Founder's Mug Exhibition 

Gloucester Pottery School is accepting entries for the Founder's Mug Exhibition.  This exhibition will be held in the Dust Evan's Gallery.  All items must be for sale.  60% of sales are retained by the artist and 40% of sales go towards the Founder's Bursaries to improve access of programming for members of equity seeking groups.  The School's founder Rosemary Swan started Gloucester Pottery School in 1991 and led it for almost 30 years before retiring at the end of 2020.  The school continues her mission of providing excellent education and community enrichment through ceramics.

There is no fee to enter

Up to 3 entries per person

Mugs must primarily be made of clay

Open to Canadian artists and artists living in Canada at the time of the exhibition

Delivery or shipping to Gloucester Pottery School is the responsibility of the artist

Unsold works will be the responsibility of Gloucester Pottery School to return to the artist

Work will be displayed in the gallery and will be viewable online and available for sale.

Sold items will be available after the exhibition ends

Entry Deadline: October 31st

Notification: Nov 7th

Arrive at GPS by: November 21st

Exhibition Dates: December 9th - February 8th

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equity-seeking groups:

Equity-seeking groups are communities that face significant collective challenges in participating in society. This marginalization could be created by attitudinal, historic, social and environmental barriers based on age, ethnicity, disability, economic status, gender, nationality, race, sexual orientation and transgender status, etc. Equity-seeking groups are those that identify barriers to equal access, opportunities and resources due to disadvantage and discrimination and actively seek social justice and reparation.