Fired Works

17th Annual Fired Works

April 22 – 30, 2022

10am-4pm

Round Building at Central City Park

115 Willie Smokie Glover Dr.

Macon, GA 31201

Fired Works began as a local pottery show and has grown to become the largest exhibit of functional and sculptural pottery in the state of Georgia. Our 2022 Fired Works Featured Artist is Roger Jamison. Roger’s work is primarily fired in a wood burning kiln giving the pieces a unique earthy finish.

SPONSORS

Anagama

Cox Communications

Powers Law Group

 

Kaolin

Atrium Navicent Health

Burgess Pigment Company

Visit Macon

 

Porcelain

McNair McLemore Middlebrooks & Company

Mercer University

Oliver’s Corner Bistro

Stifel

Dr. and Mrs. William L. Tift

Stella and Ken Tsai-Deaton

 

Earthenware

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beeland

Grit Consulting

Jackson Automotive Group

Dr. and Mrs. Homer Nelson

 

Stoneware

BTBB, Inc. – Architects & Planners

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Harper

Dr. and Mrs. Ken Harper

Ingleside Village Pizza

Dr. and Mrs. Emory Johnson

Mrs. William F. Ladson, Jr.

Dr. and Mrs. Doug Morton

Mr. and Mrs. Lee Murphey

Mr. David Portwood

Rescom Cabinets

Dr. and Mrs. John Spiegel

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Talbot

Mrs. John Willingham

Mr. and Mrs. George Youmans

 

Media Partners

13 WMAZ

Cox Communications

Creek Media

Macon Magazine

Macon365

Middle Georgia Black Pages

 

Special Thank You

Big Hair Productions

Elam Alexander Trust

Georgia Council for the Arts

Griffith Family Foundation

Macon-Bibb County Parks & Recreation

Mary Pinson

COVID-19 Update

Macon Arts Alliance cares about the health and safety of our employees, artists, and patrons. We will be following CDC and government guidelines regarding cleaning and physical distancing during Fired Works. The admission fee of $5 has been eliminated to reduce contact, but a suggested donation of $5 at checkout is appreciated.

We respectfully ask that patrons who have fever, cough or are not feeling well take advantage of our Fired Works Online Store. The online store offers curbside pick up at the Round Building during Fired Works hours or after the event at the Gallery at 486 1st Street, Monday – Friday from 10 am – 4 pm. Shipping and delivery options are available for an additional fee.