EPG is moving...

our studio is packed up and in storage

while we work hard to re-open in a new space!


COVID19, as well as numerous other challenges within our old studio, have played a significant role in EPG making a very difficult and extremely emotional decision to vacate our studio home after 68 years of working in the basement of Victoria School.  


In late summer 2020, we moved out of the Victoria School studio space, placing the entire contents of the studio in storage.  With this major disruption, comes excitement for new opportunities and growth in creativity for us and for the Edmonton community.  Victoria School and EPSB have been very good to us over the years and we are grateful for their contribution to our longevity.


We now have a new space that we are preparing to occupy and, hopefully, start up modified operations in the next few months (of course, based on COVID19 safety precautions and guidelines) and when it's safe again to operate at capacity, we are aiming to fulfill our long-held desire to offer more EPG program availability to the local community. 


As far as we are concerned, it can't be soon enough, but a lot of work has to be done yet!  So keep checking back and we will attempt to update our followers as events unfold.


​In the meantime, be kind - these are extraordinary times. Please keep up to date with, and follow, public health guidelines for personal hygiene, wearing masks and social distancing, for your own safety, as well as others.

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?





                               MOVING DAY (Oct 3/2020)                                 

               ALL PACKED UP AND MOVED INTO STORAGE               



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.

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Edmonton, Alberta CANADA 

Tel. 780-426-5642

          Email:  edmontonpottersguild@gmail.com