Our Merch shop is closed. We have a few wearable options in the gallery until our shop opens up again.

Fall clay classes are open for registration. Classes run September 9 - November 15, 2024.

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Maine Prairie Studio is the pottery studio of Megan and JD Jorgenson, located in Kimball, Minnesota. Our studio's mission is to nurture creativity and elevate the ceramic arts through community education for rural Minnesotans. Additionally, we support local, regional and national artists through internships, apprenticeships, retreats and residencies.

Residencies at Maine Prairie Studio are one to three months in length and run year round. The residency provides the opportunity for focused time for studio work, with access to equipment, tools, glazes and kilns. 

Residencies:

  • Residencies at Maine Prairie Studio are one to three months in length and are available throughout the year.
  • The residency offers a dedicated period for studio work, providing equipment, tools, glazes, and kilns.
  • It includes a semi-private studio area with 24-hour access, accommodation, access to electric, gas, and wood firings, as well as opportunities for exhibitions, teaching, and sales, depending on experience and availability.
  • The residency fee is $800 per month, covering studio usage and accommodation. Residents are responsible for materials and firing costs. Financial aid is available based on need.

To apply:

  • Visit our website to complete and submit an application.

  • For internships, apprenticeships and residencies beginning in September 2024, the application deadline is June 1, 2024.
  • For retreats, residencies, and apprenticeships starting in May 2025, the application deadline is February 1, 2025.

For additional information, contact JD and Megan Jorgenson at info@maineprairiestudio.com or 320.309.1529

About us

Maine Prairie Studio is the pottery studio of Megan and JD Jorgenson, located in Kimball, Minnesota. Our studio aims to nurture creativity and elevate the ceramic arts through community education for rural Minnesotans. Additionally, we support local, regional and national artists through internships, apprenticeships, residencies and retreats.