Local Metal Clay Groups
This page contains links to the websites of local metal clay groups around the world. Some of these meet occasionally for show and tell, general networking and sharing. Others meet on a regular basis and organise metal clay workshops and talks especially for their members. Some of the groups on this page have websites so there are links to them. If they don't have a website, there is contact information for the group.
If you run a metal clay group for your local community, let us know using the contact page.
An association made up of skilled professional, semi-professional and student artisans joined together for learning, sharing and challenging ourselves regarding our creative interests and abilities.
The link is a Facebook page. The Greater Boston Metal Clay Chapter is a group of metal clay artisans of all skill levels gathering monthly to share new techniques, discuss metal clay products, share ideas, and most importantly have some fun! We meet at All Saint's Episcopal Church, 79 Central Street, Stoneham, MA. During chapter meetings a new technique will be demonstrated, we will share new ideas and tips, and discuss current projects. Meetings are generally the 4th Sunday of each month from 1:00 to 5:00.
Otherwise known as MAGIC had it's inaugural meeting on Sunday, January 15, 2012. It was an exciting meeting and they are looking forward to building a strong and vibrant organization promoting metal clay in CT and Southern New England. Email Lis-el Crowley for more details. Visit their Facebook page here.
Meeting Place: Reinemeyer Studio, 2550 26th St.West, Bradenton FL
When: 3rd Sundays, each month, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
PMC Guild - Kansas City Chapter - Asheville, Weaverville, NC
Contact this chapter of the PMC Guild, PO Box 1851, Weaverville, NC 28787
Southern Arizona Alchemists PMC Guild - Tucson, AZ
We are the local chapter of the PMC Guild of Tucson, AZ- The Southern Arizona Alchemist. Our Guild includes metal clay artisans of all skill levels and we strive to encourage and educate our members and the general public. We welcome everyone interested in metal clay to our monthly meetings to learn about this magical material.
This open group on Facebook is about everything happening in metal clay across Europe.
Open Facebook group to share metal clay images, your work and ask questions. You must be a member of Facebook to join.
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.
Metal Clay Now on Facebook (requires a Facebook account) 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.