Pottery Associations & Events
PotteryLovers.org - The official site of The Pottery Lovers Reunion. One of the oldest and largest gatherings of American Art Pottery collections, dealers, and enthusiasts. The Reunions is highlighted by educational events, social gatherings, show and tells, and pottery auctions. Held in early July each year in Zanesville, Ohio.
AAPA.info - The official site of the American Art Pottery Association. The AAPA holds an annual convention each year April that includes educational events, a pottery show and auction. The AAPA also publishes a scholary journal on American Art Pottery six times a year. The site changes from year to year. Past locations include: Cleveland, Ohio and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
ColumbusPottery.com - The home page of the Columbus Pottery Show & Auction. Held each October, the show and auction is a weekend event with the auction held on Friday evening and the show Saturday and Sunday. Dealers from across the country attend the show and everything from common to unique pots are available at the live auction.
HullPotteryAssn.org -The homepage of The Hull Pottery Association. Their goal is to preserve and promote Hull Pottery and its heritage and educate its collectors. They also recognize and honor the work and dedication of Hull employees who contributed in the design, production, and sale of Hull Pottery. The HPA holds an annual convention in Crooksville, Ohio each July and often holds regional conventions around the country.
McCoyPotteryCollectorsSociety.org - Dedicated to the service of McCoy pottery collectors everywhere. The society is made up of collectors of all ages from new to experienced, and all have a simple desire to share the experience of collecting McCoy Pottery with other collectors.
RedwingCollectors.org - The official site of the Red Wing Collectors Society (RWCS). The RWCS is 30 years old, making it one of the oldest and largest collecting groups in the Nation. RWCS hold yearly conventions and publishes a newsletter.
Old Antique Pottery.info - Here you will find information about marks, helpful pictures, a forum / community to share your knowledge or ask questions, pages to identify pottery and much more!