ASU Clay Club Pottery Sale and Exhibition

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We don't mean to stress you out, but it's time we all accept the fact that the holidays are coming up. And that means it's time to get our shop on.

Since we feel a duty to inform you of every opportunity to buy local, unique goods (a.k.a. gifts that don't come from the mall) whenever possible, we couldn't help but pass on some info about a few pieces of unique ceramic that were made by ASU students.

Check out two ASU Clay Club events ripe with unique gift-scoring potential after the jump ...

Check out the ASU Clay Club Pottery Sale Tuesday and Wednesday (November 16 to 17) all day at the MU fountain at the ASU Tempe Campus.


Head to Art One in Scottsdale for "Plasticity: An ASU Clay Club Juried Exhibition" today until December 17 (the opening reception is this Thursday, November 18 from 7 to 9 p.m.), where chosen pieces by Peter Held, Curator of the ASU Art Museum Ceramics Research Center will be on display and available for purchase.

Between both events, you can take your pick of ceramic artwork made by ASU students, graduates and faculty.

Go. Spend. And receive praise for being such a great gift giver.

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