Cone 10 Studios offers up artistic space, classes and more (updated)

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Update February 1: Charleston City Paper has followed up with a new post on Cone 10 pottery studio and the Eclectic East Central neighborhood that is calls home.

The article is one part business profile, one part informational session on the developments that have happened in the East Central neighborhood over the past couple of years.

Hop over and take a read to learn more about the new studio and development plans for a potentially up-and-coming area.

First reporting: Cone 10 Studios, recently opened on Morrison Drive, is Charleston's newest working studio and gallery of potters and sculptors featuring affordable and distinctive handcrafted pottery, sculpture, jewelry, handmade paper, and paintings.

The gallery presents member and invitational exhibitions and the studio offers classes in wheelthrowing and clay sculpture as well as studio memberships to advanced ceramicists. Visitors are welcome to tour the studio which is located at 1080-B Morrison Drive.

The Post and Courier's Dottie Ashley has some background on the building, the owners, and the general direction of the gallery; read it here.

You can also stay up to date with all things Cone 10 Studios by keeping up with their blog.