Metal Clay Forums and Groups
On this page you'll find information about the various metal clay forums and groups you can join. Links open in a new window.
This open group on Facebook is about everything happening in metal clay across Europe. You must be a member of Facebook to join.
Open Facebook group to share metal clay images, your work and ask questions. You must be a member of Facebook to join.
Closed Facebook group which you can request to join. Lots of downloadable resources as well as being well supported by some of the top metal clay teachers and artists in the world. You must be a member of Facebook to join. They have this mission statement...
Metal Clay Now and its sister sites on Twitter and Pinterest is a non-commercial, brand-neutral meeting place for all aspects of metal clay. By gathering artists, technicians and innovators from around the world, this enterprise will become a rich gathering place that will foster creativity and raise professional standards. Metal Clay Now is not tied to any distributor and welcomes discussion of all forms of metal clay.
Open Facebook group set up by Wanaree Tanner to support people using the Silhouette CAMEO cutting machine with metal clay. You must be a member of Facebook to join.
This metal clay forum has been set up by French metal clay artist Sabine Alienor.
Meteor Clay Forum - French
This forum, primarily in French, is very active. You can ask your questions in German, English and Italian as well as in French. Set up by Meteor Clay.
This group is very active and it's a wonderfully supportive group. Join up and you'll get lots of help and advice on working with metal clay. Search the archive before you ask a question as there's a wealth of information stored in the files.
This video by Patrik Kusac tells you some more about the Yahoo! Metal Clay Group.
This is the overflow group from the one above. It only contains pictures. Artists can set up their own album of work and upload pictures to share with the community. It is a fantastic place to browse if you're looking for inspiration.
There are various local chapters of the PMC Guild and other metal clay groups who have a presence on Yahoo! Groups. It's worth creating a Yahoo! account and searching the Yahoo! Groups page to see if there's a local group in your area.