Join Crystal Hanna in-person for an opportunity to create your own unique piece of pottery to take home. Supplies will be provided, no experience necessary! In-person attendance will be limited for the health of everyone.
Crystal Hanna is a ceramic artist and an enrolled member of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma. She apprenticed under master potter and Cherokee National Treasure, Anna Belle Sixkiller Mitchell. She continues to honor Anna’s legacy by teaching and sharing Southeastern/Mississippian traditional pottery and culture with students across the nation.
Crystal’s work has won awards at major art shows including the Heard Museum Indian Fair & Market, Red Earth, The Eiteljorg Museum’s Indian Market and Festival, and the prestigious Santa Fe Indian Art Market. Her work is in the collection of numerous museums and private collections around the globe.
Eiteljorg Members: $20
Non-members/general public: $25
Pre-registration is required. Register here.
Free parking is available in the White River State Park garage. Make sure to bring your ticket and check in with the admissions desk!