Minnesota Pottery Festival in Hutchinson
Thirty-five potters from across North America will be on display at the 8th annual Minnesota Pottery Festival in Hutchinson. The Festival provides an excellent day trip for clay-lovers, families and collectors. Entrance and parking are free, there is a complimentary golf cart shuttle available and many dedicated handicap parking spaces. The two days are filled with on-site raku firing, Pottery Olympic competitions, ceramic technique demonstrations, and a Kids’ Station where children of all ages can get their hands dirty.
The Minnesota Pottery Festival takes place on the grounds of the Clay Coyote Gallery & Pottery in Hutchinson on Saturday and Sunday, July 27th and 28th. The backdrop includes thirty acres of conservation prairie land, two ponds, half-mile trails, and beautiful Todd Lake in the distance.
The Minnesota Pottery Festival is a nonprofit organization, it’s mission is to provide a venue for quality clay artists to educate and engage with an increasingly knowledgeable public by raising the appreciation and understanding of pottery to help broaden the depth and breadth of ceramic arts in Minnesota.