Baltimore Clayworks is a not-for-profit community ceramic art organization in Mt. Washington in Northwest Baltimore founded in 1980. The Provincial House (Gallery Building,) a 1890s historic stone building used as a convent and one of the landmarks in Mt Washington Village, houses exhibition galleries, retail space, meeting space and administration, and the gallery space on first floor and the meeting room on the second floor are available for special event rental. This 7000 foot gallery space on first floor is divided into eight rooms ranging in size and dedicated to rotating exhibitions of contemporary locally, nationally, and internationally known functional and sculptural ceramic artists. It can hold a maximum of 140 for a stand-up reception (and 70 comfortably seated throughout the galleries.) Also, our front lawn is available for additional gathering space, and you have an access to the kitchen for simple prep work by caterer or host. On the second floor, we have a meeting room available for 15 people comfortably with a table and 25+ people for a lecture. It is accessible to persons with impaired mobility, except for the second floor. Our facility is most suitable for receptions, dinners, small parties, and meetings. If you have never been to our gallery before, please come by and take a look at the space and see if it is sufficient for your event, or please join us for the opening receptions and other public events. Some photos are available on our Facebook page so that you can get an idea of what the space may look with guests.
Please visit www.baltimoreclayworks.org