Roadrunner Ceramics started in 2016 serving the San Antonio and Central Texas clay communities. We’re here to fulfill all needs pertaining to ceramics, pottery, supplies or equipment. We not only supply the materials, but also the expertise and camaraderie needed to produce great pottery.
Our Throw Local Campaign is all about serving the needs of the area’s clay community. We ask that you always think of us when you need supplies, guidance or expertise. We’re here for you!
Attention: New Covid-19 Store Policy After careful consideration of the current alarming spike in Corona-virus cases in San Antonio and Bexar County, and without clear and consistent guidance from public officials, Roadrunner Ceramicswill close for the next few weeks, beginning July 13, 2020. We’ll continue to evaluate the public health situation, and will reopen as soon as it appears prudent, when daily cases cease to grow exponentially and when hospitals begin to improve from their current “severe stress” status. We apologize for any inconvenience, but feel it is unacceptable to put our staff and customer’s health at risk in these unprecedented times. We’ll continue to fulfill online orders by mail, and will respond to emails and phone messages as quickly as possible.
Be sure to keep checking here for our latest announcements about events, activities, new products and other news!
Stay well, make beautiful art, and wash your hands! Good luck!
Classes and Workshops
The Simon Leach Workshop has been postponed due to the ongoing coronavirus epidemic, and will be rescheduled as soon as this developing situation allows. Stay tuned.
Fong Choo – The Art of the Teapot Jun 22 – 26 (all week) 10 am – 4 pm The Fong Choo Workshop has now been postponed. We’ll refund any reservation payments. We’ll reschedule as soon as possible. We are doing our best to adapt to a very difficult situation!
A Raku Firing
Try your hand at Raku in a friendly, easy firing event for the advancing ceramicist. We’ll give your basic instructions, and you’ll create 3 beautiful Raku pieces using American Raku with trashcan reduction. June 17, 2020, 10 am to 12 noon.
We’ve put together a neat kit with everything you need to create three sgraffito-decorated earthenware plates, a fun and artistic project for kids and adults looking for something interesting to do during coronavirus shelter-at-home. Get yours today!
Explore the Japanese Wabi-Sabi Aesthetic centered on asymmetry, simplicity, economy and intimacy. A laid-back workshop for any level ceramicist. You’ll work with black Cassius Basaltic clay and opalescent glaze in a once-fired process, creating three beautiful vessels.