Join us!

Celebrate Michigan Ceramics 2024 from September 27 through October 31st. The biennial exhibition and competition features work submitted by MCAA members and Michigan-related ceramicists. Prizes will include sponsor awards, 10 cash awards, and hand-made ceramic trophies from George Rodriguez!

Entries close at midnight tonight. Β We have already received a record number of entries — it’s going to be a great exhibition!

Artists accepted into the show will be notified by August 1.

Stay tuned for more information about the amazingly talented winners of our competition, the exhibition, and the workshops, exhibits and talks by George Rodriguez all across the state!

See the event page for more details.

Hosted by:
Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center
1516 S. Cranbrook Rd.
Birmingham, MI 48009

with juror
George Rodriguez

September 27th to
October 31st, 2024

Building the Michigan Clay Community

MCAA offers exhibitions, conferences, workshops and other learning and networking opportunities to it’s membership, as well as scholarships to assist students with education expense.

Michigan Ceramics Exhibition

Michigan Ceramics juried exhibition is one of the few U.S. exhibitions of its caliber operated entirely by artists. This biennial exhibition and competition showcases the excellence of ceramic art and its diversity across the state of Michigan and neighboring states.

Michigan Mud Conference

Michigan Mud is a conference offered every 2 years by the Michigan Ceramic Association. This biennial conference features a nationally known keynote speaker in addition to demonstrations and lectures from regional ceramic artists.

Educational Scholarships

MCAA awards scholarships to encourage students currently enrolled at a post-secondary institution within the state of Michigan to further their ceramics education.

Established in 1958 as the Michigan Potters’ Association, MCAA has grown to a statewide organization of over 300 members. Our membership includes studio artists, art educators, galleries, art organizations, potters’ guilds, students and collectors.