The 11th annual Michiana Pottery Tour will be held:

September 24-25, 2022.

Participating Artists

Mark Goertzen

Sam Hostert

Troy Bungart

Lesley Bevan

Steven Kin

Dick Lehman

Lorie Marsh

Britney Smith

Dale Huffman

Sadie Misiuk

Dylan Quakenbush

Alex Paat

Brett Sauve

Anna Szafranski

Tim Kowalczyk

Dow Redcorn

Susan Messer McBride 

Norah Amstutz

Cristal Sabbagh

Jennifer Sue Kaplan

Jesse Woodworth

Julia Whitney Brown

Mark Nafziger

Alec Hoogland

Sarah Anderson

Amy Smith

Levi Yastrow/Carly Connelly

Trevor Daugherty

Isaac and Karina Shue

Steve and Louise Skinner

Anthony Romero

Fuzzy Schwartz

Andrew Linderman

Seth Green

Kim Marcadis

Doug McIndoe

Justin Rothshank

Kyle Guymon

Yesha Panchal

Susan McHenry

Horacio Casillas Jr.

Goshen Clay Artists Guild

Members of the Guild

Tour Map

A map of the tour will be available closer to the event date.

There will be printed maps available at each stop.

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Meredith McGriff

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Commitment to Diversity

The Michiana Pottery Tour is a regional arts tour, highlighting potters working in and around Northern Indiana and Southern Michigan. The tour began in 2012 and continues to grow each year as a collaborative effort among local host potters. The tour has expanded to include some national and international invited guest artists over the years.

As a collective of artists we recognize that the land we host our tour on is the ancestral home of the Potawatomi Nation. The Potawatomi people were stewards of this land for many generations leading up to an unjust treaty in 1828 when the land was taken by the United States Government and the Potawatomi were forcefully removed and relocated. We stand in solidarity against the systemic racial and ethnic discrimination that has been part of our country since it’s inception.

We recognize that, with a founding group of midwestern artists, our tour does not adequately represent the diversity of artists currently working in ceramics, even within our own region. Our goal is to host a tour that continues to provide opportunities for education about the broad field of contemporary ceramics. We will strive to broaden the diversity of artists we represent, and work to promote diversity within our field and our region. This includes making more opportunities for Black, Indigineous, People of Color, and other underrepresented communities and using our financial resources to support BIPOC organizations.