Home of Classic Kilns and the Annual Woodstoke Festival

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Location: Gulf Coast Kiln Walk site in Holley, Navarre, FL.

2023 kilns firing and the 18th WoodStoke Festival!

Feb. 18, 2023

Potters, Participants, click for schedule!

Pots unload from kilns and displayed to public

Last Year's 17th Annual Woodstoke Festival
Anagama & Ralph H. Phillips Kiln Openings

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Gulf Coast Kiln Walk has built 2 world-class kilns as originally planned in the founding project purpose and now plans to enhance the educational support infrastructure with a new facility that will provide a work space for members, area potters and ceramicists and others. It will also provide Studio and Gallery space devoted to serving the ceramic arts. Please read our Society Newsletter, (May 2022) (click).

The Woodstoke Festival is a free and very popular public event, usually held yearly. Pots from the two very large kilns are unloaded and available for viewing and purchase. Attendees are welcome to help unload the two historical kilns, the Anagama & the Ralph H. Phillips Groundhog Kiln. Videos and Slide shows of the construction, firings and WoodStoke Festival unloadings are on click.

Chris Gustin
Featured artist for the
17th Annual WoodStoke Festival was Chris Gustin, professor Emeritus, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth. Chris will be returning for the 2023 kilns firing and for the 18th WoodStoke Festival! Please read more about Mr. Gustin on the 2022 Festival page (click).

GCKW News Vol. 2 Number 1 (May 2022) Download the Society Newsletter, a printable pdf:
GCKW News Vol. 2 Number 1 (May 2022) (click).

To learn about the Woodstoke Festival sponsors please click this link.

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