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FPM Exhibits and Events


Roger Corn: Folk Art Pottery
May 4 - Nov 3, 2023

The Folk Pottery Museum of Northeast Georgia is proud to present its latest featured exhibit, Roger Corn: Folk Art Pottery which opens on May 4. The exhibit will be on display until November 3, 2023.

Roger Corn, born and raised in Hall County, currently works out of his home shop in Lula, GA. Corn did not begin turning on the wheel until his thirties when he began working for production pottery businesses like Crocker Pottery and later, Ferguson Family Pottery.

Although Corn was originally trained in gardenware pottery, he began potting on his own in the mid 1990s and began to think of his work in aesthetic terms. Come see how his work has evovled at the Folk Pottery Museum.


The Pottery of Whelchel Meaders
Oct 8, 2021 - April 4, 2022

Women of Georgia Folk Pottery (Born 1950s - today)
April 4 - Oct 3, 2022

Foxfire Museum Exhibit
Oct 4 - Oct 16, 2022

Clint Alderman: A Modern Folk Potter
Nov 4 - May 1, 2023



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

Pottery Classes

Folk Pottery Museum recommended in the travel website

Little Known Appalachian Towns You Should Absolutely Visit

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