The Pots-n-Prints mobile studio is unique and has the ability to work with preK-12 students and adults. The mobile studio conducts workshops in printmaking and ceramics. The studio consists of ten potter’s wheels, raku kiln, clay slab rollers, etching press, silkscreen printing press and supplies for the workshops. The potter’s wheels can be adjusted in height to accommodate preK-12 students, senior citizens, and individuals in wheelchairs. Since its inception in 2013, this studio has witnessed the growth in the creation of art by preK-12 students over the years. Due to its ability to adjust to any location, the mobile studio has provided the necessary support for students and teachers from low socioeconomic backgrounds by conducting one-day workshops at various venues in the Southwest and West Texas area. Contemporary and traditional art materials, appropriate for various age groups, are introduced during the workshops. The mobile studio works with at-risk children and youth. The studio crew mentors at-risk students to complete their high school diploma and pursue a college degree before joining the workforce. The benefits of obtaining a high school diploma or a college degree, and its impact to their lifestyle, is shared during the workshops. Photo by Pots-n-Prints.

Additional information


Visual & Film

Contact name

Mario Kiran

Contact address

4901 East University Blvd. Odessa TX 79762

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Phone 2



Public Performance

$1, 000 – $6, 000

School performance

$700 – $5, 000

Workshop fees

$1, 000 – $6, 000

Travel per diem lodging

$700 – $5, 000




Special audiences

Festivals, Hands-on activities, Libraries, People with disabilities, Schools, Seniors

School audiences

Elementary, High, Middle, Pre-K

Venue size

Larger, Medium, Smaller, Unplugged, Very Large

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