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Baltimore Clayworks art center is crowdfunding $3K for new gas kiln [VIDEO]

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Ben Freund, resident artist at Baltimore Clayworks. Photo courtesy of Baltimore Clayworks.

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More than 15,000 ceramic pieces are fired each year in the gas kiln at Baltimore Clayworks, the nonprofit ceramic art center in Mount Washington. And for 30-plus years, the Clayworks’ gas kiln has performed admirably.
But now Clayworks needs a new kiln, and is raising $3,000 via Kickstarter campaign for a new gas kiln and the addition of a soda kiln for soda firing, another type of ceramic-making technique.
Donate to Baltimore Clayworks’ Kickstarter campaign.
Watch a video about Baltimore Clayworks:
[kickstarter url=http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/baltimoreclayworks/support-our-kilns-so-our-artists-can-keep-creating width=650]

Companies: Kickstarter

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