The Pottery Scene in Cambridge

Published On: Friday, May 6, 2022By Categories: Blog, History, The ArtsTags: , , , , , , ,

Discover Wisconsin visited Cambridge to learn more about the rich history in the arts as part of their Wisconsin Arts & Culture episode.  The team sat down with artist and Clay Collective member Mark Skudlarek from Cambridge Wood-fired Pottery to learn more about the pottery scene in Cambridge.  Spurred by the success of Rowe Pottery Works in the 1970’s, artists flocked to the area to connect, build their own studios and raise families in the area.  They fell in love with the Cambridge are and so will you!

Upcoming Cambridge arts events include Midwest Fire Fest, Cambridge Arts Council’s Concerts in the Park series, Earth, Wood & Fire Artist Tour and so much more!  Here’s a link to all Cambridge/Oakland events!

Carol Sapienza is the board Secretary of the Jefferson County Tourism Council representing Cambridge & Oakland.

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