Published: 7/16/2020 11:11:33 AM
MAxT Makerspace’s effort to provide a new home for the region’s potters took a big leap forward this month, with the awarding of $62,500 in tax credits from New Hampshire’s Community Development Finance Authority (CDFA) that it can now sell to local businesses to raise the money required for its proposed Sharing Arts Ceramics Center in Dublin.
The new center is currently planned for opening in 2021 and will provide members with a space to work in a supportive community environment and access to kiln firings on both electric and gas kilns. It will provide the general public a space to take classes with some of the region’s most accomplished ceramicists.
The design of the center was created through a five-month process of in-depth community consultations, including town hall meetings, stakeholder meetings and…