Mugi was started as a working studio and gallery space in Manhattan in 1983 by three adventurous potters looking to establish a venue to sell their work and make pottery classes available to the population of Upper West Side. Right from the beginning they had great local support and MUGI continues to be a thriving part of the Upper West Side community. The studio was laid out to accommodate pottery classes for adults and children, as well as individual instruction. The gallery space was designed to show and sell functional and one-of-a-kind pottery that could represent the highest possible standards and still be affordable. As they found fitting in the theme of the studio they also invited artists of other mediums, painters, sculptors, photographers and jewelry makers to show their work. Over the years Mugi has become a destination for many people who keep returning to find wedding presents, house warming gifts and pottery for their homes from all over the country and sometimes from all over the world.
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