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Club Mud Exhibition and Sale

Club Mud Exhibition & Sale!
Club Mud Exhibition & Sale!May 5 - 7, 2011
Ceramics & Sculpture Building
Georgia Southern University
4000 Forest Drive • (912) GSU.ARTS


Thursday, May 5; 10am - 9pm
Friday, May 6; 10am - 9pm
Saturday, May 7; 10am - 6pm

Cash or Check only!

The Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art is opening it’s doors to the Ceramics Studio to the public for the Club Mud Exhibition & sale where over 100 undergraduate and graduate art students will exhibit and sell their work in porcelain and stoneware ceramics, jewelry, small metals, prints and handmade books.

"Over the years Club Mud has evolved into a three day gallery opportunity for the students," says Jane Pleak, professor of ceramics, "We have such a diverse group of students, the work always varies expanding creative offerings."

Celebrating its 27th year, the Club Mud Exhibition & Sale provides an experience for students to develop as artists. Consistent from year to year is the opportunity for student to exhibit, network with the public and understand the business aspect of being a professional artist. ”Club Mud provides art students a different perspective of creating art – allowing them to exercise their skills in professional practices and customer relations. The university and local community have been our biggest supporters by encouraging our students as they develop their creative talents, evolving and growing into experts of their fields,” says Pleak.

The Club Mud Exhibition & Sale is located in the Ceramics Studio of the Ceramics & Sculpture Building on Georgia Southern University’s campus – 4000 Forest Drive, Statesboro, GA – visitor’s parking is available. Student prices will vary and can only accept cash or check. Club Mud is open Thursday, May 5 and Friday, May 6 from 10am – 9pm and Saturday, May 7 from 10am – 6pm.

Proceeds not only support the Betty Foy Sanders Department of art students, student travel, and the visiting artist program, but local causes such as Food Bank, Humane Society and the American Red Cross.

Thursday, December 8 - Saturday, December 10, 2011

Check out the gallery page - Future Relics Gallery


  1. What a cute postcard, wish I was closer.

  2. Isn't it great. They do such a good job at that school.


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