The Guild welcomes inquires about membership.
For membership inquiries, click here.
There are of two types of membership in the Guild - Associate and Working
Associate Members work in their own studios
and enjoy several benefits from their membership.
See below. The annual fee is $50.00 plus GST
Working Members use the Guild facilities as their
studio (work room for throwing, hand building;
glaze and kiln rooms). To become a working
member you must be able to work independently
in the studio. Members provide their own clay and
tools. They share glazes and access to the kilns,
and must be on a committee.
New members receive an orientation and learn
how to make glazes and operate the kilns.
The Working Members form the Studio Committee
and work cooperatively to share the studio
operations activities. The annual Working
Membership fee: $350.00 plus GST. Working
members pay for each kiln firing.
Benefits of Membership:
Access to the Guild library of books and DVDs
Discounts on class and workshop registration fees
Opportunity to participate in Guild sales and juried exhibitions
Learning and sharing skills and techniques in ceramics from working with, and being inspired by, a community of potters.
All members share in the decision-making of the Guild.
Being an active participant in one Guild committees is a requirement of either type of membership.
The committees maintain the Guild functions; for example, sales, classes, exhibitions.
You do not need to be a member in order to take the Guild classes or attend a workshop.