Fraser Valley Potters Guild visits Newton

Working studio and exhibition by guild members in the PopUp Newton Gallery + Creative Hub until Sunday.

The Fraser Valley Potters Guild is hosting an interactive PopUp working studio and exhibition by artist members in the PopUp Newton Gallery + Creative Hub space from Wednesday to Sunday (June 29 to July 3.)

The PopUp Open Studio will include an exhibition and studio space where guild members will be actively working.

Visitors will be invited to participate in clay activities.

The Fraser Valley Potters Guild is a non-profit association of potters and pottery enthusiasts.  Formed in 1975, the guild invites members at all levels from beginners to professional potters.

Work includes functional pottery, sculpture, tile work and wearable art.

PopUp Newton Gallery + Creative Hub is a collaborative community art project supported by the City of Surrey to connects artists, residents and the business community through art. It is located on 137 Street at 72A Avenue.

Visit to connect with the project team and to receive information and updates.

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