Cone10 Studios, located at 1080 Morrison Drive, was supposed to close up shop earlier this year, according to one of Cone10’s owners, Susan Gregory. Good news pottery lovers — Cone10 is holding strong at its current location, after the sale of the building recently fell through.
Cone10 Studios hosts One80 Place fundraiser, Empty Bowls, Fri. Feb. 24: Breaking bread
Cone10 Studios hosts One80 Place fundraiser, Empty Bowls, Fri. Feb. 24
Cone10 Studios combines their art — pottery, namely — with a good cause at their annual Empty Bowls event, which raises money for One80 Place, a local homeless shelter. On Fri. Feb. 24 from 6-8 p.m., enjoy a meal of soup and bread prepared by Celia Cerasoli and Fiorenzo Berardozzi served in handcrafted ceramic bowls created and donated by Charleston potters. Tickets are $45 and can be purchased at Cone10 Studios, located at 1080 Morrison Drive.
By Connelly Hardaway
Cone10 will hold their annual holiday show and sale on Fri. Dec. 1 (details still TBD). And Gregory also assures us that Cone10 will start class sessions again in January. Stay up to date with the little clay studio that could by following their Facebook.