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Calendar of Events 2024

    Saturday, April 6 • 5pm-9pm
    Gallery Night

    Featured Exhibit: The Golden Hour by Kyle Martin

    Meet + Greet with the Kyle Martin: 5pm-7pm
    Brewery Pottery Open: 10am-9pm

    Come early, stay late! Kyle is interested in observing and painting the effect of light falling on the landscape. His work is created outdoors, painted en plein air, taking direct inspiration from the subject. Kyle’s painting endeavors have taken him to France, the Netherlands, Italy, and across the United States. He was chosen to paint on the grounds of Frank Lloyd Wright’s masterpiece, Taliesin, for two months during the centennial celebration. By using color to show atmosphere he will often return to the same location to capture different moods of the same scene. His luminous paintings are created with active brushwork and broken color. 

    Show runs through the end of May.


    Thursday, May 16 • 8pm
    Laura Gibson "Living Room Tour"

    Concert INSIDE the gallery at Brewery Pottery!
    (Purchase tickets here)

    Doors Open 7pm || 
    Concert 8pm-9:30pm

    This will be a private, ticketed event. On May 16th, Brewery Pottery will be open 10am-5pm, like normal. Then, we'll close up the gallery at 5pm and unlock the doors again at 7pm for the show. You'll need a ticket to get in. 
    Doors open at 7pm, the show starts at 8pm, and will run roughly until 9:15-9:30. The show will be inside the gallery at Brewery Pottery.
    All tickets must be purchased online via Untertow Ticketing prior to the show. No tickets will be available at the door. There are 50 tickets available. Chairs will be provided. Please bring your own beverages if you plan on being thirsty. No beverages will be provided. Merch will be available so you can definitely get something signed if you want!

    About The Musician:

    Laura Gibson is an internationally acclaimed multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter and producer, born and raised in the small Oregon logging town of Coquille. Gibson began performing songs for patients at hospice homes prior to writing her first extended play and releasing her debut album, If You Come to Greet Me in 2006. She collaborated with The Decemberists's drummer Rachel Blumberg on the release, as well as on her second album, Beasts of Seasons.
    Her seventh, and most recent album Goners is a meditation on grief and empathy which The Fader described as, "so incessantly beautiful that one cannot help but want to gently crack it open to get to its beating core.” 
    Both literary and raw, with a love of traditional folk music and a bent toward experimentation, Gibson has toured four continents and had the distinct honor of performing the very first NPR Tiny Desk Concerts in 2008. The concept for the Tiny Desk Concerts was conceived following one of her concerts that NPR music journalists Stephen Thompson and Bob Boilen attended. When they were unable to hear her performance over the noise of the crowd, Boilen and Gibson arranged for her to perform at his desk at the NPR office, and it subsequently evolved into a recurring feature. She would later reappear again at the 200th Tiny Desk Concert.

    Private Event. Tickets Required. Please purchase tickets prior to concert. No tickets will be available at the door.


    Saturday, June 1 • 5pm-9pm
    Gallery Night

    Featured Exhibit: Open Loops by Josh Crook

    Meet + Greet with Josh : 5pm-7pm
    Brewery Pottery Open: 10am-9pm

    Come early, stay late, and enjoy a new exhibit of original paintings by local artist Josh Crook. Crook's focus is to create art that depicts change and transformation of matter. He states, "I'm fascinated, in particular, with how time is involved in aesthetics. Regardless of other variables, time and timing are powerful. My work tends to look as if objects are exploding or imploding, contracting or expanding, separating or mixing, being created or getting destroyed. I want my paintings to seem in motion or ‘on the way’ to something. This can often be achieved by working quickly and intuitively."

    Open Loops runs through the end of July.


    Thursday, June 13 • 5pm-8pm
    Mineral Point Museum Night

    Brewery Pottery will be showcasing our Brewery History Museum, giving tours of the first floor, and talking to visitors about the history of the building with a focus on 1850-1961 when the building was an active brewery.

    Visitors will be given a complimentary Mineral Point ornament as a souvenir from their Museum Night 2024 experience. Free to the public. All are welcome.


    Saturday, August 3 • 5pm-9pm
    Gallery Night

    Featured Exhibit: TBA

    Meet + Greet with artist: 5pm-7pm
    Brewery Pottery Open: 10am-9pm

    Come early, stay late, and enjoy a night of bonus late night shopping!

    Show runs through the end of September.


    Friday-Sunday, October 18, 19 & 20 • 10am-6pm
    Fall Art Tour

    The third full weekend each October, some of Wisconsin's best-known artisans open their studios, allowing visitors a unique, behind-the-scenes view into how their work is created. At Brewery Pottery, you'll find Diana and Tom doing demonstrations all weekend on the wheel, the slab-roller, and at the worktable explaining hand building techniques.

    Learn more about the Fall Art Tour!


    Saturday, November 9 • 3pm-7pm

    Ornament Making Night at Brewery Pottery

    Come celebrate the holiday season by making your own personalized clay ornament to take home! Please join us at Brewery Pottery, where we'll be bringing back one of our favorite seasonal Gallery Night traditions - Clay Ornament Making Night!

    How it works: We supply the clay and tools. You make a personalized ornament. We fire it. Then, you pick up your free, unique ornament at Brewery Pottery at the following Gallery Night (December 7) just in time for holiday decorating and gift giving!


    Saturday, November 30 • 10am-6pm
    Small Business Saturday  + Holiday Open House

    Please join us at Brewery Pottery, where we're celebrating the start of the holiday season with extended shopping hours on Small Business Saturday. We'll also be featuring a bowl giveaway. Drawing will be open all weekend (Friday-Sunday) and we'll draw one name from a hat on Sunday night to win the bowl. 


    Saturday, December 7 • 5pm-9pm

    Gallery Night & Candlelight Shopping

    Featured Exhibit: To Be Announced Soon

    Meet + Greet with the artist: 5pm-7pm
    Brewery Pottery Open: 10am-9pm

    Brewery Pottery will be open all day with open extended open hours until 9pm on December 7th. Gallery Night & Twinkling Luminaria 5pm-9pm
    Come early, stay late!

    December Gallery Nights are always such a magical scene. The downtown is decorated with festive garland and the streets are lined with luminaria. We've often heard people say it feels like a "Dickens Christmas Scene". We couldn't agree more - it really does feel that way!

    At the brewery, we line our driveway up and down with luminaria and enjoy the festive nature of the night. The building looks so pretty at light with the tiny lights and it's a great kick off to holiday shopping. This year, if you attended our November "Ornament Making Night" you're also able to pick up your free clay ornament you created on this night. 

    Show runs through the end of the year