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Culture Days will return September 20 – October 13, 2024.

Play with Clay!

Craft Pottery & ceramics Sculpture & installation
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Aurora Cultural Centre

Aurora, ON

Directions: Located at the corner of Church & Victoria Streets. Free parking in the east lot, or on the street. Please make note of posted hours. The Aurora Cultural Centre is an accessible building, with an elevator entrance at the north glass doors.



Offered in English.

Wheelchair accessible and has gender-neutral washrooms.

To inquire in advance of your visit, please call 905 713-1818.


Join members of the Pine Tree Potters' Guild as you learn hand-building from the best. Whether you've worked in the clay medium before, or this is your first time, you'll have an afternoon of hands-on discovery and messy fun. It's perfect interactive event for the whole family.

You'll also discover what it's like when clay hits the wheel, with a demonstration of this process by members of the Guild.

While in the galleries today, enjoy the final day of View from the Pines, a juried group exhibition of fine ceramic new works by over 40 members of the Pine Tree Potters’ Guild. Distinguished juror’s Janna Hiemstra, Executive Director of Craft Ontario and Angelo di Petta, internationally renowned ceramic artist, will assess work according to craftsmanship, excellence of design and originality. Reviewing over 90 submissions, the jury selected 48 pieces of art for the exhibition that reflect fine craftsmanship, excellence of design and originality. All works available for sale.

Docent Brenda Zysman will be on hand to talk about their processes and answer any clay-questions you may have.



Aurora Cultural Centre

At the Aurora Cultural Centre, we believe that arts, culture, and heritage can play a role in changing our world and our community. This is the fabric that deepens our understanding of our shared experience, and creates a more compassionate society.

Since 2010, the Centre has welcomed the community to create and participate in diverse experiences for all ages. Located in a beautifully-restored 1886 schoolhouse, we proudly program four vibrant gallery exhibition spaces, a range of instructional classes for children, teens and adults, an eclectic live music series, special family events, summer arts camps, and offer stunning rental spaces for a unique experience