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Warren MacKenzie: A Potter’s Hands – Fosston, Mn

WArren MacKenzie

September 25, 2015


Location – TBD

Time – TBD

imagesThere will be a reception, workshop and film screening of this artists work.  We hope to get more information for you, shortly.


Here’s a link below to the workshop and showcase that happened in Stephen, Mn earlier this year!

Warren MacKenzie Showcase

Warren MacKenzie Pottery Showcase

Exciting Pottery Event Coming to Stephen!

An exhibit of internationally renowned, 91-yr old, Minnesota potter Warren MacKenzie’s work is being brought to the Art Center in Stephen for a FREE event on Thursday, August 13 from 4:00pm – 8:00pm.  The Arts Center is located next to the Stephen/Argyle school at 500 School St, Stephen, Mn.

Warren MacKenzie throws a bowl. Photo cred: Mark Markley www.pbs.org
Warren MacKenzie throws a bowl. Photo cred: Mark Markley

4:00 to 5:30 –  Mark Lambert will be doing a presentation which will include a slide show and a demonstration of some hand-building methods that will appeal to both the seasoned potter and to the beginner, as well as to those who wish to just “see how it’s done”!


5:30 – Refreshments and a light meal.

6:00 –  Open house reception. Time for anyone to visit with Mark Lambert about the pottery art form and to view the exhibit of Warren MacKenzie’s work.

7:00 – A wonderful documentary screening of the 91-yr. old potter at work in his shop and telling his story in his own words.


imagesThe Warren MacKenzie pottery will be on display at the Stephen Art Center.  On Friday August 14th from 9a – 11a and Monday August 17th from 2p – 4p the Art Center will be open for viewing.

Viewings will also be available by appointment only.  Please be sure to check the signage at the front of the building for further information.

If you have friends from elsewhere with an interest in pottery, please invite them to come! Come for the entire event or as much as works into your schedule!

This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.