Feats of Clay

  • Central New York's Feats of Clay was established in 1987 as a means to foster education of the ceramic arts for Syracuse area high schools. Feats of Clay has grown to include schools from Watertown and the North Country to Binghamton and the Southern Tier as well. In addition to the high school competition, Feats of Clay has grown to now include a scored exhibition that recognizes high school students that demonstrate excellence in the area of ceramics. 

    FOC Registration Link

     

    Feats of Clay is supported by the Everson Museum of ArtClayscapes PotteryThe Independent Potters Association.

  • 35th Competition is back! Friday, May 3rd, 2024 at the Everson Museum of Art!

     

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History of Feats of Clay


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  • Student Exhibition

    The Feats of Clay Art Exhibit is one of a kind, the only all-ceramic show in the area! This year's opening reception will be on April X, 2024 from 5-7pm at the Everson Museum of Art.


    Check out the Art Show page for more details. 

  • Exhibition photo


  • Competition

    On Friday, May 3rd 2024, over 25 participating schools will converge at the Everson Museum of Art for the competition. 

    Events:                                              

    • Cylinder Stack
    • Mug Production
    • No Hands Throw
    • Blindfold Throw
    • Pot Put
    • Highest Coiling

    Click here for the schedule and rules


    These events have been student favorites for years. Teamwork and sportsmanship are imperative and the school that wins the days events are presented with the trophy by the previous year's winners. They will house the trophy for the year and add something significant to it. 

    The event is hosted by Clayscapes Pottery and is returning to the Everson Museum of Art.


    Click here for a list of current participating schools. 

    If you would like your school to participate all you have to do is contact: Lindsey Stehle at lstehle@cssdapps.org

     

    Click the map above for directions to the Everson Museum of Art. 

Picture of the whole art competition outside