New! Hand Building Courses

Try an 8 week hand building pottery course at Mud Matters
Classes begin this week!

Thursdays, January 18–March 8th

12–2pm taught by Richard Stauffacher
6:30–8:30pm taught by David Hollingsworth

Register now »

Holiday Party & Sale

Celebrate the season with Mud Matters. Pick up some one-of-a-kind, handmade gifts!

Party: Friday, December 8th, 5:30–8:30pm
Sale: In the gallery all of December

Oktoberfest at La Mano

Friday, October 20th, 5:30–8:30 pm
at La Mano Pottery
110 West 26th Street, NYC

Don’t miss our sister studio’s annual Oktoberfest party and sale! Choose from a huge selection of handmade mugs, cups, and steins, fill it up with beer (or root beer), and enjoy. Hope to see you there!

Flier design: Julie Hirschfeld

Pottery Boot Camp

A one-day intensive workshop with master potter David Moldover

Monday, October 9, 2017
at Mud Matters (46th St and 10th Ave) 11:30 am–5 pm

Break out of your comfort zone and bump up your throwing skills.

Join a small group of experienced wheel throwers in our private studio for a series of throwing exercises designed to improve your mastery on the potters wheel.

Cost: $75. Must have one year wheel experience. Limited availability. Register online here »

*Special price for current students/studio potters at La Mano Pottery and Mud Matters: $60. Register »

NOTE: Pieces made during this workshop are for practice only and will not be fired or saved.

Fall Courses

Check out our fall schedule of eight-week wheel and hand building courses. You can then register online.

We also offer introductory hand building and wheel workshops, and individual or group private lessons (please call for info on private lessons).

Meet Mud Matters

Mud Matters video from Macaco studio

Grand Opening

We hope you can join us to celebrate the grand opening of Mud Matters!
Friday, March 3, 6–8:30pm

On January 1, we took over and remodeled the former home of Mud Sweat and Tears, a 35 year old ceramic studio in Hell’s Kitchen. Renamed Mud Matters, the studio has a wonderful community of talented artists and students. In taking on this new business, we are committed to helping it thrive and to grow—and also to exploring more ways to promote ceramics in NYC.

Powered by WordPress & Theme by Anders Norén