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Exhibits and Events


The Men Won't Tell Us Anything
Jan 22 - July, 2021

The Folk Pottery Museum of Northeast Georgia is proud to present a new temporary exhibit featuring women folk potters of Northeast Georgia. The exhibit is entitled "The Men Won't Tell Us Anything": Women of Georgia Folk Pottery (Born 1890 - 1940s).

The exhibit highlights the work of Arie Meaders, Grace Nell Hewell, Lin Craven and Marie Rogers. Find out how women in Folk Pottery moved from decorating pieces of pottery to throwing their own jugs, chickens and churns.

This installation is part of a series that will focus on the evolution of women in folk pottery and tell their stories about family, life and folk pottery.

Jeanie Daves of Clarkesville, pottery advocate, shares her experiences of Folk Potters and pottery with museum director Anna Calliham.


Mike Craven Pottery Exhibit
June 22 - Dec 17, 2020


item photo Left: R V (Russell Vann) DELAY (signed using his maker's mark stamp) Jackson (now Barrow) County, ca. 1870

item photo Right: Figural rooster, Edwin Meaders, White County

Folk Pottery Museum recommended in the travel website

Little Known Appalachian Towns You Should Absolutely Visit

ceramic bowl

Nacoochee Mound Native American Bowl

This ceramic bowl was excavated in 1916 by the Smithsonian Institution and the Heye Foundation (Museum of the American Indian) from the Nacoochee Indian mound.

Museum Day

Smithsonian Museum Day at FPM
(see Smithsonian website for date)

The Folk Pottery Museum will participate in Museum Day by offering free admission to visitors presenting a Museum Day Live! ticket. The ticket can be downloaded at the
One ticket is permitted per household, per email address, and provides free admission for two at participating museums for one day only.


bottle tree

Include SNC in your visit

Nestled in the Appalachian foothills of Northeast Georgia, the Sautee Nacoochee Community Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to nurturing creativity and protecting the natural and historical resources of the Sautee and Nacoochee Valleys and surrounding area.

A short video presentation: history of folk pottery in NE Georgia
A short video presentation on the Folk Pottery Show and Sale