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Mighty Mud’s story

Barron Hall purchased Mighty Mud in March 2013. It moved from its Sutherland Ave location and, fittingly, opened at a new location on McCalla Ave on April 1st, 2013. This year Mighty Mud will be moving to a new, larger and climate controlled location on Central Ave across from Magpies Bakery. Barron’s goal with Mighty Mud is to be a self sustaining artist community where cultivation of ideas and studio practice come together with rewarding results. Mighty Mud strives to offer affordable space and services to local artists in many different mediums.

Along with the rebranding of the website, Mighty Mud has two new ventures in the works for 2016. In addition to the big move, Mighty Mud plans to launch a new glaze mixing site, Mighty Mud Mixer and also begin offering a resident artist position. These two new ventures are scheduled to launch at our booth at the National Clay Conference, this year in Kansas City.

In the News

Creating meaningful crafts, recycling old materials drive surge of classes in East Tennessee

October 9, 2015

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Get Your Craft on in Knoxville

August 26, 2015

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Mighty messy and mighty creative– that’s Mighty Mud

December 26, 2013

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Artists in the News

Built by Hand: An Interview with Clay Artist, John McRae

June 07, 2015

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Essence: The Sculpture of John Malcolm McRae

February 11, 2015

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Raku at Mighty Mud

September 13, 2014

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