Delhom Service League
Celebrating the remarkable ceramic artists of today, Building on tradition and Embracing the past.
The Delhom Service League is the ceramics affiliate of The Mint Museum. Members enjoy the camaraderie of a group that shares an interest in the ceramic arts while expanding their knowledge and supporting the ceramics collection of The Mint. Other benefits of membership include participation in ‘members only’ travel opportunities and social events.
It was organized in 1972 by Mellanay Delhom, who came to the Mint with her historical collection in 1967. Our mission is to create and nurture interest in ceramics, from ancient to contemporary. Over the past 40 years the focus of the group has expanded but the mission remains the same. Today the league presents nationally and internationally known speakers such as curators, educators, ceramic artists and other experts in the field of ceramics. It offers trips and tours to museums and private collections, as well as focused ceramic studies, many of which are free and open to all.
Delhom Service League has funded the acquisition of numerous objects for the Museum’s collection and has funded catalogues for ceramics exhibitions. It also makes contributions to the acclaimed Delhom-Gambrell Reference Library for the decorative arts.
The signature fundraising event is Potters Market at the Mint. This year it is planned for September 26, 2020. Since 2005 the event has delighted ceramics collectors and pottery fans alike with the opportunity to get to know dozens of North Carolina potters. The event showcases the depth and breadth of ceramics in what has become known as The Pottery State.
For membership inquiries and other information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 704.337.2021.
View the Delhom Service League rack brochure and Ceramics Series calendar.
Potters Market at the Mint details can be found at pottersmarketatthemint.com