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Tucson Clay Co-Op: Molding Tucson’s Artisans

This week, Community Spotlight Host Frank Powers pays a visit to Tucson Clay Co-Op, which provides affordable studio space for clay artists, clay parties, and classes for adults and children. Frank gets his clay play on while talking to founder Maxine Krasnow and some of the satisfied members of the co-op.

For more on the Tucson Clay Co-Op, check out their website at TucsonClayCo-Op.com.


Community Spotlight is a video series where we visit thriving local businesses and explore their day-to-day operations, their mission, and the extraordinary ways in which they develop relationships with their employees and the surrounding community. Vantage West is proud to sponsor this series in our mission to invest in the local community, so we can all thrive together.

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