Sedona AZ (January 23, 2013) – Last December, Loving Bowls drew in over 500 people who lined up to get their unique handmade bowls and chili. The charitable event supports three deserving local nonprofits. On January 10, 2013 Vince Monaci of Sedona Food Bank, John Tamiazzo of Sedona Community Center and Dennis Ott of the Ceramics Department at Sedona Arts Center were presented with checks by Pam Frazier, Executive Director of Sedona Arts Center.
Each year, Sedona Arts Center opens its doors to ceramicists, potters, locals and visitors alike to participate in the creation of bowls for this event. Special thanks goes out to the generous individuals with ceramics experience who volunteered their skills and time. Through donations to the event, Sedona Arts Center’s Ceramics Department has been able to provide all clay, glazing and firings. Each year they aspire to create over 800 bowls and 50 silent auction items.
If you have questions or wish to volunteer for this coming year’s event on December 14, 2013, please contact Dennis Ott firstname.lastname@example.org, 928-282-3809 (Ceramics Studio) or 928-284-0007.
The Sedona Arts Center and Ceramics Studio is located at the corner of State Route 89A and Art Barn Road at the north end of Uptown Sedona – on the right just before you enter Oak Creek Canyon. For information on classes or exhibits, call 928-282-3809 or visit our website: SedonaArtsCenter.org