Celebrate the 100th Wood Kiln Firing with a
Fundraising Sale of Rich Holck Shino Glazed Pottery
Recently we had the 100th firing of our wood kiln at Historic Yellow Springs. With this milestone in mind, as well as limited funds during COVID-19 pandemic, Rich Holck has generously offered to host a fundraising pottery sale.
Rich has recently fired numerous that he made during our state’s-stay-at-home order. The gas-fired pottery is all glazed with shinos. He has offered to donate 90% of the sale of his pots to the benefit of the Studio! With the current 39K of lost income just from class cancellations and refunds—every donation and offer of support is appreciated.
Please join us for this celebration and sale. Students and the ceramic community are invited to have first choice on Friday afternoon. The weekend dates are open to the public.
Friday, August 7, 2- 4pm
Saturday, August 8, 12- 2pm
Sunday, August 9, 12- 2pm
Chester Springs Ceramic Studio
Clement and Peggy O’Rourke Pavilion
We are COVID compliant and ask that everyone wear a mask and be mindful of social distancing.
Historic Yellow Springs especially thanks Rich Holck, and all who participate in this fundraiser for your support!
We appreciate all who have been a part of our creative community and look for ways to continue to support local artists and the arts.