US: Emerging Voices in Clay

Curated by Roberto Lugo
July 11 - September 23


- Work for Purchase -

 Vessel by Akira Satake, arrangement by Emiko Suzuki

Vessel by Akira Satake, arrangement by Emiko Suzuki


Floating Islands: 

Ceramic Ikebana Vessels

Curated by  Akira Satake
August 24 - October 30th

See pictures from the Exhibition Opening at the JICC

See pictures of the pieces at the JICC


Work for Purchase -


 Currently Showing at the Japan Information and Culture Center: Aug 24 - Sept. 27

At the District Clay Gallery:  Sept 28 - Oct. 28


Sponsored by the District Clay Gallery, the Japanese Information and Cultural Center and Ikebana International

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                  About The district clay gallery

The District Clay Gallery opened in November 2016 as part of the District Clay Center, a 6,400 sq. foot clay facility in Washington DC.  The Gallery is a 500 square foot room at the front of the Center.  It holds six exhibitions a year, including annual exhibitions that highlight emerging ceramic artists and important social and political themes. 

The District Clay Gallery and  Center is located within the "Off the Beaten Track Warehouse,"  a  large brick warehouse repurposed for artists and artisans in northeast Washington.

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What's on at The District Clay Center

The District Clay Center offers community classes, workshops, an artist program, resident artist space for emerging ceramic artists and more.  

To find out what's going on at the Center,  click here.