Ceramic arts center relocates to Lisle, hosts grand reopening
LISLE – Lisle residents will now have the opportunity to use their hands to create cups, plates, sculptures and other ceramics at a new art center.
Previously located in Warrenville, ClaySpace Ceramic Arts Center will host its grand opening celebration this weekend at its new location, 740 Front St. in Lisle.
“We are not a paint-your-pot type of place,” said Lee Ristow, director of development and a resident artist with ClaySpace since 2007. “If you really wanted to try ceramics, this is the place to try it. There is such a wide variety of styles and techniques, if you can’t find something you like, I’d be amazed.”
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