artists' current interests in form, surface, and concepts. The 2019 SXPF Potters include: Jason Bige Burnett, Kyle Carpenter, Amy Chase, Steven G Cheek, Jim Gottuso, Kristen Kieffer, David Kenton Kring, Courtney Martin, Didem Mert, Lindsay Oesterritter, Lindsay Rogers and Amelia Stamps. In addition to the 2019 SXPF potters Ewa Perz will also be joining the SXPF exhibition this year showcasing her pottery-inspired paintings.
Saturday, Dec. 15
Artist & Craftsman Supply
1002 Barret Avenue
Louisville, KY 40204
SXPF Community Collaborator, Louisville Artist and Craftsman Supply (A&C), are hosting a sale of handmade coffee mugs created by SXPF Coordinators Steven Cheek, Amy Chase and Jason Burnett. Each mug will retail at $25 and proceeds will go into benefiting the pottery festival. A&C will also include goodies per mug purchase. Support handmade, come get your holiday shopping on for your creative friends, and why not enjoy a cup of coffee while your at it!
Monday, Dec. 3 - Tuesday, Dec. 4 - 8am-7pm
Baptist Health / Milestone Wellness Center
750 Cypress Station Drive
Louisville, KY 40207
Locally made ceramic bowls will be available for purchase ($30 each) and proceeds of sales will go to benefiting organizations that help support the fight to end childhood hunger in Kentuckiana.