Forty-two people attended a demonstration of clay hand-building techniques led by longtime local potter Sarah Scholfield at the Newport Visual Arts Center’s new pottery studio earlier this month.

“I got a great sense of people’s desire to learn from each other,” said Chasse Davidson, VAC director. The VAC pottery studio sponsored the event, which was organized by the newly formed Pacific Pottery Guild.

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