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Brooklyn Ceramic Arts Tour (BCAT) May 17th-19th

May 17, 8 am5 pm.
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Brooklyn Ceramic Arts Tour (BCAT) to host weekend celebration

of all things Ceramics and Clay!

Brooklyn, NY – Join Brooklyn’s thriving ceramic community for the 2nd annual Brooklyn Ceramic Arts Tour (BCAT) May 17 – 19, 2024.


Local artists, studios, galleries, and businesses across the Borough will open their doors to the public for FREE exhibitions, workshops, demonstrations, artist talks, sales and more.


Highlighted Events include:


  • BARRO in Brooklyn, Latin American in Clay ExhibitionOne Eyed Studios, Bushwick
  • Chronic Clay: A Celebration of Ceramics & Cannabis including pipe making workshop – A.MANO Brooklyn, Prospect Heights
  • Community Mosaic Making Party – ClayWorks on Columbia, Columbia Street Waterfront
  • Ceramics at The Brooklyn Circus: Keeping it local, The Brooklyn Circus, Boerum Hill
  • Earth & Fire: Handmade Ceramic Planters Sale Brooklyn Horticulture, Gowanus
  • The Feminine Urge, concepts of femininity through art – BK Here, Williamsburg
  • Hand + Build, hand-building workshop & exhibition, The Makers Guild , Industry City
  • Got a Light? Ceramic candleholders, luminaries, sconces, & electric lighting –  XOLO, Williamsburg
  • Queer Clay, work from LGBTQ+ ceramistsPrinciples GI Coffee Shop, Gowanus
  • Water Retention: The tough love between flowers and their vessels, hosted by Fell Flowers, Sycamore Bar & Flower Shop, Flatbush
  • Williamsburg Charter High School, Brunch, wheel-throwing, hand-building, & glazing workshops, Bushwick
  • And much more..

BCAT aims to promote Brooklyn’s diverse and growing ceramics community. Our FREE weekend tour allows visitors to learn more about clay, experience it firsthand and get to know the vast community of ceramic markers that live and work in the Borough.


Tour participants include: A.MANO, BK Here,  BKLYN Clay, Brooklyn Horticulture, Bushwick Ceramics, Centerpoint Ceramics, Café Martin, ClayHouse Brooklyn, Clay Space Brooklyn, ClayWorks on Columbia, Gasworks, Kare Ceramics Studio, Nicholas Newcomb Studio , Old America CAN Factory, One Eyed Studios,  Powerhouse Arts, Principle Coffee GI, Rene Murray Studio, Sycamore Bar & Flower Shop, The Brooklyn Circus, The Makers Guild , The Shirley Project, Third Ave ClayThis is Latin America, Williamsburg Charter High School , XOLO, Yaro Studios, and many other Brooklyn ceramic studios, galleries and local host businesses.


All events are free to the public.


For more information, questions, images or interviews contact jill.bell@hotmil.com or nic@nicholasnewcomb




Jill Bell & Nic Newcomb

BCAT Organizers