Cook on Clay celebrates new design and manufacturing site with Open House

Posted in Culinary, Member News, Visual Art

Sept 17, 2014

Cook on Clay, the nationally known pottery studio located on Whidbey Island, invites the community to an Open House to celebrate its new design and manufacturing center. The event takes place from 2 to 5 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 21  at 19762 Highway SR 20 in Coupeville.

Robbie Lobell and Maryon Attwood, owners of Cook on Clay, and the studio staff will lead tours of the production facility and demonstrate the new hydraulic press, which gives the potters complete control over design, moldmaking, quality and quantity of their patented flameware products. The Design and Manufacturing Center is located just a few miles from the pottery studio, and is where glazing, bisquing, firing, manufacturing and packaging are done.

Cook on Clay also recently announced their new Zakin Apprenticeship Program for Women in Studio Art, Business and Manufacturing in Ceramics. The nationally recognized program is affiliated with the Allied Arts Foundation of Seattle, qualifying Cook on Clay for grants and charitable tax-deductible donations in support of education.

If you plan to attend the open house, please RSVP to maryon@cookonclay.com.

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