The Hull Pottery Association (HPA) was founded in 1993 with the mission to preserve, educate, and promote Hull Pottery, its collectors, and its heritage. The Hull Pottery Association will support and promote the collection of Hull Pottery by soliciting new memberships, conducting shows and sales on a regional and national basis, and identifying and strengthening relationships with antique dealers who prominently show and sell Hull Pottery. – hullpotteryassociation.org
In August, 1999 seventeen interested pottery collectors met at the home of Mark & Marie Latta to discuss the idea of a pottery club. That first get-together produced the Iowa Art Pottery Association. IAPA is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the aesthetic appreciation of art pottery. IAPA brings people together who share a common love for art pottery. A newsletter is printed quarterly with featured articles, insights and event updates. – iowaartpottery.com
The North Dakota Pottery Collectors Society is an organization, which was created to enhance collecting interest in the types of pottery made in North Dakota.
Pottery products utilizing North Dakota clay were produced during the twentieth century by a number of enterprising companies, federal programs for North Dakota and the School of Mines Ceramics Department at the University of North Dakota. – ndpcs.org/
Join us in July in Zanesville, Ohio, the pottery capitol of the world, for our annual gathering of pottery collectors and dealers to show, sell and buy American Art Pottery. Collectors and dealers set up in their rooms as early as the weekend before the official activities to show and sell pottery. Meet other collectors, dealers and authors of pottery books and learn more about your favorite pottery. – potterylovers.org
The Red Wing Collectors Society (RWCS) is truly unique and not like any other you may have belonged to. The RWCS offers its members a way to share their passion for collecting the pottery made in Red Wing, MN. – redwingcollectors.org
Dedicated to promoting an awareness and appreciation of ceramic surfaces in the United States. The Foundation serves the need for a historical perspective regarding all ceramic surfacing materials, both past and present. – tileheritage.org