The EPG has moved...
the contents of our old studio have now been
relocated to our new home at 8826 - 51 Ave.
We're not open yet, but hope to be soon, when it is safe to do so!
April 20, 2021: The EPG has finally relocated! We are now renovating the space, and will be revitalizing our old furniture and fixtures and reshaping our programming to eventually increase our membership, as well as working on adding publicly accessible programs...all while keeping within COVID protocols. There is still much to do, but once we are ready and the COVID guidelines permit us to open safely, we will reopen our Guild to begin the next chapter of our cultural and historic adventure.
EPG Fundraiser: Since COVID has prevented us from carrying on with our normal pottery making and instruction for the past year, we haven't been able to generate revenue through member fees or The EPG Annual Show & Sale which is our major fundraiser each year. With our inability to operate during the pandemic, we continued to have expenses but no revenue sources since March 2020, the relocation funds we had been saving over many years, are quickly being consumed. To help us meet this huge relocation challenge, an EPG Fundraising campaign has been set up to support the renovation work in our new facility so we are able to reopen and continue to share this craft with our community.
On the move from the AXE
AXE building owners
for providing a safe
temporary home for
the EPG studio contents.
Help us relocate, renovate & reopen by visiting...
Moving into our new
Eager Beaver Moving
who took great care of
our studio pieces!
In the meantime, be kind - these are extraordinary times. Please GET VACCINATED, and follow public health guidelines for personal hygiene, wearing masks and social distancing, for your own safety, as well as others.
MOVING DAY (Oct 3/2020) ALL PACKED UP AND MOVED INTO STORAGE
Adrienne Lamb, Rick Bremness
CBC News · Posted: Nov 01, 2019 1:56 PM MT
They've been around since 1952, people wait years to get in, and once they've got a spot they stay for decades.
Why are so many people looking to get their hands dirty at the Edmonton Potters' Guild?
FIRING CREATIVITY SINCE 1952
Since 1952, the Edmonton Potters Guild has given inspiring students and full fledged artists a home to create, share ideas and produce art with some amazing results. Visit our Facebook page for events, notices and all things pottery OR read about our history by selecting the "History of the Guild" tab, to learn more about us.