Blue Ridge Potters Guild Student Show


The link for the application to the 2nd (hopefully annual) Blue Ridge Potters Guild Student Show is below. The show and reception will once again be at the Salem Museum. Please note that this year only two submissions per student will be allowed. This is still open to all Middle and High School aged students. Please forward this link to anyone who teaches or creates ceramics that you think would be interested. And finally, please email me with any questions directly... Ingrid Chase  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Important Dates For Potters Guild Student Show

Submission deadline: Friday, February 28th

Notification of Acceptance: Monday, March 9th

Delivery of Work: Work must be arranged to be dropped off March 20 or 21st.

Reception: Friday, April 3rd 5:30-7pm


Blue Ridge Potters Guild Scholarships

The BlueRidge Potter's 2019 Scholarship recipients were:

Eli Boyer from Salem High School,

Natalie Emerson and Sara Arellano from Lord Botetourt High school,

Rose Harvey from Patrick Henry High School,

Teacher Kristie Buchanan from Read Mountain Middle School and

Teacher Jacob Kotchish from William Fleming High School.

Congratulations to all from the BRPG!

Teacher Patty Pope with Eli Boyer, Salem High SchoolTeacher Patty Pope with Eli Boyer, Salem High School.

Natalie Emerson and Sara Arellano, Lord Botetourt High School.

Rose Harvey Doris Patton presenting to Rose Harvey, Patrick Henry High School.

Teacher Kristie Buchanan, Read Mountain Middle School.

 Teacher Jacob Kotchish, William Fleming High School.


The Blue Ridge Potters Guild is proud to offer scholarships to High School and College students, as well as Art Teachers in South West Virginia. Our goal is to provide opportunities for recipients to enhance and enrich their skills and interest in ceramic arts. To apply for a scholarship or to get more information, download the application below


Make your tax deductible contribution to the scholarship program. The BRPG is a 501(c)(3) organization and 100% of all donations go directly to fund scholarships. Donations are fully tax deductible to the extent of the law.

Send a check payable to BRPG with “scholarship” on the memo line  and mail to B. Fowler_BRPG Scholarship, P. O. Box 20762, Roanoke, VA 24018.  You will receive an acknowledgement letter for your records.




Scholarship Photos