Special Exhibitions

Past Exhibitions



Florida Heat: Surface Design 2017 Exhibition

Feb 10th - March 25th 2017

An exhibition in conjunction with the Florida Heat: Surface Design workshop series. Nationally recognized demonstrating artists include Matthew Metz, Linda Christianson, Sam Chung, Carole Epp, Meredith Host, Thaddeus Erdahl, Adam Field and Ben Carter.

Find out more about the Surface Design Workshop.


Tucker Claxton - Mystery Wangz:Fingers Basket


Artist In Residence Silent Auction

Saturday, February 4th, 6pm-8pm

This free event will feature work from each of our Resident Artists as well as work from nationally renowned artists including: Shana Fliegel, Brett Kern, Rob Kohlhouse, Lindsay Oesterritter, Stephen Robinson and Amy Santoferraro. All proceeds from the silent auction will got to support the Artist in Residence Program.



Out of the Ashes

An exhibition of wood fired ceramics, juried by Matt Schiemann.  December 10th - January 31st.



Color My World

A solo exhibition of work by Beth Morean

November 12th Opening from 5-9 at the Morean Center for Clay

Exhibition runs November 12th - January 31st.


Sue Tirrell-Tooled Bull Platter

Stories on Clay...

A ceramic exhibition with a focus on narrative, story telling and imagery,  juried by Sue Tirrell.  
October 8th - November 22nd.
Opening Reception: October 8th, 5-9pm, Morean Center for Clay, Free



A.I.R. Buds
Morean Center for Clay's Artist In Residence Exhibit
Opening Reception: September 10th, 2016 5pm-9pm

More info on the Artist In Residence Program


Morean Center for Clay's Member Show

August 1st - 31st


Haley Swanson

July 1st - July 31st,


Tyler Houston

June 1st - 30th, 2016


 Kenyon Hansen
April 9th - May 31st, 2016


Peter Pincus

October 1st - November 30th 2015

Current Exhibition




pintz pitchers


Joe Pintz

March 21-April 31st, 2017

Opening Reception April 8th, 2017 5-9pm

Come join us at the Morean Center for Clay as we hold a two-day workshop by ceramicist Joe Pintz. Pintz’s functional and sculptural ceramic work explores the role that domestic objects play in fulfilling our physical and emotional needs. Inspired by his Midwestern roots, Pintz creates simple forms based on utilitarian vessels and other implements associated with the hand. In the process, the dense meaning of these objects is transferred into clay.

More Info on the Joe Pintz Hands-on Workshop March 30-31st, 2017 

Upcoming Exhibitions